Lost Lands Festival 2023
Lost Lands Music Festival will take place on 22-24 September 2023 at Legend Valley in Thornville, Ohio. Lost Lands promises fans can “escape the confines of the world outside and and find yourself in an immersive environment surrounded by dinosaurs, beats and bass.” Each year, Lost Lands is known to go above and beyond to create a memorable experience for festival-goers.
Lost Lands Lineup 2023
Right at the top of the list we see ACRAZE — Dr. Fresch has played before so house isn’t a total stranger to the bill, but ACRAZE is still pretty far out there. And speaking of billing, Mr. Bill makes his exciting Lost Lands debut, as well.
On top of the dozens of headliners and hundreds of other acts, we get Dimension and Sub Focus, Netsky and NGHTMRE, SVDDEN DEATH, Ray Volpe, Kayzo, KOAN Sound (DNB Set) KOVEN, PhaseOne, Subtronics, Sullivan King, Ghastly’s Ghengar project, and so much more.
Lost Lands Festival 2023 Tickets
The festival offers 2 types of tickets: General Admission and VIP admission.
- General Admission 3-day tickets from $370+fees
- VIP 3-day passes from $650+fees
Where to Stay During Lost Lands 2023
We’ve partnered with the best hotels around Thornville to bring you the lowest rates possible along with a great lodging experience for your Lost Lands festival weekend.
Camping at Lost Lands Festival 2023
Those planning on camping this year have a number of different options to choose from. For car campers, this includes GA, Quiet, and the newly added “Close Car Camping” that places your site in a premium location. Those with RVs can choose between hookups and no hookups, while tent-only options include GA and Forest camping. Further, “Easy Camping” is available for those flying in or who don’t have camping equipment, while Standard and Deluxe Jurassic Glamping also makes a return this year.
Will alcohol be sold?
Yes. Beer, wine and mixed drinks will be sold to those with a valid ID.
Is the venue ADA accessible?
The venue is accessible and there will be special viewing areas at the main stages for those with mobility limitations.