Adam Beyer, Jamie Jones and Shy FX headline Mint Festival, Leeds

MINT FESTIVAL
Saturday 24th September
The Tetley
Leeds

This is the 5th year of Mint Festival and we are going to take a break from the green fields and rolling hills. In 2016 we will present the biggest music event ever to take place in the centre of Leeds. Dancing in the city and a whole lot more…

On Saturday 24th of September at the fantastic Tetley complex Mint Festival will continue its fearless exploration of electronic music. Over 5 separate arenas there will be performances from familiar names and some fascinating new artists as in true MF style we surf the genres. From house to techno to garage to grime and much more inbetween. There will be a return for some of our favourite acts and brands but we also have many Leeds debutants!

It is without doubt the most eclectic exciting line-up in the short history of the festival. We have handpicked the best aspects of previous years, fused it all into one day and it is all happening in the heart of the city.

At this exceptional venue we can spread our wings and invite you for an all round experience. The Mint production values, the incredible sound in every arena will of course be in place but we crank it up this year. Entertainers, street food vendors, quirky chill out areas and much much more, make for a proper party in the city.

A limited VIP offering will be available. This will include exclusive content and access set within the original vintage Tetley building which now hosts a Bar and Restaurant.

The joy is that this unique event will be a 5 minute walk from the train and coach stations in Leeds. Travel to and from Mint Festival has never been easier.

One last thing. There will be after-parties. Oh yes.

Much more information is coming your way. Watch this space.

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About the author

Before Decoded started, UK Editor, Simon Huxtable ran a successful podcast for new and established artists covering many forms of electronic music. No slouch on the decks himself, he has DJed at some of the countries best venues and has an ever-growing portfolio of releases under his current production moniker - Real Gone Kid.

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