Lost Lake Music Festival lineup: See who's coming to Phoenix's newest music festival

PHOENIX - The lineup for Phoenix's newest music festival is out!

The Killers, Chance the Rapper and Major Lazer are set to headline the inaugural Lost Lake Music Festival, a new three-day festival from Superfly, the organizers behind Bonnaroo and Outside Lands.

At an announcement last month, Superfly co-founder Rick Farman said Lost Lake isn't just about music. He said it will celebrate Phoenix's food, drink and art scenes

"There is something special happening right now [in Phoenix]," Farman said then.

The festival will be Oct. 20-22, 2017 at Steele Indian School Park! Scroll down to see the full lineup, when and where to purchase tickets, and what else the festival will offer.

THE LINEUP:

The Killers 
Chance the Rapper 
Major Lazer  
Odesza
The Roots
Run the Jewels 
Pixies 
HAIM
Ludacris 
Huey Lewis & the News 
Big Gigantic 
Juanes
Crystal Castles 
Kongos
Lil Yachty
SuperJamTM
Danny Brown 
Highly Suspect 
Carla Morrison
Calexico
Lil Jon
Snakehips
NoName
BROODS
Real Estate 
A Tribe Called Red
Tritonal
MUNA
Futuristic 
Johnnyswim
JR JR 
frenship
Taylor Bennett  
Caye
The Shelters
Playboy Manbaby
Bogan Via
Luna Aura
Lost Lakes
 
 
TICKETS:
 
General admission tickets to the three-day festival start at $164.50. VIP tickets start at $499.50. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Thursday, April 20 via www.LostLakeFestival.com.
 
MORE THAN MUSIC
 
The Lost Lake Music Festival isn't just about music. It will also celebrate Phoenix's chefs, restaurants, mixologists and artists, said Farman.
 
Acclaimed Chef Chris Bianco of Pizzeria Bianco will lead Phoenix Flavors, Lost Lake's "culinary experience." According to the release, festival-goers will be able to enjoy "food from dozens of top Phoenix restaurants, and drinks from local breweries and a collection of the region's best cocktail bars."
 
"The Pits" area will focus on BBQ while "Brewpark" will focus on craft beer and backyard games.
 
Local artists will be able to tout their talents at the "Art of the Valley" space and even sell their work at a local marketplace. Throughout the festival will be various games and activities, according to the release.
 
THINKING ABOUT PARKING ALREADY?
 
With any major event, parking is always a challenge. Festival-goers will be able to park at one of Valley Metro's 11 Park-and-Ride locations and ride the light rail to Steele Indian School Park for free. All you will have to do is show the train inspector your ticket. Bike valet will also be available for riders.
 
IF YOU GO:
Lost Lake Music Festival (Oct. 20-22)
Steele Indian School Park, 300 E. Indian School Road
https://www.lostlakefestival.com
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