As Lost’s final episode inches closer to TV screens, a series of official ‘finale’ events have been planned, primarily in New York and Los Angeles, according to Variety.
Lost executive producer Carlton Cuse apparently Tweeted last week that one event, called “Lost Live: The Final Celebration,” will take place at UCLA’s Royce Hall on May 13th.
ABC hasn’t announced “Lost Live: The Final Celebration”, but it’s believed to be a fundraiser. The event is scheduled to feature a live orchestra conducted by Oscar winner Michael Giacchino, who serves as Lost’s composer.
Lost’s series finale will also be screened for The Final Celebration’s audience, with several cast members and producers in attendance.
Additionally, Upright Citizens Brigade member Paul Scheer is planning celebrations at in New York and Los Angeles, which may feature Lost cast members, along with celebrity fans. Those events are expected to take place on the eve of Lost’s finale, May 22nd.
Fans who can’t make it to the finale events can catch the finale events on TV May 23rd, starting with a two-hour Lost retrospective, followed by the two-hour Lost series finale, and then a special Lost-themed edition of Jimmy Kimmel Live on late night TV.