PHOENIX - The "Lost Lake" Festival is roughly two months away for its grand debut.
As the event nears, organizers are carefully releasing details on everything we'll be able to hear, do, drink and eat.
In April, we learned that Chance the Rapper, Major Lazer, Odesza, The Killers and The Roots would headline the festival, along with more than 30 other artists. View the full music lineup.
Two weeks ago, it was unveiled that the festival will have a "playground" with oversized, technologically-adapted backyard games including billiards. Instead of normal billiard balls, the game will use bowling balls on a 56-foot long table. Read more about the playground.
Now, we're learning about which chefs and restaurants will be part of the festival's culinary experience. It will be divided into four sections -- Phoenix Flavors, Brewpark, The Lava Pit and Nectar of the Gods.
Phoenix Flavors will feature more than 20 chefs and food trucks, including Clever Koi, Ocotillo, Left Coast Burrito and Pizzeria Bianco.
The Brewpark will highlight craft breweries including Phoenix Ale Brewery, SanTan Brewing Co. and Huss Brewing Co.
The Lava Pit will focus on barbecue and Nectar of the Gods will have tequila, mezcal, and reposado flights, according to a release.
Scroll below for a complete listing of the restaurants participating.
The Lost Lake Fest takes place over three days, Oct. 20-22, at Steele Indian School Park in Phoenix. Tickets are on sale and were sold in tiers. Tier 2 pricing $224.50 and ends on Oct. 1. "Last call" tickets will be $239.50. VIP tickets are $574.50.