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Excision’s Lost Lands Festival is Going to Be an Insane Dubstep Heaven

Lost Lands Festival

Excision has long been teasing at his planned bass-centric festival for awhile now, billed as an experience made for bassheads, by bassheads. Now, we finally have all the information for Lost Lands in hand, and it’s everything fans possibly could have hoped for. Headlined by three days of Excision’s Paradox stage, a special b2b set with Datsik, and a Destroid reunion performance, we feel safe in saying that this will be the bass experience of a lifetime. As for the specifics, courtesy of the official website:


Lost Lands Music Festival

WHO: Excision and friends.
WHAT: A bass music and camping festival of prehistoric proportions.
WHERE: Legend Valley Concert Venue, Thornville, OH USA.
WHEN: Thursday Sept. 28 – Sunday Oct. 1, 2017.
WHY: Because dinosaurs.

It’s not just all about Excision though, as the rest of the lineup is a veritable who’s who of the bass genre, featuring Seven Lions, Zeds Dead, 12th Planet, Illenium, Snails, Rezz, Dion Timmer, and so many more. We even get taste of Seattle, with KJ Sawka holding it down for the Northwest with a live set of his own, in addition to performing with Destroid, and hosting a special production workshop with ill.Gates.

“Humans and dinosaurs unite for a celebration of life and dubstep,” the official description reads, as we prepare to “headbang with life-size dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures.” Lost Lands will be a camping festival, with prices for the lowest tier sitting at just $49. As for tickets, sales kick off June 15, while presales have already begun (code is “headbanger”). Prices sit as low as $129 for all three days, and also include a free set of earplugs, and a commemorative wristband.

You can peep the rest of the information on the official Lost Lands website here, and the full lineup below! In the meantime, gear up, bassheads — this one’s going to get filthy.

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