The organisers of Terminal V - Scotland's largest one-day electronic music festival - have revealed the second wave of artists for their Easter edition.
Joining the bill, headlined by Bonobo and Nina Kraviz, are Belgian techno tour de force Charlotte De Witte, Chicago house star Green Velvet, sought-after DJ Ben UFO and Berlin-based house icon, Honey Dijon.
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Returning to the Royal Highland Centre in Edinburgh on Saturday 11 April 2020, the biannual 20,000-capacity, five stage festival will be the biggest episode to date, with organisers promising 'next level lights, lasers, visuals, a giant sound system and heart stopping production'.
Having established itself as one of the biggest electronic music gathering in Europe, previous editions have attracted the likes of Amelie Lens, Annie Mac, Laurent Garnier, Skream, Patrick Topping and plenty more of the biggest names on the club circuit.
You can find tickets for Terminal V: New Horizon below (be warned: they always sell out)
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