While Treefort came to close on it’s final weekend days, the festival didn’t lose momentum. As bands like Foxygen, and Tv on the Radio rocked the main stage, Vacationer stole the late-night festival goers at El Korah Shrine, and Psychomagic performed a high-energy set inside the Camp Modern tent. The days continued in this way, showcasing artist after artist, making it easy to wish you could be in five places at once.
Generationals brought some indie-dance pop to main stage, before Foxygen tore the stage apart, with frontman, Sam France, lunging at the crowd with his mic stand, bending over backwards, and getting tangled up while rolling around the floor. Foxygen is notorious for putting on a wild show, and they definitely didn’t disappoint.
Rolling into the main stage Sunday afternoon, expecting to see BADBADNOTGOOD, I got ready to see a unique jazz-y, hip hop infused set. I instead experienced a beautifully intense set put on by Nostalghia, an electronic, experimental rock duo that took the place of BADBADNOTGOOD, who were unable to perform.
Later, TV on the Radio closed out the main stage to an absolutely PACKED crowd, lined with excited fans of all ages, and afterwards, Vacationer brought their happy, upbeat-dream-pop to a wall to wall El Korah Shrine.
As numerous talented artists took the stages at Treefort this year, it’s hard to pick a favorite act. We’re just excited to see what Treefort 2016 is going to bring to the table.
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