The Leeds festival moves to a new mystery home, with this year's event held on 22 September
Northern electronic music festival Mint returns on 22 September, in an as-yet-undisclosed new location that we're told is somewhere between Leeds and York. Today they announced the line-up, and there are plenty of big names on offer across the festival's four arenas.
On the Arcadia After Burner stage, hosted by No Curfew, you can find the likes of DJ EZ, Gorgon City, Disciples, Icarus, Billy Kenny, Jamie Duggan and more. Area 51, hosted by System, will be trying to tempt you with (the admittedly rather tempting line-up of) Adam Beyer B2B Ida Engberg, Dixon, Enzo Siragusa, Joseph Capriati and tINI, among others, while over at Woodstock Disco, hosted by Dirty Disco and Set One Twenty, a headline B2B set from Kerri Chandler and Jeremy Underground will be more than ably supported by Moodymann, Peggy Gou, Derrick Carter and Jasper James. Last but by no means least there's The Bunker, hosted by Skreamizm, where you'll find Skream, Butch, Eats Everything, Richy Ahmed, Patrick Topping and more.
That's a pretty impressive bill for just £44, it has to be said - so we'd heartily recommend getting yourself over to the Mint Festival website and snapping up a ticket now, while such low prices last!
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