Lost Lake Festival 2018 Lineup Announced

Photo: Quinsey Sablan

The Lost Lake Festival is returning October 19-21 to Steele Indian School Park with this year’s headliners including Imagine Dragons, Future, The Chainsmokers and SZA.

Lost Lake 2017, Photo: Quinsey Sablan

Just like last year, the festival’s musical lineup boasts a wide array of genres with acts ranging from legendary hip hop artist Nas and local sensation Jimmy Eat World to The Chainsmokers, SZA, Third Eye Blind, Young Thug, A$AP Ferg, T-Pain, Imagine Dragons, Future and more. The lineup will once again range from nationally known acts to local artists and once-in-a-lifetime collaborations.

“Last year, the Phoenix and Valley community showed its excitement for a diverse multi-genre lineup and we believe our programming this year takes that lineup vision to the next level,” says Rick Farman, Co-founder of Superfly. “Coupled with the amazing art, culinary and games elements, the festival will continue to raise the bar of what Lost Lake is, for both the local community, and those traveling from out of town to experience the vibrant cultural scene that is thriving in Phoenix.”

Tickets for the 2018 event will go on sale on Friday, April 27 at 10 a.m. Three-day general admissions start at $189.50 while VIP three-day admission starts at $524.50. Too much dough but you still need to go? Lost Lake is offering a layaway plan so you can pay over time with affordable payments.

Past the musical stages, the festival will highlight local flavors, art and entertainment. Guests can enjoy fun stations like Phoenix Flavors, the culinary experience led by local chef and restauranteur Chris Bianco, with food and drink from a variety of local outlets; the Brewpark, local breweries mixed with classic backyard games; Nectar of the Gods, offering flight tastings of tequila and mescal; Art of the Valley, a venue highlighting local artists; The Lookout, an area dedicated to performance art; Found: The Lost Lake Marketplace, a one-of-a-kind retail experience; and FOUNDations, supporting local non-profit organizations.

For tickets and more information, visit: lostlakefestival.com


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