The annual Leeds festival will take place in the new location of Newsam Green Farm on Saturday September 25.
The farm, which extends over 136 acres and boasts city centre views, will be transformed with four stages, VIP areas and a food village.
Tickets quickly sold out when the Government announced the road map out of lockdown and the organisers are preparing to release the final tickets.
The festival has announced the full line-up for the event, including headliners 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.
MiNT co-owner Baz Arjomand said: “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 road map 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.”
Tickets will go back on sale on Monday May 17 here, with pre-sale tickets available this Friday for those that have signed up to the event.
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