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Lost Lake Unveils The Lost Playground

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Lost Lake Music Festival is going to be the first of its kind in the Phoenix metropolitan area. They have hosted festivals before of course, but this one is bigger and, frankly, better. It has a well-curated and coherent lineup, mega-headliners, and still manages to sprinkle some authentic Phoenix flavor into the mix.

They have big local acts like KONGOS, Futuristic, Calexico, and Playboy Manbaby. They are boasting a Phoenix Flavors: Food and Drink Experience that is still awaiting announcements, and just recently on August 15th, they announced the inclusion of Walter Productions’ “The Lost Playground” as part of the festivities.

Walter Productions is a Scottsdale-based project best known for their gigantic mobile sound and light rigs, Calliope and Walter The Bus, that both feature at Bonnaroo as well as on the Playa. With the Lost Playground, the group says that they hope to tap into the festival-goers’ inner child, with larger-than-life LED light-up versions of classic backyard games.

There will be a giant pool table with bowling balls, croquet so big a human can walk through the hoops, glow-in-the-dark table tennis, and Mega Twister — all to go along with the mega lineup, including The Killers, Chance The Rapper, Major Lazer, Odesza, Run The Jewels, The Roots, Ludacris, and so much more.

Lost Lake Music Festival is taking place at Steele Indian School Park in Phoenix, Arizona from October 20th-22nd.   

Check the pictures below!

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Jeff Schaer-Moses

Jeff Moses is an experienced music journalist with more than 1,000 bylines under his belt nationwide. From the world's biggest rock stars to underground musicians living in your very own backyard he has interviewed them all with clarity and integrity. While some people think a great story needs a little journalistic spin, Jeff believes the best stories tend to tell themselves. For him covering big festivals is always big fun, but finding that band that is a diamond in the rough just itching to get their tunes out there is the greatest thrill in life.

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