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Bringing New Sounds To Boise

About Us

Creators of Treefort Music Fest.

Duck Club was founded as a partnership between Lori Shandro and Eric Gilbert, with help from Drew Lorona, as a means to help inject some fresh energy into the Boise music scene. Their initial collaboration was creating Treefort Music Fest in the Spring of 2012. Through that process, Megan Stoll joined the team as a partner. Since the launch of Treefort Music Fest, the vision has broadened into a permanent engine of live music curation, general promotion of the Boise music scene and a multi-faceted production company offering various means of support to emerging artists. Rachel Mason came aboard in the Fall of 2019 as a Marketing Manager and Allie Morgan joined the club as a Project Manager.

As we entered 2020, the pandemic allowed us some time to look at our business structure and decided to grow our company, bringing on Keven Mazarelli as Production Manager, Marissa Lovell in Publicity, Conner Schumacher as Photographer and McKenna Esteb as Social Media Coordinator.

Duck Club Presents hosts shows and parties in various venues around Boise and builds the annual Treefort Music Fest — a 5-day multi-venue celebration of emerging artists (national/regional/international/local) in Downtown Boise every March.

Duck Club Touring is another wing of The Duck Club which represents emerging touring bands around the country. Since its inception, Nathan Walker joined forces as Senior Duck Club Touring booking agent.



A Neighborhood Music + Mural Festival
Friday, Sept. 23 – Sunday, Sept. 25, 2022

After having Treefort in September of 2021, we heard your cries for a fall festival. And while Treefort Music Fest in September was one of the best, it was a one-off experience. This September, instead of coming together in downtown Boise, we’ll catch you on the Flipside.

Flipside Fest is a three-day music and mural festival in Garden City, Idaho. The fest is an all-ages, outdoor, multi-venue festival featuring 50ish local and touring bands, live murals by local artists, and immersive on-foot exploration of the Surel Mitchell Live-Work-Create District in Garden City.

Headliners for the first ever Flipside Fest include Boise’s very own BUILT TO SPILL, Bay Area’s psychedelic soul outfit MONOPHONICS, and LA’s’ quickly rising AUTOMATIC, who just released their latest album on Stones Throw Records. All headlining bands will perform at the Main Stage, located in the parking lot of the Visual Arts Collective. Additional acts to perform the inaugural festival are Chicago’s reverb-heavy indie trio DEHD, an all time Treefort favorite DELICATE STEVE, LA’s groovy bunch DE LUX, Seattle soulful “anthem artist” SHAINA SHEPHERD, and Swiss instrumental sextet L’ECLAIR. 

Additional bands include THE MOSS (Hawaii/SLC), SPOON BENDERS (Portland), GA-20 (Boston), PLASTIC PICNIC (Brooklyn, NY), KENDRA MORRIS (NYC), EXUM (Richmond, VA), WAZUMBIANS (Ghana), THE FRENCH TIPS (Boise) and more!

Late Night Afterparties (21+) will take place after the outdoor shows end and include Portland’s TROUBLED YOUTH and CASUAL AZTEC from Bridge Club, a long-standing queer party, San Francisco’s BROWN AMY, known mostly for her involvement with the Latino/ Womxn collective Chulita Vinyl Club and Sunday queer party Hard French, along with locals BLACK VELVET, NOT THAT JENNIFER, OROGRAPHIC, DEEVEAUX and more. In addition to live bands and DJs, Somewhere Bar will host Drag Race superstar MARIAH PARIS BALENCIAGA, who was featured on Lizzo’s “JUICE” music video in 2019.

Sign up here to receive updates about the upcoming Flipside Fest and other upcoming shows with Duck Club Presents.


Tier One 3-day passes are $89 + single day passes are $39-49 they are available here.
Main Stage Only passes ($35) are available here.
Late Night Afterparties are included in 3-day and single day passes.
Tickets may be available at the door for $15
Early Bird passes are SOLD OUT.

FOOD: Delicious local food options will be provided on-site at the Flipside Main Stage (VAC parking lot). Additionally you can grab some yummy eats in the neighborhood at Wepa!, the Lil’ Market and Roots Zero Waste Market.

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES: 21+ attendees will be allowed to purchase alcoholic beverages, with ID.

MUSIC CURFEW: All outdoor music will end sometime around 10:30 PM all three nights of the event.

LATE NIGHT AFTERPARTIES: Once the outdoor stages shut down, 21+ afterparties will be hosted inside the Visual Arts Collective and Somewhere Bar on Friday and Saturday nights. More information to come!

MURALS: In conjunction with the Garden City Placemaking Fund, local artists’ murals will be featured throughout the festival footprint.

VENUES: Flipside Main Stage (Visual Arts Collective parking lot), Barbarian Brewing, Demolition House, Somewhere Bar, Push & Pour, Surel’s Place, Roots Zero Waste Market, Vervain Collective, Coiled Wines, Telaya Wine Co., sPacePort, The Drop, Yardarm and The Sandbar at Riverside Hotel. You stay up-to-date with all of the venues on the official Flipside Fest map.

PARTNERS: Neighborhood partners include Surel Mitchell Live-Work-Create District, Garden City Placemaking Fund, Urban Land Development, Idaho Floor Supply, 34th St Market, Boise Rock School, AudioLab, Visionkit Studio, Push & Pour, Americana Pizza, Project Filter, Dutch Bros, CWI, Mavik Ventures, Western Collective, Community Square Development, Studio 1212, AAA Sign Co and WEPA.

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