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Lost Lands To Build Tunnel Connecting Campground And Festival

Lost Lands has again showcased its commitment to annual festival improvements, today announcing the beginning of construction on a tunnel that will connect its campground and main festival areas.

Last year, Excision’s hallmark bass festival grabbed headlines for building a footbridge over Route 13, the road that famously bisects its Legend Valley Campground site. This well-received short-term solution meant attendees could cross the street on their path to and from the festival without having to wait for periodic traffic stops.

Now, the new “Lost Lands tunnel project,” announced on Instagram today, will offer a “permanent solution” to the festival’s annual traffic woes with an “easy and stair-free crossing,” expected to make it easier for attendees with disabilities to travel between the campground and festival.

Organizers expect the project to be fully complete by the time headbangers return to Ohio for the three-day festival this September. Read their full statement below.

Lost Lands has a history of prioritizing attendee feedback and implementing improvements each year.

Back in January, the festival unveiled several changes fans can expect to notice this year, including a new third glamping location, contingency planning for “dust management” at the Grove Stage, expanded Club Cloaca programming, and additional shuttles to and from the south parking lot during peak hours.

Lost Lands will return to Thornville, Ohio’s Legend Valley Campground from September 20-22, 2024, with performances from Excision, Zeds Dead, Subtronics, DJ Snake, Wilkinson, and many more. A limited number of tickets are still available here.

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Peter Volpe

Journalism student at The Ohio State University with a passion for culture and fat basslines.

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