Malta music festival ranked among the world’s best

It started out just five years ago.

But now one of Malta’s most pumping music events has been ranked among the world’s must-see festivals in 2019.

The Lost & Found Festival will celebrate its fifth anniversary in May, headed by BBC Radio One’s Annie Mac and featuring four days, four nights, eight stages and more than 60 artists.

Taking place on the May Bank Holiday, the event kick-starts the summer festival season in the Maltese sunshine and attracts thousands of British tourists to Malta.

The Telegraph ranked the Maltese festival in its guide to the top ten festivals of 2019 – alongside huge events such as Coachella in California, Way Out West in Sweden and Primavera in Barcelona.

The newspaper wrote: ‘Staged in scenic locations and curated by Radio One DJ Annie Mac, this small but diverse dance music festival in Malta is now a firm favourite with Brits and is celebrating its fifth year across the May Day bank holiday.

‘The early line-up includes Skream, Chase & Status and more.

‘The main stages are compact and easy to navigate, while parties are planned on the beach, in boats, in castles and at the seafront Café del Mar Malta in time for sunset.’

Here’s everything you need to know about the Lost & Found Festival 2019.

What are the festival dates?

The festival starts on Thursday 2 May.

The last main festival day kicks off on Sunday 5 May.

The event will run until around 4am on Monday morning.

What are the festival times?

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 Facebook updates or listen to 89.7 Bay for all the latest.

How can I get tickets?

General admission and VIP tickets are on sale online now at

Where can I find full set-times?

The line up announcements and day by day breakdowns will be available online soon with full set times in the programme.

Keep an eye on the event’s Facebook and Twitter.

Can I go in and out of the festival site every night?

Yes, with your wristband you can go to and from the festival site in Qawra and into each venue as often as you’d like.

The event is supported the Malta Tourism Authority and Air Malta.