Three Years In The Making | Annie Mac Presents Lost & Found Festival 2022
The first acts for Malta’s leading music festival AMP Lost & Found have been announced, with Camelphat, The Blessed Madonna, Scratchclart and more confirmed to join curatorAnnie Macfor the 2022 edition. After three years out, AMP Lost & Found is poised for its biggest and most ambitious edition to date.
Offering a melting pot of genres that reflects Annie’s role as a major UK tastemaker, esteemed house and techno DJs Heidi, Saoirse, Paul Woolford, DJ Q and Octo Octa are also set to appear, as well as jungle revivalist Special Request and fast-rising talents Yung Singh, TSHA, HAAi, SHERELLE and LCY. Completing the first wave announcement are breakthrough rap talent ENNY, multi-hyphenate Shygirl, BBC Radio 1Xtra DJ Tiffany Calver, bass music favourite Chloé Robinson, ‘Tell Me Something Good’breakout star Ewan McVicar, Rinse FM mainstay Jyoty, BBC Radio 1’s Sarah Story and Syreeta. Not stopping there, DJ EZ is also returning to Lost & Found, following his viral Factory set at a previous edition of the festival that blew the crowd away.
Returning after a Covid-induced hiatus, the sixth edition of the festival will take place in Malta from 1st-4th June, shifting from its usual dates at the beginning of May to run across the UK’s Jubilee Weekend, a time of year that sees average highs of 28 degrees on the island. It boasts four days and four nights of distinguished Lost & Found parties made up of exceptional stage productions and sound systems. With performances set to take place across grand historical sites and remarkable open-air venues on the stunning Mediterranean island, audiences can expect a unique castle rave, electrifying beach, boat, and pool parties, plus a world-class nighttime site.
Expressing her feelings about the festival’s return, Annie Mac shares, “I am beyond thrilled to have Lost & Found return for its sixth year and am so excited about the guests, both familiar and new to Lost & Found, who will be joining me for 4 days & nights of incredible party energy. There is always a special family vibe and sense of togetherness across the festival that I cannot wait to revive.”
Becoming something of an institution on the island, AMP Lost & Found is hugely responsible for Malta’s rise in popularity as a music destination and now signals the start of summer. Putting a real focus on good vibes with a community feel, the event has become much-loved by the artists who attend and provides lifelong memories for those looking for adventure, affordability and a top-notch soundtrack spanning the spectrum of electronic and grime & UK hip hop. Offering the chance to party beneath the stars and neon lights, the island experiences 300 days of Sun and is steeped in history too, with ancient temples, fossil-studded cliffs, hidden coves and many more experiences to discover.