Superfly, the company behind the legendary Bonnarro and Outside Lands music festivals, has just announced the launch of the new Lost Lake Festival, coming to Phoenix in October. The event will take place across 75 acres at Steele Indian School Park, October 20-22, and will feature 40-plus artists, games and art, local food and more.
“Founded as a creative platform for the Phoenix community, Lost Lake Festival reflects the city’s rich and dynamic culture through a curated selection of arts and entertainment, elevated local culinary and beverage offerings, large-scale and nostalgic sport and game-style experiences and a highly anticipated music lineup,” according to the media release.
In partnership with the Valley’s creative and artisan community, the event promises to be first-of-its-kind experience celebrating Phoenix and the surrounding region. “We were inspired by the energy and creative shift that is happening in the Phoenix metro area to create a festival experience that truly represents the Valley’s culture, food, arts and music as well as the vibrant and outgoing lifestyle of the community,” says Rick Farman, Superfly co-founder.
A festival of this scale requires a song local footing. The City of Phoenix and partners from Stateside Presents, Walter Productions, Starr Hill, Phoenix Lights, and A Beautiful Perspective are helping to bring it to life. “When it comes to delivering a world-class arts, culture, and culinary festival experience, Superfly sets the bar,” said Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton. “Phoenix has become a top destination for major events, but our residents and visitors haven’t seen anything like the Lost Lake Festival yet.