BBC Radio 1 presenter Annie Mac takes her Lost & Found brand to the island of Malta this year, for a festival that promises to rival the likes of popular party destinations such as Ibiza and Croatia.
With a line-up that consists of nothing else but the perfection you’d expect from Annie Mac, sunny beaches and sold-out tickets, Hit The Floor will be visiting the island to give you the low-down on what to expect.
You can expect everything from new talents such as Hannah Wants, Patrick Topping and Paleman to the heavyweight pioneers of the dance music industry Eats Everything, Duke Dumont and the lady herself, Annie Mac.
Set across the eight core venues, by adding in the mix of hotels from £15 a night, beach parties, boat parties and leading promoters in the industry such as The Warehouse Project and Lights Out, you can expect to have an amazing experience.
Speaking on the project, Annie said:
“Having attended festivals all my life, I did not enter into this project lightly. I’ve worked with the team involved for 10 years now, we’ve visited Malta, toured the event spaces and hotels, and all worked together to curate what i think is an incredible line‐up. Expect boat parties, beach parties, night-time open air raves and plenty of AMP surprises!
After visiting the island it was unequivocal it should be the home of our AMP festival; it’s extremely
beautiful and the people there are so warm and welcoming. It’s going to be a very special weekend.”
You can expect to check back to Hit The Floor in a month, when we’ll be posting a full review of the event.
Lost & Found Festival takes place over the weekend 3rd – 5th April, in Malta. For further information and the full line-up, head over to the website: http://www.lostandfoundfestival.co.uk