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From September 22nd to September 24th, bass is infiltrating Legend Valley in Ohio for Lost Lands Music Festival. Get ready for a weekend filled with some of the heaviest, wonkiest bass around. They have officially dropped their daily lineups, letting attendees plan their days with sets from Space Wizard, Netsky, Zingara, and the king himself, Excision

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Wednesday, September 20th

Lost Lands is kicking off on September 20th with multigenre artists Tynan, Runnit, and Crizzly, along with bass house from Blaize and riddim from Mikesh!ft. Of course, Wednesday has dubstep DJs including Chassi, Jvzmin, Hamdi, and Enigma Dubz, as well as Sully, Xotix, and GorillaT. ALGO, Beutnoise, Eazybaked, Khiva, Daggz, and YDG are set to bring all of the bass. 

Thursday, September 21st

Thursday is building anticipation for Lost Lands’ official three days with a variety of genres. Slang Dogs is delivering pumping hardstyle, Ghost In Real Life is playing melodic bass, and Afterthought and Shizzlo are bringing their hip-hop EDM blends. Dubstep producers Nitepunk, Codd Dubz, Ivory, Shan Aaron, and Dr. Ushuu are performing, as well as bass artist Ren Zukii, riddim creator Hukae, and multigenre artists Leotrix, High Zombie, and Oski.

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Friday, September 22nd

The legendary festival will officially kick off on Friday, September 22nd with artists like Ganja White Night, Black Tiger Sex Machine, and a two-hour set from Excision. Friday is filled with dubstep and bass artists who are known to throw down. Hi I’m Ghost, Wooli, HOL!, and Ray Volpe, along with Perry Wayne, Louiejayxx, and Space Wizard.

Experimental bass is taking over with sets from Tape B, Zingara, and VLCN while Bijou switches it up with house. 1991 and Kayzo are bringing the tempos up with their drum and bass and hardstyle. Blanke is also playing a drum and bass set with ‘Blanke Presents: ÆON:MODE.’

Three back-to-backs are going down including Au5 b2b Chime, Kompany b2b Calcium, and Jessica Audiffred b2b LAYZ. Ravenscoon, Kliptic, Bainbridge, Boombox Cartel, and many more are also performing on Friday.

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Saturday, September 23rd

Artists like Subtronics, Sullivan King, LSDream, and Hairitage are playing on the second day of Lost Lands. Drum and bass is getting the spotlight on Saturday with sets from Sub Focus, Netsky, REAPER, Dimension, Muzz, and Skellytn. Mt. Eden, Ivy Lab, Funtcase, and Koan Sound are also playing drum and bass sets. Borgore and Level Up are going back-to-back again following their first performance together at EDC. Bear Grillz b2b Riot Ten is also set to go down. 

ATLiens, Champagne Drip, Prolix, and Jon Casey are bringing the bass, along with dubstep from RZRKT, Bommer, and Muerte. DIESEL, Hydraulix, Frosttop, and Ace Aura, as well as from Stoned Level and Vastive are also included on the Saturday lineup. 

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Sunday, September 24th

Lost Lands will end on September 24th with a stacked lineup including Excision b2b Dion Timmer and Excision Detox b2b Liquid Stranger. Jiqui b2b SISTO, Virtual Riot b2b Barely Alive, and a huge b3b from Boogie T, Dirt Monkey, and Jantsen are going down. 

Adventure Club and Moore Kismet are bringing their melodic bass, as well as Crystal Skies and Trivecta. The last day is taking a different direction with several house sets. Artists like Acraze, Benson, and Wax Motif are bringing their club beats. KREAM, Dombresky, and a Stumpi set are also taking place. 

Opposite vibes are coming from SVDDEN DEATH and Kai Wachi, along with bass from JEANIE, Versa, and Whales, and dubstep from HEYZ, Benda, and Cyclops. Alleycvt, Kill The Noise, and Ian Snow adds experimental electronic music to Sunday’s lineup. 

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In less than three weeks, thousands of headbangers are coming together to party with the dinosaurs. Lost Lands Music Festival reigns as one of the biggest and most-anticipated bass festivals with over 100 acts. Now that Lost Lands’ daily lineups are out, who are your must-see DJs this year? 

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