Annie Mac presents Lost & Found in Malta

Carl Craig, Duke Dumont, Eats Everything, Green Velvet, Jamie Jones, and more

By Scott Williams | Published: Thu 20th Nov 2014

Lost & Found Festival 2015 - Annie Mac
Photo credit: Jamie Licence / Tor Jones

Lost & Found Festival 2015

Friday 3rd to Sunday 5th April 2015
Limits of Rabat, Rabat, Malta MAP
Daily capacity: 6,000

Radio One DJ and broadcaster Annie Mac is to launch a new festival on the Mediterranean island of Malta. Lost & Found-festival will showcase a selection of established and up-and-coming DJs across a three-day exploration of electronic music.

The line-up for the festival which takes place from Friday 3rd to Sunday 5th April 2015 and offers a dance-focused line-up on the outskirts of Rabat includes Carl Craig, Duke Dumont, Eats Everything, Green Velvet, Jamie Jones, Kaytranada, Kerri Chandler, The Martinez Brothers, MK, Ten Walls, Tiga, Artwork, Benji B, B.Traits, Cajmere, Catz N Dogz, Chris Lorenzo, David Rodigan, DJ Ez, Doorly, Dusky, Hannah Wants, Heidi, Jackmaster, Julio Bashmore, Mele, Monki, My Nu Leng, Oneman, Paleman, Patrick Topping, Paul Woolford, Redlight, Route94, Shadow Child, Shy FX, Skream, Special Request, Toddla T, Virgil Abloh, Carl Bee, Barely Legal, Ed Norris, GotSome, Greg Lord, Hackett, Krysko, Kurupt FM, and North Base.

Set across 8 core venues, with beach parties and boat parties conveniently located a stone’s throw from one another, revellers can party from dusk till dawn, on land or at sea, without having to negotiate long distances back to their accommodation. A festival transport service will also be operating around the island, further enabling attendees to easily travel between all venues.

Speaking on the project, Annie said, "Having attended festivals all my life, I did not enter into this project lightly. I've worked with the team involved for 10 years now, we've visited Malta, toured the event spaces and hotels, and all worked together to curate what i think is an incredible line-up. Expect boat parties, beach parties, night time open air raves and plenty of AMP surprises!

"After visiting the island it was unequivocal it should be the home of our AMP festival; it’s extremely beautiful and the people there are so warm and welcoming. It’s going to be a very special weekend."

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Strictly over 18s only.

Early bird tickets are priced at £69, and available from 9am tomorrow, Friday 20th November.

Nearby there's a selection of reasonably priced hotels with a price tag of just £14.99 per person, per night. Additionally, low-cost flights regularly travel to and from Malta with taxis and buses providing easy travel to and from the festival location.

Malta is an island in the middle of the Mediterranean, and getting there is easy with up to 20 direct flights a day from the UK as well as many more indirect options travelling via mainland Europe. Direct flights are available from: London (Gatwick, Heathrow, Luton & Stansted), Belfast, Birmingham, Bournemouth, Bristol, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds Bradford, Liverpool, Manchester, and Newcastle upon Tyne.

Annie Mac Presents Lost & Found Festival has been created by a set of established promoters based in the UK and Malta - The Warehouse Project, Sound Channel, Drop the Mustard, Metropolis, Fresh Events, Lights Out and Annie Mac herself.

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