What You Need to Know About Lost Lake Festival Presale Tickets

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Presale tickets to the 2018 Lost Lake Festival in Phoenix will go on sale this week.

Less than a month after announcing that the music and art event will return to Steele Indian School Park in October, festival organizers revealed that presale tickets will be available to the general public at a discount starting at 10 a.m. Pacific on Friday, April 13.

This year, Lost Lake will run from October 19 through 21. The 2018 lineup hasn't been announced, but organizers plan to reveal the roster of acts later this spring.

Those who attended the 2017 festival will have first dibs on presale passes. All email addresses associated with Lost Lake tickets purchased last year will receive a special code to buy early-bird tickets starting at 10 a.m. Pacific on Wednesday, April 11.

Whether you're buying with that code or with the general public, three-day general admission passes will cost $169.50 and up during the presale, and three-day VIP passes will cost $499.50.

Tickets will be available through the Lost Lake Festival website.

Last year's inaugural event was a genre-spanning affair, featuring headliners Chance the Rapper, The Killers, and Odesza.

Organized by Superfly — the company behind festivals including Bonnaroo and Outside Lands — the event blended high-profile music acts with local bands, chefs, artists, and creatives, including Walter Productions, the Fortoul Brothers, and Chris Bianco.

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