Add these suggestions from Michael Deeds and Dana Oland to your list:
Guitar power: San Francisco garage-rockers Thee Oh Sees — who mine psychedelia, punk and noise-pop influences from decades back to the 1960s — are drawing some of the most excitement among Treefort devotees. Don’t expect to see them in Boise again soon. They play at 11:45 p.m. at El Korah Shrine, 1118 W. Idaho St.
Spooky folk: Prefer the dark side of music? It might be oversimplification to say L.A.-based singer-songwriter Chelsea Wolfe makes folk music for the metal crowd, but, well, she does. She performs at 10:15 p.m. at the Knitting Factory, 416 S. 9th St.
Storyfort: Dish with local reporters, including the Statesman’s Anna Webb and Bill Dentzer, on “Viral Idaho,” a look at stories ranging from the Steunenberg Trial in 1905 to the Larry Craig scandal in 2007. It’s at 1 p.m. at The Linen Building, 1402 W. Grove St. Free and open to the public, with preference to Treefort pass holders.
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LED’s next project: The musicians and dancers of Boise’s LED will show you “This Way to the Egress,” featuring film projections and other multimedia elements. This performance launches the group into a year of developing this as its next major project. It’s at 10:30 p.m. at The Rose Room, 718 W. Idaho St.
I still need tickets! A single-day festivalwide pass will run you $79-89, or $179 for every day. When capacity allows, individual venues will let you in for $10 to $30. Visit treefortmusicfest.com or visit the box office (at the Owyhee).
Online: Find videos of a special Wednesday performance by Lucy Dacus and the Ballet Idaho-Thick Business show at IdahoStatesman.com/festival.