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Lost Lands 2017 Live Stream Is Live Now: Watch Here

The Lost Lands 2017 live stream is finally alive. We have waited almost an entire year leading up to this glorious moment. Excision's year own wonderland of bass has been teased countless times over the last several months. First came the initial announcement, then the line up drop and of course News that the Executioner main stage would be the pinnacle of the event. Then news of theLost Lands 2017 live stream came and all of us who could not attend could rejoice.

Lost Lands 2017 Live Stream Goes Live

Below you can finally take your first peek at the glory that is Lost Lands 2018 via the Lost Lands 2017 live stream. We have embedded it in the site so you can watch all night long if you please.

This event is special for many reasons. Mainly the line up featuring only artists prominent in the bass community is the draw. Last night, while not featured on the Lost Lands 2017 live stream, Excision went B2B with almost half of the line up during the pre-party. Even Datsik made an appearance around 2 a.m. when things started to get extra rowdy. So the one question that remains is what should we expect from Lost Lands 2018 live stream tonight?

Lost Lands 2018 Live Stream: What to Expect

The main draw of the Lost Lands 2017 live stream is the amount of surprises that are sure to ensue. While we already made clear that last night was a dubstep lovers dream come true, it really was only a warm up. The bass community is a tight knit group, so you know collabs will be debuted and B2Bs will happen whether you are ready or not. The main stage also brings the draw of different artists getting to play with the Executioner set up. All in all the Lost Lands 2017 live stream might be the best thing to check out this weekend.

Lost Lands 2017 live stream

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