Daily Archives: December 1, 2016

Treefort Music Festival 2017 announces initial lineup

Per usual, there’s a decent dose of local outfits mixed throughout the initial lineup announcement. On March 22-26 of next year, Boise, Idaho’s Treefort Music Festival will branch out into its fifth year. Clap!  

Treefort Music Festival 2017 initial lineup announcement
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Afrosonics
Alanna Royale
Andy Shauf
Anna Tivel
Bijouxx
Billy Changer
Carpenter Brut
Cavegreen
Clap! More good news: The festival http://theknow.denverpost.com/2016/02/11/treefort-announces-full-festival-lineup/113552/113552/
of amazing reveals with a goofy “Anchorman”-meets-“Tim & Eric” announcement video. Flaural, Shady Elders, The Raven & the Writing Desk and The Outfit are just some of the familiar faces you can expect to take Boise come March 2017. Wild Powwers
Wooden Indian Burial Ground
Wrinkles
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Deafheaven
Delicate Steve
Dirty Revival
Dodgy Mountain Men
East Forest
Eilen Jewell
Elvis Depressedly
Emma Ruth Rundle
Flaural
Genders
Ghost of Paul Revere
Great Grandpa
Grouper
The Growlers
Happyness
Hideout
Hillfolk Noir
J & L Defer
Jeffrey Martin
JMSN
Jonathan Richman
Kane Strang
KOLARS
Low Red Land
Lower Dens
Mac Demarco
Marco Benevento
Meat Puppets
Mercy Brown
Navy Gangs
Open Mike Eagle
Panthermilk
Rituals of Mine
SassyBlack
Sculpture Club
Shady Elders
Slow Caves
St. Terrible (and the Gospel of Nothingness)
Stepbrothers
STRFKR
Tag Along Friend
Tango Alpha Tango
The Album Leaf
The Bouncing Souls
The Delines
The Dig
The Growlers
The Infamous Stringdusters
The Outfit
The Raven and the Writing Desk
The Seshen
The Werks
The Western Mystics
Thick Business
This Will Destroy You
Tisper
VCR
WEEED
Weezy Ford
Whiskey Shivers
WHY? Treefort released the first round of its projected 300+ band lineup this morning. Check out the full lineup below. Mac Demarco, STRFRK, The Bouncing Souls, The Growlers and Deafheaven are set to headline.

Neil Diamond coming to Denver for 50th anniversary tour

(Photo by Daniel Petty/The Denver Post)
Neil Diamond is forever in bluejeans, our hearts, and if only for one night next year, on stage in Denver. Writer Laura Keeny had this to say about that show:
…there was a lot of silver hair, several canes, a few appliqued cat vests, pastel capri pants and even dads in stonewashed denim with belt-clip phone holsters. Neil Diamond last played Denver in June 2015 at the Pepsi Center. 5 at 10 a.m. via livenation.com, with an American Express cardholder pre-sale starting on Dec. It was magical. Tickets to Diamond’s latest string of dates go on sale to the general public on Dec. Ticket cost information was not available at press time. The initial 39-show run of dates will kick off in Fresno, Calif.   Neil Diamond performs during his North American Tour at the Pepsi Center May 31, 2015, in Denver, Colorado. on April 7, 2017 and come to Denver’s Pepsi Center on July 21. The anthemic classic rocker announced the North American dates for a brand-new world tour to mark the 50th anniversary of his career. 9 at 10 a.m. And no one even broke a hip. But, most importantly, there were lots of smiles, which is what music is all about. There were also teens and families with kids and 20-somethings sprinkled in.