Lost & Found Festival 2020
Lost & Found Festival is an annual celebration of some of the best acts that electronic music has to offer, carefully curated by Radio One host and top DJ Annie Mac. Situated in the stunning St Paul's Bay resort of Malta, as well as in surrounding areas for the famous Castle Rave, Beach Party as well as wavy boat parties, Lost and Found Festival is so much more than a festival, it's a holiday experience.
Annie Mac Presents has garnered some serious support since it's inception, and so it should have, as the brand has delivered some of the biggest lineups in the clubbing scene, with her own festival being no exception. Acts taking to Malta year after year have included Eats Everything, Artwork, Solardo, Camelphat, My Nu Leng, Mella Dee, Peggy Gou, Mall Grab, AJ Tracey, J Hus, Dave and more.
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Please make sure you print and bring along all of your etickets for any extra parties such as the Beach, Castle & Boat Parties & for RFID Advance Credit purchased when you first arrive at the festival accreditation. They will all be loaded onto your Contactless Wristband for your convenience.
Age Restriction: 18+
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St Paul's Bay, San Pawl il-Baħar, Malta
With venues for Lost & Found being short drives through the stunning Maltese coastal line, there’s plenty of opportunities to see the island in all its glory in between partying. Offering not only some of Malta’s premier clubbing venues such as Cafe Del Mar - with its outdoor infinity pool overlooking the ocean - as well as the incredible multi-stage Club Uno, Lost and Found also utilises some of the most unique and exciting venues in their castle rave, beach party and boat parties all in the Northern region of St Paul’s Bay.