Highlighting the Valley’s vibrant food & drink scene with local restaurants, breweries, cocktails and more, featuring Culinary Ambassador CHRIS BIANCO.
Bacon Wrapped Tender Belly, Frijoles, Mashed Avocado, Chili Rojo, Crema Pineapple Agua fresca View Website
Freak Brothers Pizza
Straight amazing with sweet & spicy cornbread with tomatillo chicken on a fresh pressed flour / corn tortilla View Website
Gangsta Burger Food Truck
Gorilla Cheese Food Truck
Grant's Ice Cream
Vanilla ice cream bar dipped in peanut butter Cheesecake On A Stick Ice Cream Waffle Cones
Espresso, steamed milk, foam Mocha; Hot or Iced:
Espresso, chocolate, milk Cold Brew & Nitro Cold Brew Americano; Hot or Iced:
Espresso, water Cappuccino:
Espresso, steamed milk, foam View Website
Beef, Chicken, or Veggie View Website
Left Coast Burrito
Beef, Chicken, Potato Agua Frescas View Website
Fries with Spicy Tuna, Jalapenos, and Sriracha Aioli Sauce Classic Wrap with Crazy Fries:
Marinated Shuyo Tuna, Cucumbers, Green Onions, Furikake, Surimi, and Crispy Onions Spice-Sea Wrap with Crazy Fries:
Spicy Tuna, jalapenos, green onions, red cabbage, crispy onions, and siracha Aioli Cali Way with Crazy Fries:
Surimi crab, wonton strips, cucumber, siracha aioli View Website
Stock & Stable
Smoked Pork Shoulder, Mortadella, Provolone, Pickles, Yellow Mustard Fresh Lemonade View Website
Tee's Mac & Cheese
Pulled Pork, bacon, jalapenos, nacho cheese, sour cream & chives
White Eyes Fry Bread
The Treatery: Farmboys Fish Shack
Chris, who won the James Beard Award for Best Chef: Southwest in 2003, helped spawn a generation of independent and artisanal pizzeria’s, lending his advice, wisdom and food philosophies to dozens of fellow chefs and restaurateurs. For years, it has been a common sight to find lines forming at the Pizzeria early in the afternoon, with foodies from all over and locals alike queuing up in anticipation of getting a table and enjoying what has been called the best pizza in America. In 2013 & 2014, Pizzeria Bianco was nominated for a James Beard Award in the Outstanding Restaurant category. In addition, Chris also supports many local and national charities, providing support to many worthy causes.
The Lava Pit
A barbecue experience only the Valley could grill up.
Tom's BBQ is a great family restaurant that has been providing Arizonians with the finest barbeque, Italian beefs and hot dogs in the Mesa area, since 1988.Website >
BBQ SANDWICH: Pork, Beef, Chicken, Hot Links
BBQ NACHOS: Pork, BBQ Sauce, Nacho Cheese, Pico De Gallo, Jalapenos and Chips
BAKED POTATO NACHOS: Nacho Cheese, Sour Cream, Bacon, and Chips
MAC DADDY: Mac & Cheese, Pork, BBQ Sauce
The team behind Ocotillo — chef-owner Walter Sterling, chefs Sacha Levine and Alex Levine, beverage director David Johnson, and general manager Brad Twigg — will be opening Starlite BBQ in Scottsdale this fall. Get your taste at Lost Lake!Website >
Pulled Pork Sandwich with Coleslaw
Enjoy an array of craft brews and backyard bar games.
An oasis for beer-lovers of all kinds - casual to connoisseur - Brewpark is Lost Lake Festival’s haven for hops. You’ll experience the culture of artisanal brewing booming throughout the Valley with over a dozen featured breweries. Sit and sip your suds in the shade, or keep it hopping with festival spins on classic backyard games. With beers hailing from all over our neighborhood alongside favorites from San Diego, Denver, and beyond, you’re sure to find ale that aids you or a lager you love at Brewpark.
Blue Moon Brewing Co. •
Crispin Cider Co. •
College Street Brewhouse •
Dragoon Brewing Co. •
Four Peaks Brewing Co. •
Grand Canyon Brewing Co. •
Great Divide Brewing Co. •
Hop Valley Brewing Co. •
Huss Brewing Co. •
Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Co. •
Mike Hess Brewing •
Mother Earth Brew Co. •
Peroni Brewery •
Phoenix Ale Brewery •
Pilsner Urquell Brewery •
Saint Archer Brewing Co. •
SanTan Brewing Co. •
Ska Brewing •
Nectar of the Gods
An agave experience.
