One of the nation’s best-loved dance music events, Mint Festival, is back for their 8th edition.
The Leeds based emporium of hedonism will be returning for 2019 with a host of party starting brands featuring at the event, helping to create a MiNT Festival line up fit to ignite the flames of any rave.
With arenas from The Bunker, elrow, Area 51, and Terminal and a brilliant ensemble of the leading names in house, techno, bass music and much more this is a must go to festival destination for any discerning clubber.
disabled access information
disabled access faqs
I am a customer with access requirements / I am disabled, how do I buy a ticket for Mint Festival 2019?
You can buy tickets on this website. If you prefer to buy tickets over the phone you can call the ticketing agencies directly.
If Mint Festival tickets completely sell out, is there an allocation reserved for customers with access requirements and/or disabled customers?
Mint Festival does not reserve an allocation of tickets for accessible customers. Once tickets are sold out, they are sold out.
I require a Personal Assistant in order to attend the event, must I buy a ticket for my PA?
If you qualify for a PA to attend the event with you, you should buy a ticket for yourself and complete the access requirement form. You do not need to buy a ticket for the personal assistant, however if you do not qualify for a PA and tickets have sold out you will not be able to buy an additional ticket.
What disabled access facilities are available at Mint Festival?
We offer accessible car parking, personal assistant tickets and disabled toilets.
I am unsure if I qualify for the access facilities on offer
Automatic qualification applies to those able to supply the following
– documentation dated within the past 12 months or with valid date covering
– Front page of DLA letter with PIP letter
– Front page of Attendance Allowance letter
– Blue badge accompanied by driver’s license photo card and/or
– passport photo page
– Evidence of being registered as severely sight impaired (blind)
– Recognised Assistance Dog ID card
– I am unable to provide any of the above
We recognise that the evidence above is not definitive. If you do not have any of the above evidence but wish to apply for particular access facilities you will need to complete the application form and provide a statement and supporting evidence. These applications will be considered on a case by case basis.
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