The first names for the 2022 edition of the AMP Lost & Found festival have been announced, with artists including Camelphat, The Blessed Madonna and Scratchclart joining curator Annie Mac for the four-day event.
Other names set for the festival, which takes place from 1 to 4 June, include Heidi, Saoirse, Folamour, Helena Hauff, Paul Woolford, DJ Q, Dennis Sulta, Octo Octa, Special Request and fast-rising talents Yung Singh, TSHA, HAAi, Sherelle and LCY.
Elsewhere, legendary garage producer DJ EZ has also been confirmed to appear, along with rap talent ENNY, The Streets’ Mike Skinner, breakout star Ewan McVicar and many more.
It’s the sixth hosting of the AMP Lost & Found festival, and the first after a COVID-induced hiatus.
“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 four days and nights of incredible party energy,” commented Annie Mac.
“There is always a special family vibe and sense of togetherness across the festival that I cannot wait to revive.”
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Pre-sale tickets go on sale on 3 February at 10am GMT, while general sale tickets are on sale on 4 February. Tickets for the optional castle, beach and boat parties will be accessible via the festival’s website in the coming months.
Commenting on a previous edition of the Lost & Found festival, Dennis Sulta said, “Without a doubt the best weekend of dance music and togetherness I’ve had in forever. AMP Lost & Found take a bow, incredible event with the most wonderful people.”
More details about the festival, which takes place across various locations on the Mediterranean island, can be found at lostandfoundfestival.com.
Words by Márcia Costa.