Love and Gratitude for the magic moments and the euphoric energy with which you charged LOST THEORY 2015! We want to thank YOU; the greatest decoration and the best beat is what you cosmic creatures bring to us!
Gates open at 10am Monday morning!
It's here, let's get together and get LOST! Mind expanding music, culture and creativity colliding and abundant natural beauty, all await you. Come celebrate our fifth and finest Lost Theory yet! See you on dance floor!
For Lost Theory, Tripoteca has prepared a best-of selection of its current edition, that will be split into two main themes: “Meta-Fun” (a roller-coaster of astral humor) and "Introspective Journey" (seriously insightful gems) filled with animated short films ranging from 25 countries.
They are bringing to Lost Theory a series of talks, workshops and interactive sessions about the topics we care about most: health and wellness, ecology, spirituality, herbal medicine, shamanism, tantra, permaculture and much more...
We are proud to invite you for the 2nd international Permaculture Design Course during the build-up of Lost Theory festival. An all round experienced team of teachers will introduce a way of sustainable living and teach you to observe nature by these principles.
To honour 5 incredible years of Lost Theory in Croatia we are releasing a triple cd, showcasing highlights of the finest psytrance the festival has had to offer. Festival goers' will have the opportunity to buy the cd at the festival, before we release it officially through the webshop.
Check out new page with integrated service of Rome2Rio to find the best way to get Lost.
Ayurvedic food close to the dance floor
This year you will have the chance to feed your body with full power Ayurvedic food - served close to the main dance-floor! We will convert the old wooden structure into the Lost Theory chakra bar, which will be hosted by 3 Krishna devotees cooking delightful meals for any and all.
Shrine On will decorate the Temple Of Consciousness. His creations have a pronounced natural feel and his shrines (little temples) are what would have happened if Jules Verne, Salvador Dali & Antoni Gaúdi would have ever worked together on a bohemian building project.