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Will Superfly bring 'Lost Lake Festival' back to Phoenix?

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Posted at 5:15 PM, Oct 24, 2017
and last updated 2017-10-24 20:15:26-04

For three days, thousands of people ventured to Phoenix's Steele Indian School Park for Superfly's inaugural Lost Lake Festival.

Chance the Rapper, The Killers and Odesza, among other local and international bands, performed across three stages, while a curated lineup of Phoenix-area restaurants and chefs served up some grub.

This week, organizers with the festival reported that more than 45,000 people attended the festival between Oct. 20 - 22.

The next question is, will it be back?

Organizers say that is the intended plan, but it is not 100 percent confirmed.

Superfly co-founder Rick Farman said in a prepared statement that the festival "exceeded our expectations" and that feedback has been "overwhelmingly positive."

"Our mission was to bring people together for a unique event celebrating Phoenix’s music, art, culture and food - we accomplished that," he said in the statement.

The statement then went on to thank everyone who helped put the festival on.