Annie Mac Presents: Lost & Found Festival has been turning the island of Malta into a sun-kissed electronic paradise for the past three years.
Now one of Europe's best pre-summer parties, the music festival brings together the best of the UK dance scene, alongside sprinkles of grime and hip-hop, with 2018's lineup including Jamie xx, Bicep, J Hus and Mike Skinner.
Showcasing its diverse lineup across castle raves, boat parties and unique spaces, it's no wonder AMP Lost & Found has grown into one of the continent's most popular electronic getaways.
Malta is an archipelago made up of 3 major islands in the Mediterranean sea, and is home to less than half a million people.
Malta International Airport is in the south of the main island, and there are good transport links around all three of Malta's islands from there.
The main festival site will be at Numero Uno.
Shuttles depart from Cafe Del Mar and head directly to the pick up and drop off points at the festival site, before returning to Cafe Del Mar.
You will need to buy a shuttle wristband in advance to use this service.
Minimum age is 18.
There will be events running from each afternoon till the early hours of the next day. A full timetable will be released in the run-up to the festival.
With your wristband you can come and go to the festival site as you wish.
All pool parties are included in your ticket and take place at Cafe Del Mar – opening times, set times and full line-ups will be announced in the run-up to the festival.
If you are attending a boat party, please arrive 60 minutes before your boat is due to set sail. If you are attending a castle party, please arrive either 60 minutes before your boat sets sail, or 15 minutes before your bus departs.
It is also worth noting that you will not be able to attend both a boat party and a castle party on the same day due to the time overlap.
The airport is around a 35 minute drive from Qawra and Buggiba.
The average temperature on the island is 20 degrees in April. The festival still advise that you to bring a jacket for the evening and night though.
There are cash machines across the island of Malta where you can withdraw Euros as well as there being a Bureaux de Change in some hotels.
This festival is great for students. If you're planning on going to a festival as a student group, enquire here for extra help.