Day 3 of the Treefort Festival sees some of the best acts all weekend with one of my favorite bands of all time, Built To Spill. My comrade, Keith, and I started the morning out by going to the Main Stage to see In The Shadow Of The Mountain. These guys have a really great rock sound leaning on the edge of psychedelic.
Performing next on the main stage was Tartufi, of the best bands from San Fransico, CA. They have some of the coolest use of vocal loops and a great metal influence to boot.
We then went over to The Linen Building to see one of the best new acts of all weekend with Red Hands Black Feet. It was seriously one of the most fun shows of the entire weekend. They got the crowd into it in a big way.
After having my face rocked off we then ventured off to Neurolux to see Le Fleur. Another great Boise band that is similar to Finn Riggins.
After cutting Le Fleur a little short we jetted over to the Main Stage to see local Portland, OR band, Typhoon.
Typhoon opened up for the headliners Built To Spill on Saturday night.
Afterwards we caught Shades who had some of the chillest vibes, then Teens who had one of the craziest shows I’ve ever been to.
For the Teens show I somehow ended up on the stage and signing for half of a song, so I wasn’t able to snap a whole lot of photos.