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Lost Lake Fest 2018 lineup: Imagine Dragons, Chainsmokers in Phoenix

Here is the lineup for Lost Lake Fest 2018
Here is the lineup for Lost Lake Fest 2018
Posted at 10:00 AM, Apr 25, 2018
and last updated 2018-04-26 19:51:29-04

We know the Lost Lake Festival is returning to Phoenix.

And now we know who's coming to the Valley of the Sun to perform on the festival's three stages.

Imagine Dragons, Future, The Chainsmokers and SZA have been tapped to headline this year's Lost Lake Festival, which returns Oct. 19-21, 2018, to Steele Indian School Park in downtown Phoenix.

They will be joined by more than 30 other artists, including Janelle Monae, Jimmy Eat World, Third Eye Blind, T-Pain and Nas, organizers announced Wednesday morning.

"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,” said Rick Farman, co-founder of Superfly, in a written statement.

2018 Lost Lake Festival lineup

Imagine Dragons
The Chainsmokers
Janelle Monáe
Jimmy Eat World
Café Tacvba
Young Thug
Grizzly Bear
A$AP Ferg
Third Eye Blind
Louis the Child
Lil Dicky
Kamasi Washington
Quinn XCII
Maggie Rogers
Hippie Sabotage
St. Lucia
Chicano Batman
Cashmere Cat
Ra Ra Riot
Phoebe Bridgers
Ravyn Lenae
Injury Reserve
Colony House
Sasha Sloan
Durand Jones & The Indications
The Marías
Jared & the Mill
The Technicolors
Phoenix Afrobeat Orchestra
Playboy Manbaby
Donna Missal
The Chamanas
Nanami Ozone

“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," he said.

Tickets to the three-day music, food and art festival go on sale Friday, April 27 at 10 a.m. Pacific Time.

Three-day general admission passes start at $189.50 and VIP three-day admission starts at $524.50. Both will be available for purchase at www.lostlakefestival.com

Information for single-day tickets was not yet released.

Organizers said the festival will have a lot of the same elements that the inaugural festival had: the larger-than-life games; an area to showcase Phoenix's restaurants, chefs and mixologists; and a marketplace where local artists will be able to sell their creations.

More than 45,000 people attended last year's festival which was headlined by Chance The Rapper, Ludacris, The Killers, Pixies and The Roots.