After every festival, we always update you with occurrences from medical issues, how many people were transported to the hospital, and even an unfortunate death, but thank goodness, that’s not today.
Excision’s first music festival, “Lost Lands,” is getting much-needed praise for its unbelievable production, and most importantly, no drug-related medical attention was needed.
Excision wrote on his Facebook page:
This weekend was absolutely amazing!! THANK YOU ALL SO MUCH!!!
We’ve heard nothing but positive feedback from all of the locals telling us how polite and respectful all of you were. Not only that, we all took care of each other, as we had zero drug related medical transports. Our bass community is such a positive force, thank you all so much for showing that to the people of Ohio.
We have a TON of video and audio content to go through. A lot of artists have been asking for copies of their sets to post so expect to see those soon!
I’ll be releasing full audio and video of my Lost Lands sets in the coming weeks!!
You’ve all given life to the bass filled prehistoric world we call Lost Lands. We have something really special here guys! I’m so excited to bring Lost Lands back next year bigger and better, thank you for being a part of this!
Stay tuned for info on Lost Lands 2018!!!
PS. We’ve got hundreds of notes for next year and will be posting many polls and questions to get all of your input soon 🙂
This shows us that if we are all responsible and take care of each other, anything can happen, and festivals can be labeled as “safe” again.
“Our bass community is such a positive force, thank you all so much for showing that to the people of Ohio.”
Everything went smoothly as possible, except for a minor volcanic eruption, but the bass-filled prehistoric wonderland will be back in 2018 with a “bigger and better” event.