Where is the Festival Located?
What are the festival hours?
SATURDAY 12:30pm - 11pm
SUNDAY 12:30pm - 10:30pm
Are children allowed?
Can I exit and re-enter the festival?
What can and can’t I bring in?
WHAT YOU CAN BRING
Soft-sided coolers no larger than a 12-pack size
Regular sized or unframed backpacks
Two factory-sealed water bottles up to 1 liter each
Empty Camelbak or other empty plastic container (i.e., Nalgene bottle, Klean Kanteen)
Ice (contained in a soft-sided cooler or Camelbak - no large bags allowed)
Personal cameras with a detachable lens 2 inches or shorter
Totems (Must be no taller than 6ft, and no thicker than 1/2 inch. Must be made of light material: swim noodles, foam type material, cardboard tubes, fabric, string, yarn, light plastic, balloons and/or blow up items. Totems made of wood, metal and/or PVC material will NOT be allowed. This includes flag poles and heavy sticks.)
WHAT YOU CAN'T BRING:
Weapons of any kind
Large or framed backpacks
Alcohol (alcohol will be sold at the festival)
Glass containers of ANY kind
Cans of ANY kind
Skateboards, scooters, or personal motorized vehicles
Bicycles inside festival grounds (self park and bike valet will be available)
Fireworks and explosives
Instruments and laser pointers
Spray paint, large markers
Lawn furniture or any chairs with legs
Large or hard-sided coolers
Pets (Except animals that assist people with disabilities. Important to read Service and Support Animal Policy & Procedures.)
Video equipment (no video recording will be allowed)
Professional still camera equipment with a detachable lens longer than 2 inches, tripods, big zooms, or commercial use rigs
Audio recording equipment
No illegal vending is permitted (no unauthorized or unlicensed vendors allowed)
Is this a camping festival?
Are you accepting volunteers?
Will vendors accept debit/credit? Should I bring cash? Will there be ATMs?
Will there be vegan/vegetarian/gluten free options?
Can I see a map of the festival?
I have a question about my ticket.
How will I receive my ticket?
In addition, VIP patrons will exchange the emailed ticket for a VIP wristband upon entering the festival. This VIP wristband will allow access into the exclusive VIP viewing and hospitality areas.
Is There A Payment Plan Option?
Yes. During the checkout process, you have the option to purchase your full order at that time or you can purchase using a “layaway plan” for a non-refundable nominal fee of $10. The minimum purchase amount to be eligible for a layaway plan is $200.00. Purchaser must agree to the Layaway Plan Terms & Conditions, including a default policy. The last day to purchase a ticket using the layaway plan will be June 15th.
Deposit (at purchase) = 25%
Payment 1: June 30 = 25%
Payment 2: August 1 = 25%
Payment 3: September 15 = 25%
Getting To The Festival
What is the best way to get to the festival?
Is Lost Lake accessible for patrons with disabilities?
With more than 75 acres, Steele Indian School Park is a destination point in the heart of Phoenix.
Rich in history, the park sits on property that formerly served as the Phoenix Indian School, which opened in 1891 and closed in 1990. Thousands of American Indian children lived on this site and attended the government run boarding school. When Arizona became a state in 1912, the marching band from Phoenix Indian HS played at the statehood ceremony. Today three historic buildings from the Indian School anchor the park. The park’s design pays homage to its Native American history through many design elements and features many unique amenities including an urban lake, outdoor amphitheater, 15 acre Entry Garden, neighborhood park, and large areas of open space allowing the park to serve as the perfect setting for family outings and special events of all sizes. The park is conveniently accessible by Valley Metro Light Rail with two light rail stations at Indian School Road and Campbell Avenue.
Travel + Accommodations
flying to phoenix
Flying in? Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) is only a 15 minute drive to the festival site.
Driving to Phoenix
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Staying in phoenix
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Volunteering at Lost Lake
The application to volunteer at Lost Lake Festival with Clean Vibes is open. Learn more at the link below.VOLUNTEER WITH CLEAN VIBES
Stay tuned for info on general festival volunteering.
Vending at Lost Lake
Interested in becoming a Lost Lake market or food vendor? Reach out to email@example.com with the respective subject line — 2017 Market Vendor Interest or 2017 Food Vendor Interest to receive directions for application.
About the Producers
Superfly’s expertise is creating cultural experiences with a distinct identity such as Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival and Outside Lands Festival, and developing award-winning campaigns for some of the most recognized brands in the world.
For more, visit Superly’s website here
Walter productions most commonly known for their collection of supersized art cars, specialize in creating immersive entertainment experiences that depart from the norm and take audiences of all types on playful adventures of a lifetime.
Stateside Presents, owner of the Crescent Ballroom, is a leading independent promoter in the Phoenix region.
AndBoogie, co-creators of Phoenix Lights and True Music Festival, curates elite music events and forward thinking urban development projects.
Starr Hill Presents
Starr Hill Presents is an active partner in a variety of venues and promoters through-out the Country. It enjoys collaborating with its partners in festivals, amphitheaters, theaters and nightclubs.
A Beautiful Perspective
Founded by Life is Beautiful creator Rehan Choudhry, A Beautiful Perspective is a next-generation, socially conscious digital media and live events company. Their mission is to create informed and inspired communities, actively working to make the world a better place.
Lost Lake Works
Lost Lake Works is a charitable initiative founded to support Phoenix area non-profits with a focus on arts and education. By supporting local nonprofit organizations in the Phoenix community, we believe we can help create an even brighter future for the Valley of the Sun.
For sponsorship inquiries, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.