Mint Festival takes to a new home in Leeds on Saturday 23rd September with Seth Troxler, The Martinez Brothers, Eats Everything and many more.
In Leeds, there are few clubbing brands that amount to that of Mint. Recently added to their portfolio, including 2 clubs, is Mint Festival - a one day festival featuring the best in dance and electronic music. 2016 marked its first year at a new home in the city centre, The Tetley.
Mint Festival returns to Leeds on Saturday 23rd September. View the Mint Festival 2017 lineup now featuring Seth Troxler b2b The Martinez Brothers, Hot Since 82, Ricardo Villalobos, Hannah Wants, Patrick Topping & Skream and many more. Mint Festival tickets are now on sale.
Ricardo Villalobos b2b Raresh
Seth Troxler b2b Craig Richards
Archie Hamilton b2b Enzo Siragusa
Knee Deep In Sound
Hot Since 82
Martin Buttrich & Guti (Live b2b set)
Special Guest TBA
Jimmy Switch b2b Tobias
Black & Watky
The Martinez Brothers
Patrick Topping b2b Skream
Very Special Guest: Wilkinson
Mint Festival was born into one of Leeds’ proudest clubbing families, an annually-visiting bigger brother to Mint Warehouse and the smaller Mint Club. All well-established as significant components in the city’s dance music scene, the three cater for parties of varying sizes, offering Leeds’ party goers a venue to fit every situation.
The one day Mint Festival offers the biggest knees-up in the Mint calendar, occupying numerous locations as it moves around some of the best outdoors venues the local area has to offer. Returning to Leeds in 2015 after a brief move to Lincoln for the 2014 edition, Mint Festival reacquainted itself with its true home, and continues to deliver the best in house, techno, disco, dubstep and DnB to Yorkshire’s party city. Blessed in the past with DJ sets from the likes of Ben Klock, Jamie Jones, Seth Troxler, Dixon and Ricardo Villalobos b2b Zip, the festival uses the full force of the Mint brand to pull in some of the hottest artists going, throwing them together in the summer heat to see what magic unfolds.
By now, Mint Festival is an immediate pick for many as the highlight of the summer, and with the lineup getting better each year, it looks like it’ll remain so for quite some time. A welcome way to soak up the last rays of warm sun with the most magnificent summer tunes as a backing, the festival will offer a final chance to dance outside before autumn comes knocking, making sure that summer goes out with a bang and a pint in hand.