Lost Lands' Organizers Are Constructing a Tunnel Between the Festival and Campgrounds

Last year they soared like pterodactyls. This year they’re digging for fossils.

After the recent reveal of the 2024 Lost Lands lineup, its organizers have returned with news of a major logistical upgrade, a permanent solution for attendees to safely navigate from the festival to the campgrounds.

We’ve been reporting on how much Lost Lands has grown and improved since its debut in 2017. Since finding their home at Legend Valley, Excision and his team have expanded the festival via new stages, production and walkways, but the highway separating the venue and its campgrounds has always presented a vexing challenge.

Organizers in 2023 helped ease the flow of foot traffic by constructing a large bridge over the highway, which eliminated the need to wait for police to stop cars from traveling down the busy road. They’re now constructing a tunnel underneath the highway that will connect Lost Lands’ venue and campgrounds without the need for stairs, so all can travel freely between the two areas without impeding traffic.

The new tunnel is currently under construction, according to Lost Lands, and should be ready before this year’s outing. You can read the official announcement below.

The next Lost Lands festival will take place September 20-22 at Legend Valley in Thornville, Ohio. Tickets are on sale now.

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