Mint Festival Returns to RAF Church Fenton
Elrow and FUSE will stage their own arenas at the 2019 edition
For the first time in its history, Mint Fest in Leeds will return to the same venue for the second year in a row on Saturday, 28 September. That venue is RAF Church Fenton, a huge and open space at Leeds East Airport with a vast aircraft hangar that gets transformed into one of the largest stages at any UK festival site.
Another one of the many stages is The Bunker, which is made from huge shipping containers and filled with spectacular light shows. A luxury VIP terrace and exclusive enclosed area with lots of street food is also promised, as is another huge line-up of big name house and techno talents.
Dub tech dons FUSE will host their own arena with boss man Enzo Siragusa joined by Seth Troxler, Apollonia, Archie Hamilton, Seb Zito, Rossko and Rich NXT. Famous Spanish crew Elrow also roll in with ship loads of production to make one of their wildly colourful carnival atmospheres. MK will headline there with more to come.
Other stages will see Holy Goof and Macky Gee bring the bass, Gorgon City and Claptone serve up creamy house, and plenty of tech from Patrick Topping, Richy Ahmed, Darius Syrossian and more. Tickets are on sale now.