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  • Writer's pictureJenna King


Treefort 10 is coming up later this month from March 23-27 at locations all around downtown Boise.

Treefort is for all ages, however some of these forts may have adult themes and are not appropriate for children. That said, here is your guide to the top forts you should check out that are not music-related.


If you are looking to relax during Treefort week, Yogafort should be your go-to. This fort is for everyone, all ages and abilities, space is limited and priority goes to Yogafort Badge holders. Yogafort admission is also included in a Treefort Pass.

There is a guided class on March 26 at the Adelmann Building and pop-ups around the fest all week long. Click here for the full Yogafort schedule.


This fort is a weekend-long celebration of the food and food systems local to the greater Boise area. Foodfort Tastes events are ticketed and Foodfort Talks are open to Treefort passholders and the public.

Special guests include Hugh Acheson of Athens, Georgia, Food & Wine’s 2021 Best New Chef Carlo Lamagna and James Beard Award-winning podcast Copper & Heat.


Art enthusiasts have plenty to see right now in downtown Boise. Artfort features emerging and independent artists throughout the festival footprint. Most Artfort events are all ages and open to the public, there are a few 18+ and ticketed events. Forms of art include fine arts, performing arts and public art installations. Click here to learn more about the artists coming during the week of Treefort.


If storytelling is more your speed, Storyfort has you covered. This fort is a unique literary and storytelling event. Storyfort features great writing and compelling narrative. Hosts include authors, poets, journalists, memoirists, podcasters and more. This year, one of the featured panels will highlight the voices of immigrants and farmworkers. There will also be events with the Idaho Prison Arts Collective and the game of TELEPHONE: An International Arts Game.


Finally, if you are looking to give your feet a break from walking all over downtown Boise, Filmfort might be for you. Filmfort offers a diverse selection of screenings and you will have the opportunity to meet the artists in front of and behind the camera.

If feature length films are not your vibe, there are blocks of shorts featuring Boise artists and a compilation of strange little films. All screenings are included in a Treefort Pass or you can just get a Filmfort Pass to enjoy as many movies as you want.

If none of these forts strike your fancy, there are a lot more for you to check out. The Treefort website has all of them listed and you can find a full schedule for the week of Treefort 10 on its website.

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