For the first time, Newsam Green Farm Hosts MiNT Festival 2021 on 25 September
Headliners include Ricardo Villalobos, Patrick Topping, Raresh, Amelie Lens, Dax J, Darius Syrossian, East End Dubs, Eats Everything, Ammara, Elliot Adamson, Gerd Janson and Maya Jane Coles.
Pre-sale tickets went on sale on Friday 14th May and tickets are on general sale on Monday 17th May at 9am.
Newsam Green Farm has a history as a coal mine, then as a livestock farm. It extends over 136 acres, with 123 acres of that being grassland and acres of woodland plus the added bonus of unique Leeds City Centre views, the City Centre being only ten minutes distant.
The transformation it will undergo for the Festival will include a food village, VIP areas, four stages and some pretty impressive sound systems and high tech visuals.
Chief amongst the headliners is long time MiNT favourite Ricardo Villalobos, the cult minimal techno selector who is predictably unpredictable, with the likes of Fuse associates Enzo Siragusa, Rich Nxt and Seb Zito joined by party starters such as Eats Everything and Gerd Jansen, no nonsense techno selectors Amelie Lens, Pan-Pot, and Dax J, house heroes Darius Syrossian and East End Dubs, Berlin’s cult mobile record shop and DJ duo The Ghost, masterful minimal from Raresh and plenty more from Pan-Pot, Maya Jane Coles, tech house trans OC & Verde and Spektre, with beloved Mint residents Annie Errez and Bobby ODonnell also bringing their skills.
Baz Arjomand, Co Owner:
“We have worked incredibly hard during lockdown to pull this one off safely within government guidelines. We’re delighted to have been able to put together such a strong line up of local as well as international talents in these challenging times, and cannot wait to open the gates. As soon as the Roadmap out of lockdown was revealed, demand for tickets went through the roof and we sold six months of tickets in under 48 hours! The appetite for the event has been phenomenal, so with only a couple of thousand tickets remaining once we announce this artist line-up, we expect to sell-out.”