Lost Lands Releases Ticket and Camping Info for 2022 Edition

Lost Lands 2021
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Will you be heading to party with the dinosaurs at Lost Lands this year? Tickets, camping passes, and more go on sale January 21!

After bass music lovers from near and far descended upon Legend Valley in Ohio for the latest edition of Lost Lands only one question was left in many of their minds – “when can we go back?” Earlier this month, Excision announced the dates for the festival’s return on September 23-25, this year but information on tickets and camping passes lingered. Tonight, that changed as the website was updated to include new information before tickets go on sale Friday, January 21.

For tickets, here’s the rundown. GA passes for Lost Lands begin at the Tier 1 price of $270 and will arrive with a pair of high-fidelity earplugs so you don’t lose your hearing when the bass hits your face at full blast. Anyone looking to upgrade their experience should consider VIP, which starts at the Tier 1 price of $450 and provides access to themed VIP viewing areas, an expedited entry lane to the festival grounds, bathrooms with AC, and exclusive food and alcohol vendors.

Related: Want to know what Lost Lands has to offer? Check out our review from the most recent edition to find out!

Those planning on camping this year have a number of different options to choose from. For car campers, this includes GA, Quiet, and the newly added “Close Car Camping” that places your site in a premium location. Those with RVs can choose between hookups and no hookups, while tent-only options include GA and Forest camping. Further, “Easy Camping” is available for those flying in or who don’t have camping equipment, while Standard and Deluxe Jurassic Glamping also makes a return this year.

If you want to get to Lost Lands even earlier to soak in the prehistoric vibes, then early arrival passes for Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday are the move to make for you and your crew. And anyone not planning to get down and dirty in the campsites shouldn’t fret either because hotel, parking, and Dino Express or Long Haul shuttle passes are available for you as well.

Those who registered their Lost Lands wristbands in 2021 will receive an email in the coming days with a unique, one-time-use discount code that will save $25 on their purchase that includes festival admission. These codes are only valid for 48 hours and will expire on Sunday, January 23 at 3pm EST.

Tickets and camping passes for Lost Lands 2022 go on-sale Friday, January 21 at 3pm EST (12pm PST) with payment plans available to help split the cost up. Head over to their website for more details and to make your purchase!

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