You may not’ve seen or heard much of LOST Festival… but there’s a reason for that. Since it’s debut, the illusive fest has kept its cool when it comes to location and format. But rumour is rife as 2016’s LOST approaches and we can’t wait to find out more!
Hosted in a secret woodland location a short while from London, festival goers are asked to aboard the LOST coach with no phones intact. Social media discouraged, its what makes this festival unique. Not only will you not have to endure various insta uploads of skinny pins in eKat suits or tweet-upon-tweet-upon-retweet of ‘that band’ on the main stage, you can relax in the fact you’ll not be disappointed by its hedonistic and organic approach to a genuinely good weekend.
As you approach the festival you’ll enter a ‘Limbo’ stage. Overalls provided, you’ll be fully immersed in to a live art escapade. Art is a big focus at this festival, enjoy your own art among the talents of others. Alice Kilkenny will be creating incredible visual installations fresh from her recent work with Sting, and John Costi will be showcasing inimitable art and spoken word alongside Daniel J Norie and Tom Spicer, both of equal and formidable talent.
With Rob Da Bank taking time out of his busy schedule, he sets the tone for the weekends musical line up. Following suit, expect expert behaviour from the likes of the B.A.R.E crew, Siente and Afrobuddah providing delicious disco fuel.
Good food stalls and characterful bars play a strong role in the weekends activities, as do cosy cinema tipi’s and beautifully lit tree-houses, making the whole experience one to remember.
Boarding a blacked out coach to the unknown with no phone may sound daunting to some, but to the experimental soul, LOST is a chance to unleash your inhibitions and escape for the weekend, we’ll meet you in the woods.
August 20th-21st 2016
Final tier tickets are on sale here.