Q. Why LOST 2017? It’s not tied to any particular LOST milestone, right?
A. We knew we were doing LOST 2020 to commemorate the 10th anniversary of LOST’s finale. But six years seemed like a really long time to wait to get together again. Most of us (if not all of us) were already talking about how we wanted to go back to the island as soon as we could. So LOST 2017 was born.
I picked 2017 because it seemed like a good mid-way point between LOST 2014 and LOST 2020. It also gives enough time for planning (it took a year and a half to plan LOST 2014!). The date does have a LOST connection though … 10-8 is the final day of the event. 108.
Q. What type of events will there be at LOST 2017?
A. Click here to see the schedule. There’s a lot happening – so much that we expanded from a three day event to a four day event!
Q. Will a cast member be at LOST 2017?
A. The cast has been invited to LOST 2017. Their participation depends on several factors, including their schedules at the time (they may be busy filming movies, shows, etc.). If/when cast sign on I will update it here on the website and send out an email.
Q. What does my registration fee cover?
Your registration fee covers all events held by LOST 2017, with the exception of the filming location tours and the unofficial party at O’Toole’s.
Q. Where will LOST 2020 be held?
A. LOST 2020 will be held in Honolulu, Hawaii to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the series finale of LOST.
Q. I’d like to volunteer for LOST 2017. How can I help out?
A. First and foremost, thank you! I’m always looking for volunteers to help on-site in Hawaii. I’m collecting names and emails and will be in touch as we get closer to the event with more information. Please email me and I’ll be in touch. Thanks again!
Have other questions? Send me an email!