The minds behind Treefort Tunes Fest are at it all over again.
So is Yard City, Boise’s progressively hip, evolving little brother.
Duck Club Amusement, the area reserving agency that developed the well-known yearly pageant in Boise, has concocted a different artistic bash.
Flipside Fest, an all-ages “neighborhood tunes and mural competition,” will be held at many Backyard Town venues Sept. 23-25, according to a media release. The 3-day inaugural celebration is “an all-ages, outside, multi-venue festival showcasing 50 area and touring bands, dwell murals by neighborhood artists, and immersive on-foot exploration of Back garden City’s Are living-Get the job done-Make district.”
What will the vibe be like? Eclectic. Inspiring. Enjoyable.
“Super very similar to Treefort,” according to the Flipside internet site, “but like on a mini-scale.”
Flipside will occur at 10 venues. The most important stage will be in Visual Arts Collective’s parking lot. Other places include Barbarian Brewing, Someplace Bar, Press & Pour, Surel’s Put, Roots Zero Waste Market, Vervain Collective, Coiled Wines, Group Sq. Advancement and The Sandbar at the Riverside Resort.
Audio is slated to stop at about 10:30 p.m. just about every night. Just after-events for men and women 21 and more mature will materialize on the Friday and Saturday nights inside Visible Arts Collective and Someplace Bar.
General admission tickets will be $89 setting up at 10 a.m. July 1 at theduckclub.com/flipside-fest. Early fowl passes are $69 and will be readily available only to Duck Club e mail subscribers for 24 several hours commencing at 10 a.m. June 30.
The whole audio lineup and schedule — and solitary-working day tickets — will turn into out there Aug. 2, in accordance to the release.
Supplemental “neighborhood partners” incorporate Surel’s Position, Backyard City Placemaking Fund, City Land Improvement, 34th Avenue Industry, Boise Rock School, Audio Lab Recording Studio, Visionkit Studio and Western Collective.
Held in March every single 12 months — and in slide 2021 for the reason that of the COVID-19 pandemic — Treefort Music Fest provides hundreds of bands to downtown Boise about five times.
Duck Club Enjoyment also is planning Treefort Music Hall, a new midsize, long term audio club in the previous Place of work Depot setting up at 722 W. Wide St. in Boise. That venue is on observe to open up in the first quarter of 2023, according to Treefort co-founder and competition director Eric Gilbert.
This story was initially printed June 27, 2022 10:00 AM.