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Lost Lake Music Festival in Phoenix announces 2018 lineup

Apr 25, 2018, 12:41 PM | Updated: May 1, 2018, 1:49 pm
(Photo by Matt Sayles/Invision/AP)...
(Photo by Matt Sayles/Invision/AP)
(Photo by Matt Sayles/Invision/AP)

PHOENIX — The Lost Lake Music Festival in Phoenix announced its 2018 lineup on Wednesday and Imagine Dragons, Future, the Chainsmokers and SZA will be headlining the event.

Tickets go on sale Friday and range from $189.50 for general admission for the weekend to $599.50 for the best VIP package. The event also has a 10 percent discount for students and a layaway purchasing option.

The festival is from Oct. 19 to 21 at Steele Indian School Park near Indian School Road and Central Avenue.

Electronic music-duo The Chainsmokers made a name for themselves with a number of hit singles, including “Closer” and the Coldplay-assisted “Something Just Like This.”

Meanwhile, R&B singer-songwriter SZA has been riding the success of her breakout 2017 album “CTRL” which sold over a million copies and earned her multiple Grammy nominations.

Other notable names include hip-hop legend Nas, saxophone phenom Kamasi Washington and local alt-rock act Jimmy Eat World.

Lost Lake organizers said in March that they would be returning to the Valley after a successful inaugural year that saw more than 50 musical performances and 45,000 festival goers.

Superfly, the same company that created Tennessee’s famed Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival and the Outside Lands Music Festival in San Francisco, is putting on Lost Lake.

The festival’s website will be updated frequently.

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Lost Lake Music Festival in Phoenix announces 2018 lineup