Lost Lake Festival from Superfly, the co-creators of Bonnaroo and Outside Lands, announces the daily festival lineup, featuring headliners The Killers, Chance the Rapper, Major Lazer, Odesza, The Roots, Run the Jewels, Pixies, HAIM and Huey Lewis & The News.
Single-day general admission and VIP tickets for the new three-day, multi-format music festival in Phoenix go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, September 8 at LostLakeFestival.com.
The festival kicks off Friday, Oct. 20 at Steele Indian School Park in Phoenix. The complete day-by-day lineup includes:
Friday, October 20
Chance the Rapper
Saturday, October 21
Huey Lewis & the News
Dreamcar (pictured above)
Lil Jon (DJ Set)
SuperJam featuring the Dap-Kings and Special Guests
Reverb Nation winner
Sunday, October 22
Run the Jewels
A Tribe Called Red
Some of the acts are new additions to the original announcement. Those include Dreamcar, a new supergroup featuring No Doubt’s Tom Dumont, Tony Kanal and Adrian Young, and AFI’s frontman Davey Havok; The Dap-Kings; Poolside; Striking Matches; Fayuca and Trinidad Cardona. The festival will also offer a Superfly signature experience, SuperJam, a curated group of artists and musicians who will perform together for a once-in-a-lifetime collaboration, featuring The Dap-Kings and special guests.
Along with a highly anticipated musician lineup, Lost Lake was founded as a creative platform for the Phoenix community and reflects the city’s rich and dynamic culture through a curated selection of arts and entertainment, elevated local culinary and beverage offerings, and unique game experiences.
Festival fans will enjoy more than 30 top local chefs, restaurants, and breweries representing Phoenix’s vibrant food and drink scene, with local eats at Phoenix Flavors, craft beers at Brewpark, barbecue at The Lava Pit, and mezcal and tequila cocktails and tastings at Nectar of the Gods. Chris Bianco, Phoenix-based James Beard award-winning chef and author, joins as the festival’s culinary ambassador, bringing together the best feasts and treats from the Valley, including tastes from his own Pizzeria Bianco.
Festival-goers will also enjoy a magical experience with larger-than-life games in The Lost Playground. Created in partnership with longtime Bonnaroo collaborator and Phoenix-based Walter Productions, The Lost Playground has reimagined everyone’s favorite backyard and billiard games in unexpected ways. From a Giant Pool Table played with bowling balls to Colossal Croquet so large a player can follow their ball through the hoop, these games are the ultimate adult playground. When the sun goes down, more than 10 custom designed games light up with colorful LED and glow-in-the-dark features.
Three-day general admission and VIP tickets are on sale for Lost Lake at Steele Indian School Park in Phoenix. Buy three-day tickets for $224.50 before the pricing increases October 1. Learn more at LostLakeFestival.com.