Midtopia Teams Up with D Tour and Symphonic to Sponsor Cyclops Stage at Treefort Music Fest 2024

Boise ID - Hey everyone! We're stoked to share some exciting news: Midtopia, along with our pals at D Tour and Symphonic, is jumping on board as a sponsor for the Cyclops stage at this year's Treefort Music Fest! Get ready to rock out from March 21st to March 22nd with us in downtown Boise, Idaho.Last year, the Cyclops stage brought the house down at Freak Alley Gallery, and we can't wait to see what's in store this time around.

We will be curating the music on the Cyclops stage on Thursday and Friday of the festival, and all shows on the stage are free to the public and open to all ages. So, bring your friends, your family, and even your grandma – everyone's invited to join the party!We've got an amazing lineup featuring talented artists from all over the map! 

Check out who'll be hitting the stage on Thursday, March 21st, and Friday, March 22nd:

Thursday, March 21st:

James Tutson (Iowa City, IA)

Hector Tellez Jr (Nashville, TN)

Unknown Venus (Chicago, IL)

Buddy Crime (Louisville, KY)

Discord Theory (Tampa, FL)

Horsebitch (Denver, CO)

Keo & Them (Wichita, KS)

Samiere (San Francisco, CA)

Rudy Love and the Encore (Wichita, KS)

Friday, March 22nd:

Hayley Harper (Albuquerque, NM)

Margle (Albuquerque, NM)

CHEW (Atlanta, GA)

Gilda House (Billings, MT)

The Whips (Lawrence, KS)

Deady (Louisville, KY)

Jesus Christ Taxi Driver (Denver, CO)

Kiss The Tiger (Minneapolis, MN)

Social Cinema (Wichita, KS)

We're pulling out all the stops to make the Cyclops stage the place to be during Treefort! And guess what? We're not just stopping at sponsoring a stage. Midtopia will also be presenting on a panel during the festival, diving into some cool topics about music and innovation.

D Tour co-founder and Midtopia board member, Jessie Hartke, will be a panelist during the festival presenting on the evolving landscape of the music industry and the need to build supportive networks and new alternative business models that can create sustainable careers for independent artists and workers. The panel is titled, “Empowering Independence: Nurturing a Sustainable Ecosystem for Artists & Music Workers.”

For more info on Treefort Music Fest, visit their site.