2 stage | 30+ bands | 20+ films
Co-Produced by Artist Muse + Dog-Eared Records
Sponsored by: Studio 116 / Saucey App/ Pop Physique / Lomography / Reverbnation/ Hummingbird Music Conservatory
Films curated by Josh Beck // Writer's Booth curated by Franki Elliot // Photobooth by Halo Auragraphic // Crafts curated by Amelia Brown
Vendors: Asha Noodles // El Vintage // Les Beaux Chocolates
Decorations by Arianna Capriotti
Marketing by Diana Mantis
Poster Artwork: Christina Oliva, Brian Wilson, Shplinton
Website: Stef DeCastro
Alana Powell, Alanna Urias, Alex Lake, Amaleia Brown, Ariana Capriotti, Arielle, Atreyu Smith, Avalon Petersen, Beau Schwartz, Brian Wilson, Charlsey Kellen, Cheyenne Savage, Christina Oliva, Christine Molton, Dakota Petrie, David La Roccha, Derek DeVette, Emily Liebl, Ethan Saks, Eva Mah, Heather McNown, Helen Russell, Jaden LarRue, Jenn Wu, John Guerin, Josh Beck, Kaitlyn Cua, Katie Lekas, Keith Maurer, Kevin Cyril, Lauren Hoover, Mara Patterson, Marcus Pierce, Marta Dymek, Matthew Stolarz, Michael Wisner, Nazrn, Nick Arambula, Niel Briggs, Paris Bosserman, Sarah Lightman, , Sharyn Goldyn, Stef DeCastro, Suzie Reimer, Tara Louise, Taylor Meskimen, Tim Mantis, Tiziano Tucci, Travis Warner, Tyler Davis, Whitney Moulton, Wil Phearson
We’re so excited to share that we’re the official submission platform for the inaugural Treehouse Festival in L.A.! What started as a monthly event held at pop-up locations in L.A. where performers present their talents, has evolved into an all-day festival at The Ambassador Auditorium to expose upcoming artists to the crowd they deserve. We chatted with the inspiring team behind Treehouse to learn about the festival, exclusive ReverbNation opportunity, Kickstarter campaign, and more.
What began as a monthly showcase of pop-up events around Los Angeles will expand into a full-day festival this weekend. The inaugural Treehouse Music & Arts Fest takes over the Ambassador Auditorium on Saturday in Pasadena. In addition to a selection of independent short film screenings, Kimya Dawson, Jade Castrinos (formerly of Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros), Joey Dosik, Josiah and The Bonnevilles, Allison Weiss, the Active Set, Emily Gold, Livingmore, and many other extrapolations of the singer-songwriter variety will share their music on two stages. Alex Wisner, the artist who started Treehouse, says she was inspired by the “lackluster of the venue culture we’ve built as a society,” as she puts it.
All monthly Treehouse events are Free Admission.
Artists do not pay to play. The audience doesn't pay to watch.
We survive solely by your donations and we thank you for it.