The festival starts on 13th April. The last main festival day is Sunday the 16th of April; the event will run into the morning of the 17th at around 4am.
There are festival events running from each afternoon until the early hours of the next day. Full details of the programme and times will be released in advance of the festival. Keep an eye out for emails and Facebook updates. To not miss a thing, sign up to the mailing list at the bottom of this page!
We’ll keep the website updated with all line up announcements and day by day breakdowns will be available before you travel with full set times in the programme. Keep an eye on our Facebook and Twitter.
Yes, with your wristband you can go to and from the festival site and in to each venue as much as you like.
Wristbands will only be issued once and broken / lost wristbands will not be replaced. Please look after them!
The festival will be held at Numero Uno on the island of Malta.
Standard tickets are available from £85 plus booking fee. VIP tickets are available for £149 plus booking fee. More information here
Your festival ticket gets you into the huge welcome party, pool parties, day time parties and night-time events.
Please contact Ticketarena directly. This must be done 4 weeks prior to the event.
Please contact Ticketarena directly. If you require us to re-send your ticket(s), please send an e-mail to Hello@lostandfoundfestival.co.uk including your Order ID and we can assist.
Unfortunately all tickets are non-transferable and we are unable to offer any refunds for tickets no longer needed.
Bring your new card & some ID with you and a letter / bill that matches your account’s address and you will be fine.
It’s not possible to transfer the names on the tickets so you will be unable to get in to the festival without the person who has bought the tickets, who must also have with them valid ID.
If you are going to the festival with the person that has booked your ticket, then you will need to arrive together. The debit/credit card used to purchase both tickets will need to be presented, along with valid ID and your ticket.
If the person that booked your ticket is not present at the festival, you will need to photocopy the card that was used to purchase the ticket and bring this to the festival. (Please be sure to block out all card details except the last 4 digits of the card number and the full name of the cardholder) You will also require a letter from the cardholder explaining you had permission to use the card and collect the tickets. Bring both these items along with your ticket and valid ID to the festival.
AMP Lost & Found is an 18+ only event and you will need ID to prove your age to guarantee entry.
Please bring your ticket, the card you purchased the ticket with and valid photo ID.
For a truly unforgettable festival experience, we have a host of extra festival treats for you! Have you ever wanted to rave in a 500 year old Castle or party in the Mediterranean Sea…?
You’ll be able to catch your favourite DJ performing a very special set in the Mediterranean Sea! Boat parties will be departing from within walking distance to all of the recommended AMP Lost & Found hotels from www.experiencemalta.co.uk. Boat party tickets can be purchased as an optional extra.
Please arrive 60 minutes before your boat sets sail. *IF YOU ARE ATTENDING A CASTLE PARTY, YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO MAKE EITHER BOAT PARTY ON THE SAME DAY*
Castle Raves take place in an ancient Maltese castle, with a picturesque view over Rabat. This year’s castle raves takes place on Saturday, from midday until 7pm. Castle raves can be purchased as an optional extra in addition to your festival wristband. Your castle rave ticket includes return transport to the venue, departing from Café del Mar.
Castle Rave line-up: Annie Mac. Eats Everything. Kölsch (DJ Set). Abandon Silence.
Please arrive 15 minutes before your bus departs. *IF YOU ARE ATTENDING A CASTLE PARTY, YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO MAKE EITHER BOAT PARTY ON THE SAME DAY*
Visit our official travel provider Experience Malta, who offer a range of hotels to suit all budgets. Our recommended hotels are located within walking distance of Qawra and Buggiba in the St Paul’s bay area and are close to the official festival shuttle pick up point. Cafe Del Mar hosts the official AMP Lost & Found Pool parties. Experience Malta have rooms across the island, but these areas will be most convenient and nearest to the action!
If you’re located elsewhere across the island and would like information about how to get to the festival site then we’d recommend using taxis to get there as public transport doesn’t run regularly to the area. Use Cafe Del Mar as your point of reference, as all festival shuttles depart from here.
Camping is not available on site. However we have a range of accommodation including fantastic deals on apartments and hotels. Book through out official travel partner Experience Malta.
We will have an English speaking team available and we’ll provide an emergency contact number should you need to speak to anyone to help with any issues you may have in Malta.
Times for individual hotels/apartments vary, and can be found out by contacting Experience Malta or your accommodation directly.
Most of the hotel rooms come with safety deposit boxes in the rooms although some do require a nominal fee for their use. More information is available on safety deposit boxes at individual hotels when booking.
Malta has great connections, with all major UK airports flying directly into Malta having up to 20 direct flights a day from the UK as well as many more indirect options travelling via mainland Europe – these can all be booked with our Official Travel Partner, Experience Malta.
