A famous BBC Radio 1 host has just changed the festival game...

Introducing Annie Mac's curated line up for the "Lost & Found Festival" in the beautiful mediterranean island, Malta. The sold out, all-star roster includes Duke Dumont, Green Velvet, Ten Walls (Live), Tiga, Dusky, Eats Everything, Jamie Jones, Jackmaster, Route 94, Skream and Annie Mac & friends. Just added last week are british hit makers Breach and Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs. This three day festival puts other events to shame - it's a must-attend for house music fans that prefer a getaway with their festival experience. Annie Mac expressed her excitement regarding this unique, anticipated event on the official Lost & Found Festival website:

Annie Mac writes on the event's website, "I’m delighted to announce my first ever AMP Festival. I’ll be heading to Malta over Easter weekend for three days of music and merrymaking. 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.," Mac continued. "It’s going to be a very special weekend."

The festival, which will contain a multitude of pool parties, boat parties, and nighttime open air raves, kicks off on April 3rd and proceeds through the 5th. Head to the official Lost & Found website to book the house getaway of your dreams, and check out the flyer of performers below.

Written by Desiree Ann.