Music Festivals

What could be better than listening to some great music with great friends and then hanging out in a Wandervan Campervan at the festival. When the party stops in the evening you can simply climb into your campervan and crash on a comfortable bed so you can wake up refreshed! Some may call your experience glamping! Experience why we are the sweet spot in between the tent and the rv.

 
 
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Treefort in Boise, Idaho

Music is the trunk of Treefort. We get our biggest thrills from welcoming spellbinding well-known and independent emerging artists from all over the globe. Since the festival’s inception, Boise has played host to thousands of bands traveling from within the Treasure Valley or as far as Western Europe, the Middle East and Australia. Just like the uniqueness of every tree, each Treefort Music Fest features a wide variety of musicians and bands – every Treefort moment has its own soundtrack.

 
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Mountain Home Music Festival

The Mountain Home Country Music Festival venue is in Elmore County, just thirty minutes from Mountain Home, ID. This inviting venue is situated at the base of Sawtooth National Forest and the Sawtooth Range—a perfect location for 3 days of the best music Country has to offer.

The Festival is planning for 20,000+ people in 2017 with ample campervan camping onsite. Organizers expect camping to sell fast and are alerting fans to make their reservations early. Get ready to get your country on like never before!

 
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Gorge Amphitheater

The Gorge Amphitheater is located in the rural town of Gorge above the Columbia River in Washington, just 10 miles northeast of Quincy.

Renowned as being one of the most scenic concert locations in the world offering spectacular river gorge views and concert friendly summer weather as well as lawn terrace seating. Only 5 hours (375 miles) from Boise you will find a variety of performers and some great campervan camping overlooking the Amphitheater.