Malta has one airport, Malta International. Experience Malta fly direct to the airport from across the UK and many mainland European destinations.
Flights booked through Experience Malta offer the best deals direct to Malta from a range of UK and mainland European airports. You can opt for flight only or choose a package and incorporate hotel, airport transfers and festival shuttle.
Festival Shuttles depart from Cafe Del Mar and head directly to the pick up / drop off points at the festival site, before returning to Cafe Del Mar
Once you’ve purchased your Festival Shuttle ticket, you will just need to collect your wristband when you arrive in the Qawra and Buggiba area. We’ll send full information about where and when you can collect this in our information pack. Your wristband entitles you to travel on all festival shuttles to and from the nighttime festival site.
Tickets are available to buy on our Experience Malta when you book flights and accommodation*
*Shuttle bus price may vary subject to changes in exchange rates
Simply visit our official travel provider Experience Malta and enter the date you wish to book an airport transfer and your flight number. Please note that airport transfers are only available to those who have booked accommodation through Experience Malta’s booking platform.
You would need to catch two buses, one to Valetta and then on to Qawra and Buggiba in St Paul’s Bay. We’d recommend using Experience Malta’s airport transfer service.
You will be pre-advised by Experience Malta staff who will leave you a “YOUR FLIGHT HOME” letter at your accommodation 48hrs before departure with the details and time of your pickup for your return journey home.
All of our airport transfers pick up from outside the arrivals terminal transporting you directly to your hotel. A representative holding a sign for Experience Malta will be waiting for you to escort you to your transfer.
Transfers back to the airport pick you up from your hotel around 3 hours before your flight departs. Full details will be sent to you in advance of your travel.
Malta International Airport is located around 17km or a 35 minute drive from Qawra and Buggiba.
We require the flight numbers which correspond to your flights in and out of Malta.
Examples of flight numbers for various airlines:
British Airways: BA2644
Thomas Cook Airlines: TCX2046
The festival shuttle bus is an unlimited shuttle bus service which runs from Cafe Del Mar to the festival site and back.
Festival Shuttles depart from Cafe Del Mar and head directly to the pick up / drop off points at the festival site, before returning to Cafe Del Mar.
The shuttle runs on a continuous loop, operating times below:
Shuttle Operating Times:
Friday 14th April 2017 : 12:00 – 05:00
Saturday 15th April 2017: 20:00 – 05.00
Sunday 16th April 2017: 20:00 – 05.00
Festival shuttle passes are available here
The festival shuttle is the easiest and cheapest way to get around the festival. Cafe Del Mar (where the pool parties take place) is within walking distance of the hotels and apartments located in St Paul’s Bay, however the main festival arena is located a short drive from Cafe Del Mar. Therefore you will need transport to get to the main festival site. Taxis will be available, but these are sometimes costly and are not as frequent. The shuttle service will save you time, money and hassle!
Keep your eyes peeled, as we’ll be revealing the line-ups for our Pool Parties and Castle Raves nearer the time
All pool parties are included in the festival ticket.
All pool parties take place at Cafe Del Mar – opening times, set times and full line-ups will be announced soon.
The average temperature on the island is 20 degrees in April, so should be perfect weather! We still advise you to bring a jacket for the night time.
There are a number of other towns across the island, however the festival shuttle service will only depart from Bugibba/St Paul’s – we would therefore recommend being as close to this part of the island as possible.
Have a look here for details of where St Paul’s Bay is located and what to do.
The festival is located about 11km from St Paul’s Bay, where we recommend staying for Lost & Found.
We wouldn’t recommend attempting to walk to the festival. There will be a festival shuttle service in operation from Cafe del Mar to and from the festival site each evening.
Malta is one hour ahead of the UK (GMT) – midday in Malta is 11am in the UK.
There are cash machines across the island of Malta where you can withdraw Euros as well as Bureaux de Change in some hotels.
The official Maltese currency is the Euro, which can be bought easily at the bank, the post office or at the airport.
Since 2014 the cost of data roaming and calls while in the EU has been reduced quite considerably, and this is also due to be reduced further late in 2016. EE, O2 and Vodafone all offer bolt-ons which will allow you reduced rates or unlimited usage while abroad or if you’re part of Three then you can use your UK allowances at no extra cost. Be sure to double-check your provider’s tariffs, especially when it comes to data – if your contract does not include free international data be sure to turn off Data Roaming on your phone before you land in Malta.
We’re working with hotel providers to ensure that WiFi is available in communal areas, but we cannot guarantee WiFi access in all accommodation.
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