Annie Mac Presents: Lost & Found Festival 2020
Kicking off summer festival season
AMP Lost & Found Festival 2020 will no longer be taking place due to the ongoing spread of coronavirus. Ticket-holders will have the option to roll their tickets over to 2021's edition, set to take place from 29th April to 2nd May 2021. You can read the full statement from the festival here.
All Festicket customers will be contacted regarding next steps.
Annie Mac Presents: Lost & Found Festival has been kick starting summer festival season on Malta since 2015, and will once again be bringing its world class dance lineup to the Mediterranean island for the first May bank holiday of 2020.
Spread across open-air clubs, pool parties, boat parties, beach parties and even castle parties, Lost & Found is a sun-drenched dance paradise that takes in house and techno, grime, hip-hop and garage.
2020's lineup will feature the likes of Helena Hauff, Eats Everything, Patrick Topping, Seth Troxler, slowthai, and of course Annie Mac, on the beautiful shores of Malta.
And beyond the festival, you're on one of Europe's most incredible islands, complete with lush beaches, cultural ruins (Megalithic Temples), cute, romantic towns (Mdina) and some of the best views you'll ever see, such as the sunset from Ghajn Tuffieha Bay.
Malta is an archipelago made up of 3 major islands in the Mediterranean sea, and is home to less than half a million people.
St Paul's Bay, St Paul's Bay, Malta
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.
Minimum age is 18.
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.
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