Annie Mac announces new Malta festival w/ Duke Dumont, Eats Everything, and more

Lost and Found Festival

This April, the beautiful Mediterranean island of Malta is set to welcome a new festival to the European scene. Annie Mac, Radio 1’s discerning femme fatale and resident queen of dance music, presents Lost & Found – a festival that will showcase a selection of today’s top and up-and-coming DJ talent.

Notable acts that have been confirmed for the 3-day party, from April 3-5th, includes chart-topper Duke Dumont, Canadian hip hop wonder Kaytranada, Hot Natured’s Jamie Jones, legendary reggae master David Rodigan MBE, and of course the boss-lady herself, Annie Mac. More acts are being added by the day, so stay tuned for a full list of up-to-date confirmed artists on their site.

Though Lost & Found’s locale say seem curious to some, Malta presents itself as a high-end yet affordable alternative to the now saturated Mediterranean music scene of Ibiza. Perspective festival attendees will be happy to hear that flights to the exotic island are relatively low-cost and venues will be easy to reach via bus and taxi. Combine that with the fact that hotels are extremely reasonable – around £15 a night per person (Book your travel now, conveniently through our travel booking agent, in partnership with Featuring a total of 8 core venues, there will be beach and boat parties from sunup to sundown.

A mixture of battle-tested promoters from the UK and Malta worked to pull together Annie Mac Presents Lost & Found Festival for this fresh new festival, including The Warehouse ProjectSound ChannelDrop the MustardMetropolisFresh Events,Lights Out and Annie Mac herself.

General admission tickets went live earlier this week here – earlybird tickets come in a £69 and second release will run you £89. We can’t wait to see you there!

Written by FestPop Staff Writer

Fitz Maro

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