Mint Festival announces stages for their 6th anniversary including Sasha, Guti, Martin Buttrich and more

As we get ever closer to Mint Festival and its brand new site in Stockeld Estate, Leeds, on September 23rd, further details about who is playing where can now be revealed.

As well as this news, joining the long list of house, techno and tech house heavyweights already announced are some exciting new additions: these are Last Night on Earth and dance legend Sasha, South American Crosstown Rebels producer Guti, Rhythm Assault label boss and studio wizard Martin Buttrich and London bass Wilkinson, a Ram and Hospital Records artist who has climbed high in UK charts in recent years.

As for the stage announcements, first up is local techno night System, with Loco Dice, Ricardo Villalobos, Raresh, Seth Troxler, Craig Richards, Enzo Siragusa, Archie Hamilton and Priku with resident Annie Errez.

Then comes Hot Since 82’s Knee Deep In Sound with the boss himself joined by Sasha, Guti, Martin Buttrich, Nic Fanciulli, plus a special guest and residents Jimmy Switch b2b Tobias and Black & Watky.

Eats Everything then brings his Edible brand and DJs Seth Troxler, The Martinez Brothers, Skream b2b Patrick Topping, William Djoko, Elliot Adamson and Bobby O’Donnell.

No Curfew meanwhile is headlined by Hannah Wants, Disciples, Friend Within, Lady Leshurr, Mike Skinner and London drum & bass producer Wilkinson with DJ Set ft. MC AD-Apt.

Last but not least is Bitch who celebrate six years with Nervo, Third Party, Thomas Gold, D.O.D., Corey James, Joshua Roberts, Reload, Digital Mode and Molise.

Everything is set, then, for the biggest and best Mint Festival yet.


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