On April 8 and 9, 2023, Terminal V, Scotland’s unrivaled electronic music festival, will return with a sizable indoor and outdoor event.
An action-packed weekend in Edinburgh features a mix of local talent and international tastemakers on six stages with cutting-edge production and top-notch sound. The now-storied venue for this renowned festival all around the world is the Royal Highland Centre and Showground in Edinburgh. Innovative production, breathtaking visuals, and two days of 11 hours of nonstop music transform it. That results in no fewer than six famous stages that are dispersed indoors and outside, each with its own appearance, atmosphere, and carefully chosen lineup.
No other event in Europe gathers as many elite performers as Terminal V. The top new names or best in the business cover all bases, from acid to peak-time techno, cultured deeper tones to elegant minimalism via party bangers. With numerous standouts scheduled to appear in April, that will be reflected once more.
Expect true pyrotechnics as Ewan McVicar performs b2b with Kettama for the first time ever. Other artists performing on Saturday include Amelie Lens, Charlie Sparks, and I Hate Models. Slam (live), Farrago, Dana Montana, Chippy NonStop, Cera Khin, BLK, Big Miz, Aisha, Taahliah, Matt Guy, Luca Eck, Lena Willikens, Dan Shake, Prosumer, Eclair Fifi, Frankie Wah, Hector Oaks, Charlie Sparks, and Ida Engberg.
With performers like Charlotte De Witte, 999999999, Alan Fitzpatrick, Boys Noize, Enrico Sangiuliano, Folamour, Francois X, Eclair Fifi, Frazier, Marco Farone, Jayda G, Shlomo, and VTSS on Sunday, the caliber keeps getting better. Numerous artists, including Stella Bossi, Stephen Brown, Nancy (live), Rebuke, and Jennifer Loveless with many more will perform.
Payment plans are available with final tickets on sale now via https://terminalv.co.uk/
Terminal V 2023 – Essential Info
Date: Saturday, April 8 – Sunday, April 9
Location: The Royal Highland Center & Showground, Edinburgh, Scotland
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