Phoenix’s first Lost Lake Festival Oct. 20-22 will feature a glow-in-the-dark gaming area with life-sized billiards and other games. Coined The Lost Playground, the area will include a Giant Pool Table played with bowling balls; Colossal Croquet that will allow participants to follow their ball through the hoop; LED Table Tennis with lights that respond to the touch of the ball; and Mega Twister, a updated version of the longtime childhood favorite that will include lights, sound and a giant spinner. Festival organizers Superfly created The Lost Playground in collaboration with longtime Bonnaroo collaborator Walter Productions. “Lost Lake is one of the largest and most unique festival experiences in the state, and we wanted all aspects of the event, including the games, to reflect this,” Superfly co-founder Rick Farman said. Tickets are on sale for the Lost Lake Festival, which is being held at Steele Indian School Park.
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