Radio 1 DJ and broadcaster, Annie Mac has announced a star-studded line-up for this year’s Malta-based Lost & Found festival.
Following the success of last year, which saw tickets for the first-time event sell out in a matter of days, Annie Mac Presents Lost & Found Festival is set to return to the Mediterranean island of Malta from 31st March – 3rd April 2016.
Curated by Mac herself, the Spring festival will run across four days, welcome headliners such as Disclosure (DJ set), Mark Ronson and Hudson Mohawke, Seth Troxler, Stormzy, DJ EZ, Eats Everything, Maya Jane Coles and The Martinez Brothers. Mac will also be on DJ duties.
Speaking of the project, Mac said:
“I’ve been doing parties for ten years now. From the pool parties in Palm Springs, to showcases in scuzzy bars in Austin, Texas to sunset parties at Ibiza’s Dalt Vila to stages at Miami’s Ultra Music festival to the many line-ups I have put together for AMP arena’s at UK festivals across the UK. I have welcomed a huge range of fascinating electronic artists from Jamie XX to Kelis to Four Tet, Major Lazer to Jessie Ware to Danny Brown, the list goes on and on and it all leads to this. AMP Lost and Found encapsulates everything up to this date.
The festival is designed to showcase the heavyweight acts next to the brand new, providing an interesting mix of music with something for everyone to connect with. Disclosure will make their Malta debut for AMP Lost & Found 2016, alongside the legendary DJ EZ – who will return after causing quite a storm with his set last year. Dance-floor favourites Seth Troxler, Eats Everything and Martinez Brothers are also billed and Mark Ronson playing B2B with Hudson Mohawke will be unmissable – whilst Stormzy, Logan Sama, Lady Leshurr and Charlie Sloth will be flying the flag for the hip hop and grime spectrum of the festival. […] Altogether it’s a wonderful motley crue of my favourite DJs and artists in electronic music today and I’m so very proud to present it to you. Bring on AMP Lost And Found 2016.”
Mac has worked with a number of event organisers – including established promoters; The Warehouse Project, Sound Channel, Drop the Mustard, Metropolis, Fresh Events and Lights Out – to offer festival-goers the true Maltese experience.
The event’s official travel partners, Experience Malta are also delivering an all-encompassing travel package, which includes new official hotel rooms that are available from just £17.99 per person per night and affordable flights to and from the UK and Europe.
Pre-sale tickets are set to go on sale at 9am on Wednesday 13th October along with Experience Malta packages. Meanwhile, general sale tickets will be going live at 9am on Thursday 14th October.
For more information, check out the website.