Humans and dinosaurs unite for a celebration of life and bass music. Headbang with life-size dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures.


Select from a wide range of ticket options like GA, VIP and a very limited Ultimate VIP package where you can meet Excision and other artists.


Car camp anywhere. Bring your daily driver or park an RV. If you don’t have camping gear, we’ll set you up with a sweet tent-ready campsite.


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Excision presents, the inaugural Lost Lands Festival! Join us for 3 days of camping, headbanging, dinosaurs and the heaviest bass on the planet. On Friday, September 29 through Sunday, October 1 2017, the historic Legend Valley Concert Venue in Thornville, Ohio will bear witness to this celebration of bass music and honor its fans with unforgettable experiences for many years to come.

Lost Lands Festival offers a range of ticket options to accommodate all of its fans’ budgets. General Admission is perfect for the festival goers who want nothing more than to immerse themselves in 500,000 watts of bass and join the ranks of a new prehistoric order for 3 full days. VIP Admission offers exclusive festival entrances, viewing areas and bars away from the crowds. Meanwhile, the luckiest headbangers who jump on the Ultimate VIP Lost Lands Experience will get to meet Excision and other artists, plus take home a one-of-a-kind merch bundle.

Legend Valley will also open its sprawling campgrounds to Lost Lands Festival for a one-of-a-kind festival camping experience. Up to 6 guests may share a GA Car + Tent Camping pass and get access to showers, bathrooms, food and vending over the course of the weekend.

All guests can also pre-order the Prehistoric Merch Bundle at checkout to save big on the Official Lost Lands T-Shirt, Pin and Excision drawstring bag, and get the exclusive pre-order colorway.

We can’t wait to show you what is in store for the first ever Lost Lands Festival! Be a part of Excision’s movement to unite bass music fans and transport them back in time to the Jurassic Era.