Music Lovers Celebrate Independent Artists at Treehouse Fest

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From STAFF REPORTS

9:57 pm | October 16, 2016


Hundreds attended the first ever Treehouse Festival at The Ambassador Auditorium on Saturday. The festival grew to meet the rising popularity of Treehouse, a pop up artist movement focused on building collaboration and community among Los Angeles artists.

The festival included performances by over 30 bands, short film screenings and artisan food vendors like Les Beaux Chocolats, a vegan artisan chocolate vendor, and Boe 1982, handmade polymer clay jewelry.

This mini-music and film festival invited guests to connect with one another while enjoying love music and films.

“This city is the city of arts – we create a safe, supportive space [artists] can network and collaborate,” said Alex Wisner, founder of Treehouse.

For more information visit http://treehouse.la.