Excision’s Lost Lands Music Festival just revealed its 2022 lineup, and the festival once again has an impressive selection of dubstep and bass music from top to bottom.
Lost Lands Music Festival is the heaviest electronic music festival in the world. The lineup for Lost Lands 2022 was just announced, and it features many of the festival’s iconic headliners as well as a diverse mix of artists on the undercard.
Started by Excision in 2017, Lost Lands 2022 is scheduled for September 23-25 in Legend Valley, Ohio. The festival will be headlined by bass music’s biggest names like Knife Party, LSDream, Illenium, Modestep, Pendulum, Rusko, Space Laces, Subtronics, and SVDDEN DEATH.
Last year’s Lost Lands was one of the festival’s best years yet, with the smaller stages and late-night afterparties being particularly memorable. Lost Lands Music Festival 2022 tickets are available now.
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Lost Lands Music Festival is bringing back many familiar names like Barely Alive, Dion Timmer, Eptic, G Jones, Herobust, Kill The Noise, Kompany, Marauda, Virtual Riot, and Wooli.
Excision will play three sets, including a detox set and a b2b with Sullivan King. Other returning artists include ATLiens, Black Tiger Sex machine, Calcium, Kai Wachi, Rezz, Riot Ten, and Troyboi. Madeon will be playing a DJ set for his first-ever appearance at Lost Lands.
While the headlining artists are always amazing, the most underrated part of Lost Lands is the smaller names on the lineup.
There’s countless styles of dubstep at Lost Lands, with some of our most anticipated artists being Ace Aura, Ahee, Au5, Bandlez, Chee, Computa, Eliminate, Fransis Derelle, G-Space, High Zombie, Infekt, Jiqui, Jkyl & Hyde, Leotrix, Oddprophet, Soltan, Stoned Level, SYZY, Teminite, Ubur, Whales, and Wodd. Some of the most unique sets will come from Papa Khan, A Hundred Drums, Tsuruda, and KJ Sawka. We’re also looking forward to some trap from Hekler, Ghost In Real Life, LYNY, Stooki Sound, and Imanu.
Lost Lands is known as a dubstep festival, but they’ve started to bring out more genres like drum n bass, house music, trap, and hard dance.
For drum n bass, Dieselboy, Downlink, A.M.C, TC, and Justin Hawkes can’t be missed. There’ll also be some house sets from Codes, Taiki Nulight, and more. Lost Lands will also host hardcore and hardstyle for the first time from Lil Texas and Darksiderz.
Tickets to Lost Lands start at $350, and camping spots start at $150. If you’re into the heavier styles of electronic music, Lost Lands can’t be missed.