The second annual festival will feature a headline DJ set from the 'Omen' hitmakers alongside founder Annie Mac, while the 'Uptown Funk' producer and fiery-haired singer will also appear at the event in Malta.
Speaking about the event, Annie gushed: ''I've been doing parties for ten years now.
''I have welcomed a huge range of fascinating electronic artists from Jamie XX to Kelis to Four Tet, Major Lazer to Jessie Ware to Danny Brown, the list goes on and on and it all leads to this. AMP Lost and Found encapsulates everything up to this date.''
Other acts confirmed to appear at the festival - which runs from March 31 until April 3 2016 - include Groove Armada, Eats Everything, Julio Bashmore and Hannah Wants alongside a range of other DJs and dance stars.
And teasing what festival-goers can expect, Annie explained: ''Like everything team AMP has done before, the festival is designed to showcase the heavyweight acts next to the brand new, providing an interesting mix of music with something for everyone to connect with. Disclosure will make their Malta debut for AMP Lost & Found 2016, alongside the legendary DJ EZ - who will return after causing quite a storm with his set last year. Dance-floor favourites Seth Troxler, Eats Everything and Martinez Brothers are also billed and Mark Ronson playing B2B with Hudson Mohawke will be unmissable - whilst Stormzy, Logan Sama, Lady Leshurr and Charlie Sloth will be flying the flag for the hip hop and grime spectrum of the festival.''
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