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Lost Lands Music Festival has announced that a permanent tunnel connecting campgrounds and festival grounds is under construction. The tunnel has been projected to be completed for this year’s edition and will not have any stairs, making it more accessible. The connection between the grounds will make the festival a better experience all around – from entrance to exit. 

Attendees have supported the project with many noting that Lost Lands raises standards with its consistent improvements. Excision’s team intentionally makes annual updates to enhance Lost Lands based on fans’ feedback. Installing the tunnel is another example of their commitment to supporters.

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A temporary pedestrian bridge was installed for last year’s Lost Lands, but the tunnel will be a long-term solution for high foot and vehicle traffic. It will run under Highway 13 in Thornville. Supporters have also pointed out that it will positively impact Legend Valley as a venue. The grounds have also been home to Secret Dreams, Everwild Music Festival, and more.

The festival also teased another “major announcement” coming soon, leading to speculation about additional updates to the event. There has not been any official confirmation about what is to come, so keep up with Lost Lands for more details.

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Photo by Luis Colato

Lost Lands is preparing for its 2024 edition from September 20th to the 22nd. The festival, founded by Excision and run by Excision Presents, has been running since 2017. Dubstep lovers are transported back to the prehistoric era as they listen to music from artists like Zeds Dead, Deathpact, Level Up, and more. 

The festival is close to selling out and passes for this year are still available on its official website. Get ready for a weekend of bass and watch the official Lost Lands 2024 trailer. 

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