The Mint Stage
The Adventure Stage
If you’d like to play at Mint Street Music Festival, please contact us using our contact form or email mintstreetmusicfestival at gmail.com. Include some links to your music – Facebook, Youtube, Soundcloud, Bandcamp etc. We encourage applications from a wide variety of genres but please remember our festival is family-friendly, so songs which must include swear words or adult-only content are not suitable.
Band selection usually takes place in February but last minute additions to the line up can happen up to the week before the festival.
To emphasise our roots in the local community we prioritise bands based in London.
Mint Street Music Festival is a free festival run by a small not-for-profit organisation and supported by volunteers. Our annual funding enables us to pay all musicians expenses to cover travel from within London, plus food on the day. Depending on the success of our fundraising, a limited number of musicians/bands may also receive enhanced expenses or a full professional fee. Please let us know if your willingness to perform is dependent on payment.
Due to a large volume of applications, unfortunately we cannot reply to everyone.
Thanks for your interest,
Mint Street Music Festival Team
Mint Street Park is in Borough, Southwark SE1. You can enter the park from Marshalsea Road, Southwark Bridge Road or from Mint Street.
Tube: Borough Underground Station (Northern Line) is about 5 minutes walk from the park. Just turn left from the station on to Marshalsea Road.
Buses: The 35, 40, 133, 343 and C10 stop at Borough Tube Station. There is also a 344 bus stop outside the park on Southwark Bridge Road.
South London Press – event report
Full article with pictures:
What’s Free in London
Press for our first festival, in 2014
A report on the festival on the Better Bankside website:
A nice write-up here from londonist.com…
What’s free in London
Mint Street Music Festival is free annual music festival in Mint Street Park, Southwark, close to Borough tube.
The festival showcases the talents of bands, musicians, dance groups, choirs and children performing music of varied genres. Taking place from 12 noon to 7.30pm, the festival is child-friendly and includes opportunities for people of all ages to participate in dancing, singing and playing music.
The festival is run by Mint Street Music Festival Team, a small not-for-profit unincorporated community organisation, and supported by volunteers.
Aim and Objectives