Over 40 artists across two days showcasing the very best in house, techno, UKG, Drum & Bass and everything in between
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In its unwavering commitment in championing the best in dance music, MiNT Festival proudly presents the comprehensive lineup for this year's festival. Leading names in dance music such as PAWSA, Eliza Rose, Dr Banana, Interplanetary Criminal, Girls Don't Sync, Dan Shake, Eats Everything, Kettama and a myriad of other trailblazing artists all feature.
In addition to featuring heavyweight figures in the dance music realm, MiNT Festival unveils its weekend stage collaborators, showcasing a diverse array of partners. Among them are the Leed clubbing institution System, returning favourites He.She.They, Manchester party outfit You&ME and Eats Everything's retrospective party offering History Of Rave. Additionally, MiNT Festival will play host to DVOTION, a beloved choice among Leeds students and a must-experience for Drum & Bass enthusiasts. Expect a meticulously curated blend of electronic excellence from these esteemed collaborators throughout the weekend.
Chart topping producer Interplanetary Criminal, a name that has been on the lips of all dance music aficionados as of late, takes the reins programming The Bunker on Saturday May 4th. He invites prominent UK selectors and producers Instinct and Main Phase, as well as UK superstars Girls Don’t Sync and not forgetting some special guests, for an evening of no-messing UKG and bassline.
FUSE founder Enzo Siragusa returns to The Orchard on Saturday alongside house music heavyweight Rossi and fan-favourite Dr Banana. Leeds DJ and party starter, Danny Bond returns with Middle Ground, a show boasting a 360 degree booth which was a big hit with party goers at last year’s festival.
Making a well warranted return to this year's edition, He.She.They, a collective championing equality, diversity and inclusion reclaims command of The Barn on Sunday, transforming it into a haven for sweaty, sultry, and high-octane beats. The lineup, carefully curated, welcomes the talents of Kettama, Mella Dee, and Syreeta.
Seth Troxler, PAWSA and East End Dubs take control of The Bunker on Sunday for a day of high-energy house and minimal beats.
Marking an inaugural appearance this year, Eats Everything introduces his History Of Rave concept. He hosts one of the most in demand artists of 2023 Eliza Rose as well as disco virtuoso Dan Shake and rising newcomer Storm Mollison navigating you through an intersection of dance history and the best in new music.
These artists just about scratch the surface with so many more amazing acts performing across the weekend.
This year the festival will take place during the early May bank holiday on Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th. Having traditionally fallen in September, the new date signifies a fresh chapter in the ever flourishing history of MiNT Festival.
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