Terminal V festival has come a long way since its inception in 2017, which was a small, one-room warehouse event. The growth of the festival has been quite staggering and it is now one of the biggest electronic events in the whole of the UK.
This summer they have planned something incredibly special for their first post-lockdown events. They will be touching down at Edinburgh Royal Highland Showground to bring you their Summer Series events which will bring together a whole host of talent from across the techno and house spectrum to a bespoke built 5000 capacity outdoor site.
The first event, taking place on August 7th sees Patrick Topping present Trick, having curated an eclectic lineup. Floorplan will be appearing and is joined by Warehouse Records owner Mella Dee. Terminal V is a festival that always looks to the future and as a result, Elliot Adamson and Ewan McVicar will be making appearances. A unique set is also on the cards from special guest Reinier Zonneveld.
For the first time in a decade, Drumcode returns to Scotland, taking over the August 14th date. This is a chance to see much-loved regulars including Adam Beyer and Alan Fitzpatrick as well as ANNA's seductive brand of techno. One of the most respected DJ's and Drumcode regular fixture Bart Skills will be showing off his talents and Drumcode young gun Layton Giordani will be laying down some vibes too. You can find tickets here:
To round off this hugely impressive summer series, Charlotte De Witte takes over on August 21st. This is one for the heavy hitters as Len Faki and Adiel will be bringing real star power. Frazi.er will take his chance to create a truly spellbinding set as he has at Terminal V before and local legend Stephen Brown will also be making an appearance. It's a day of in-demand artists that you can't afford to miss. You can find tickets below:
Terminal V never shy away from bold aesthetics and they will be showing off their high-quality production skills in the construction of this outdoor series.
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