Mint Festival is a daytime electronic music party in Leeds' Stockeld Park and Estate. From noon till night, festival-goers dance their way through house, techno, garage, grime and more.
Rolling into its sixth year, the festival will be back in the city, welcoming in a selection of promoters to curate across multiple stages within the grounds of the Grade I listed house.
The last edition featured British house DJ Jamie Jones, old-school garage icon Craig David and techno producer Adam Beyer, who played out before crowds descended on Leeds' city centre to carry on the party till 6am.
Stockeld Park and Estate is a Grade I listed house and estate in the Wetherby area of Leeds.
The festival will be running a shuttle service from Leeds, Harrogate and York. Advance return tickets are £10, and £15 on the day. The buses will run between 10am and midnight.
The pickup points for the shuttle buses are as follows:
Leeds: Sovereign Street, Leeds, LS1 4AG
Harrogate: Station Parade, HG1 1TE (outside Harrogate train station)
York: York, Union Terrace coach park, Clarence Street York, YO31 7EL
Minimum age of entry is 18.
The festival gates open at 10am and will run until 11pm. Last entry is 8pm.
The bar closes at 10.30pm and food stall will stop serving at 10.45pm.
The official after parties at Mint Warehouse & Mint Club start immediately after the festival.
To purchase food and drink, you will only be able to do so with tokens.
These can be bought beforehand, or purchased via the various top-up stations around the site.
Tokens will be credited to your wristband and used to pay for food and drink.
There is a strict no re-entry policy at Mint Festival.