Agave has long been worshiped by locals of the region for its life-giving properties and abundant uses. At Lost Lake, we're celebrating this desert plant the best way we know how– tequila*! At Nectar Of The Gods, get in the spirit with tasting flights of Anejo, reposado, blanco and mezcal, or discover the rich history of the agave plant through a selection of artisanal cocktails featuring the flavors of the Southwest. Whether you’re a maestro of mezcal or a blanco beginner, there's something for everyone to savor. So have a taste, grab a bite and relax as you pay homage to this sacred plant at Lost Lake.
If you want to be particular, we’re showcasing mezcal - did you know that all tequilas are mezcal, but not all mezcals are tequila? Just one of the many things you’ll learn when you spend time at Nectar of the Gods.
Let your inner child run wild through this field of oversized amusements!
Experience your favorite childhood games reimagined in unexpected ways - from pool you play with bowling balls to giant blacklight jenga to games of croquet so large, you can follow your ball right on through the hoop. And when the sun goes down, the lights turn up - LED and glow-in-the-dark features will keep the nostalgia alive at night. So let loose, get loud, and play larger-than-life at The Lost Playground and beyond!
Big Ass Billiards
LED Table Tennis
Gigantic Ladder Golf
Extra-Large Bocce Ball
the lost lake marketplace
Shop local on a whole new level at FOUND: The Lost Lake Marketplace. From organic skincare to unique skateboards to original paintings, rare vintage clothing to Navajo-owned streetwear, you can support over 20 regional makers, creators and artisans at this one-of-a-kind retail experience.
Antique Sugar boasts an astonishing, ever-revolving collection of vintage clothing and accessories for men and women from the 1920's-1990's.
Custom art, prints, shirts, buttons
Original skate decks, original paintings, apparel & stickers
+ additional artists
Local artist, painter & muralist
Crane & Carbon
A Simplified Wellness Brand - Carefully sourced dietary supplements and non-toxic skin & hair care products.
Original canvas paintings and drawings, art prints, handcrafted clothing and hand painted mandala rocks!
Jar of Buttons
Custom buttons, magnets, enamel pins & stickers
Keep It Wild
Keep It Wild's mission is to keep our wild places clean through community and apparel. Keep it Wild takes a portion of every purchase to fund and host wilderness cleanups throughout Arizona and the Southwest.
Rad headbands made from recycled t-shirts & materials
OXDX is a Navajo owned, local street wear label.
Phoenix Flower Crowns
Adorn yourself with flowers, perfect for festival style
Quick & Deadly
Funky art, jewelery, shirts, prints
The ANCIENT PRACTICE of "Tarot" just got a modern make-over, REBEL DECK style!
Strive Dreams Body Art
Henna & Glitter body art
The Wooden Nickel Store
The Wooden Nickel is Indigenous owned & operated by Jeweler/printmaker Rykelle Kemp, who makes handcrafted one of a kind items out of silver, shell and local Turquoise. She is: Choctaw/ Mvskoke-Creek Euchee & Dinè.
Yoga and meditation supplies plus clothing and accessories for the sophisticated hippie.
FOUNDation is a dedicated area within the marketplace to support local non-profit organizations helping them educate and inform festival-goers of their causes. Supported by the Fortoul Brothers, the Mollen Foundation, an organization that teaches local kids about healthy lifestyle and eating choices, will be selling Fortoul Brothers merchandise and all proceeds will go to benefit the charitable organization. Other non-profits featured in the FOUNDation include, Sonoran Prevention Works, Life Under the Wheel, the Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence, Roosevelt Row CDC, Phoenix Center for the Arts, Phoenix Public Works and many others. Stay tuned for a full list!
Art of the valley
We’re featuring the best of Roosevelt Row and beyond at Lost Lake Festival through Art of the Valley. Local heroes and national head turners the Fortoul Brothers are bringing their unique illustrative style - influenced by their fascination with dreams, mystery and evocative symbols - to Lost Lake’s three major stages. Additionally, an eclectic array of talented artists will be live painting murals throughout the grounds all weekend long, creating new and stunning opportunities each day to celebrate the Valley’s vibrant art scene - and of course, to take some selfies!
