Annie Mac appointed Festival Ambassador of Malta by govermnent minister12th November 2018
BBC Radio 1 presenter, DJ and tastemaker Annie Mac
Now in its 5th year of organisation, the Malta festival brings over thousands of party-goers on an annual basis and injects millions of Euros into the local economy.
The event has hosted world-renowned acts such as Diplo, Jamie XX, Disclosure,
Taking place from day to night, AMP Lost and Found Festival offers breathtaking party backdrops of the Maltese coastline, ancient locations, pool-side parties overlooking the sunset and an intimate open-air night time arena.
The event, founded in 2015, heavily promotes Malta as an island adventure, advertising the island’s 300 days of sunshine and the most stunning views in Europe. Its dedicated travel team helps festival goers travel to the Maltese islands with increased ease. In fact, more than 9,000 tourists visited Malta for this purpose last year.
Annie Mac, who is now the first Festival Ambassador to the Islands, was presented with a certificate and a locally produced token to mark this achievement.
Mr Gerada said that this award is a representation of how festival tourism has grown over the past few years.
Dr Mizzi commended
Such commitment is a clear testimony to the way in which Malta lends itself nicely towards different types of occasions and opportunities that increase inbound tourists.
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Main image credit: Luke Dyson / The Manc Photographer
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