Lost Lake Festival Returning to Phoenix for 2018

Lost Lake Festival 2017 (Photo: Quinsey Sablan)

Mark your calendars because the Lost Lake Festival is returning to Steele Indian School Park for a second run October 19-21.

Lost Lake Festival 2017 (Photo: Quinsey Sablan)

Following up a successful debut in 2017, the three-day festival is amping up to do it again. The event will once again turn to the Valley for inspiration for the locally-based cuisine, interactive games and art experiences and will feature an eclectic blend of music from big-name artists.

Produced by Superfly, the same team behind Bonnaroo, Outside Lands and Clusterfest and in collaboration with Phoenix-based Walter Productions, Lost Lake is a celebration of the local Phoenix community.

“We created Lost Lake to be a platform for Phoenix’s creative community —  musicians, visual artists, chefs and bartenders, crafters, lighting designers, yogis and dancers — to highlight and elevate the amazing local talent from around the Valley,” says Rick Farman, Co-founder of Superfly. “The incredible fans that came together to support the experience overwhelmingly proved that Phoenix should have a national level festival of its own and we look forward to building off that to create a truly special event in year two.”

ODESZA at Lost Lake Festival 2017 (Photo: Andrew Jorgensen)

The 2017 festival welcomed more than 45,000 attendees and more than 50 musical performances across three stages. Major artists like Chance the Rapper, Major Lazer, ODESZA, The Roots, Run The Jewels, Pixies and more took over three stages which were each named after Phoenix mountains. Festival-goers were also treated to larger-than-life games like colossal croquet and jumbo jenga; Phoenix Flavors, a mecca of Phoenix’s food scene; a Brewpark full of local and regional beers; Nectar of the Gods, a place for tequila and mezcal cocktails; The Lava Pit, full of smoky BBQ; Art of the Valley; and FOUND: The Lost Marketplace, a collection of local products, 20 regional vendors, workshops and more.

Stay tuned for the artist lineup to be announced this spring!

Three-day general admission and three-day VIP pre-sale tickets will be available for purchase starting Friday, April 13 at 10 a.m.

Pre-sale Three-Day GA: Starting at $169.50
Pre-sale Three-Day VIP: Starting at $499.50

For more information and tickets, visit: lostlakefestival.com

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