The newest festival on the scene from the creators of Bonnaroo and Outside Lands, Phoenix's Lost Lake Festival, is shaping up to be one of the must-see festivals on everyone's yearly list. This morning, the newly-formed festival announced its three-day lineup and it looks amazing. With acts like The Killers, Chance the Rapper and The Roots, it looks like there will be something for everyone during the festival's three days on October, 20-22.
Whether it be hip hop with Run the Jewels, or electronic with Big Gigantic, or classic rock with Huey Lewis & the News, this festival will indeed have not just a little, but a lot of what everyone loves from all decades and genres of music. Even if fans are looking to keep things fast and furious, they can do just that by checking out the one and only Ludacris as he returns to stage in pure form after his massive blockbuster of a hit movie this summer.
Besides the great lineup, the festival creators are also bringing a one of a kind culinary and art experience to the Lost Lake Festival. The festival will feature "The Pits," a unique BBQ experience as well as the "Brewpark," an area showcasing not only great craft beers but also great backyard bar games.
What more could one ask for in a festival besides great music, great food, great drinks and games? How about carefully curated fashion, jewelry and crafts from the local community? The Lost Lakes Festival will have all of this and more come this October, 20-22.
So why don't you lose yourself in the valley of the sun this year and hit up the Lost Lake Festival? Tickets go on sale here on April 20 at 10 a.m. PST. The festival takes place at the Steele Indian School Park in Phoenix, AZ on October 20-22.
Chance the Rapper
Run the Jewels
Huey Lewis & the News
A Tribe Called Red