Featuring The Fortoul Brothers
Gabriel and Isaac Fortoul are an outstandingly prolific pair totally dedicated to unfolding their creativity as a way of life. Their art has been evolving and will continue to evolve in search of the purest style combining everyday observation with mystical symbolism. Their pieces are the product of philosophical meditation on the ultimate meaning of human existence and on how to live closer to nature and in touch with the elemental forces of the cosmos. The Fortoul Brothers art is influenced by their preoccupation with dreams, mystery and evocative symbols. The result is a combination of the ordinary with suggestions of the extraordinary in a single peice of work, thus leaving all final interpretation open to debate but always touching the deepest emotional fibers of the viewer.View Website
Plus Live Painting By
Come by The Lookout for a delightful array of surprises - with a view! Here you'll find stunning visual displays & performances rivaled only by our namesake body of water, which serves as The Lookout's backdrop. From hoop-dancing to acrobatics and beyond, pop-ups here will dazzle you throughout the weekend. Performers include Nakotah Larance, The Circus Farm, Walter Yoga, and more!
The Lost Sports Bar
You don’t have to choose between your favorite band and your favorite team! Catch local & national games over a cold beer at the Lost Sports Bar at Lost Lake Festival.
Presented by the Children’s Museum of Phoenix
Festival fun for the whole family.
Even the tiniest humans among us are invited to the celebration at Lost Lake Festival. Silly Slope Kids Area is a zone for families to experience music and play together, presented by the Children’s Museum of Phoenix. Kids can create their own rattles, tambourines and kazoos to contribute to the cacaphony - who knows, they may headline the festival someday! If your little one is more of a festival fashionista than a member of the band, they can make wacky hats and wiggly wristbands to wear with flair. Activities are ongoing at the festival each day from doors until 6pm, and entry to the festival is free for children ages 9 and under.
Friday 2pm to 6pm
Saturday 12:30pm to 6pm
Sunday 12:30pm to 6pm
Miller Lite Bar 75
Miller Lite is raising one up for live music. Recharge yourself (and your phone) between sets at Miller Lite Bar 75, plot your next move over a beer (and wi-fi), and grab some special festival swag — #ItsMillerTime.
#HereToHelp Lounge brought to you by State Farm®
State Farm® is helping life go right for the festival! Swing by their #HereToHelp Lounge for free helpful gear, WiFi, storage lockers, phone-charging stations, and exclusive acoustic sets from festival artists.They've got more than memorable performances and helpful gear! Join the movement for good via augmented reality or by helping partner non-profits. Together, we can turn the act of caring into the power of doing.
The Dive In Tour by Deep Eddy Vodka
You may be in the desert, but that won't stop us from providing you the Oasis you deserve at the Deep Eddy Vodka Dive In Tour. Come #DiveIn with Deep Eddy cocktails, festival gear, and fun items that will make your friends have serious FOMO. The 1950's restored tour trailer has a fully stocked Deep Eddy Vodka bar and a sound system to keep your body moving.
Hacienda by Hornitos®
Though all tequilas are made from the flesh of the Blue Agave, Hornitos® is different because they don’t try to hide the true agave flavor of our tequilas, they preserve it. Make the escape to Hacienda by Hornitos during your visit to Lost Lake Festival to sip a signature cocktail, cool off with friends old and new and capture memories of a lifetime!
Jim Beam Apple Refresh Fest
Need a place to cool down and recharge? Check out the Jim Beam Apple Refresh Fest! Stop by and enjoy refreshing cocktails, relax under the misting tree, recharge your phone and more! #RefreshYourFest
The Happy Camper by mike’s hard Lemonade
At the Happy Camper by mike’s hard Lemonade, you can e-lemon-ate all your worries when you see what laughter tastes like. Drink on the bright side while you enjoy ping pong, lawn games and live music. You can even sample their Lemonade and Black Cherry flavors while you play! When you leave with a custom Bright Side photobooth snapshot, you’ll take the happy memories with you wherever you go.
The Quad presented by the Arizona Lottery
Immerse yourself in an interactive art installation that allows you to get up close and personal with local Arizona artist, Isaac Caruso. Write your very own answers to questions that will help build our community and take photos in front of unique installations you’ll only find at Lost Lake!
The Apple Pay Experience
Make the most of your Lost Lake experience this year with Apple Pay, the fast and secure way to pay. You can use Apple Pay at all food, beverage and merchandise locations around the festival, but keep an eye out for the five dedicated Apple Pay Fast Lanes we’ve created to help you pay quickly and get back to the music. Just look for the Fast Lane signs. We’re also offering special daily deals across the festival grounds when you use Apple Pay at certain locations and times. Watch your Lost Lake app notifications for updates on where and when to find them.