Terminal V makes a stunning return to Edinburgh


There was a huge sense of relief over the Easter weekend when Terminal V finally got back to doing what it did best after a two and a half year absence: hosting amazing festivals and events with a long list of world-class talent and a huge losing following. themselves in music.

The pandemic was just a memory when thousands of people got lost in the middle of the dance floor amidst the stunning production, and already thoughts are now turning to next year. Terminal V Easter Weekend Festival on April 8 and 9, 2023, with weekend tickets on sale for over £120 and available via a payment plan spread over the next 12 months. Tickets go on sale at 9 a.m. on Friday, April 22. The next step, however, is Terminal V Halloweenthe annual alternative event, details of which will follow soon.

It was the first festival of the year and undoubtedly the most impressive and grandiose V terminal to date and probably the biggest such event Europe has seen in a long time. The whole of Edinburgh’s Royal Highland Center has been transformed into an alternative electronic music reality through several warehouses with no less than six completely unique sets and carefully selected line-ups in each.

The production was state-of-the-art and breathtaking, with powerful and proud sound systems, futuristic light shows and standout visuals. Each set was a real spectacle, with earth-shattering sounds and stimulating sensory production adding extra levels of magic every time.

Even the weather kept creating a very special atmosphere as people traveled from all over the UK and even Europe to attend this much-vaunted party. This year there was high demand for local Scottish heroes who lined up and the highlights came in droves and fast, with Ewan McVicartakes place in the greenhouse, which is much talked about while the most essential Fraz.ier was extremely impressive in the Black box + Zone V arrange.

As well, I hate models grabbing a Scottish flag from the crowd to wave at the end of his hypnotic set was an iconic moment and Amelie Lens bringing some big, powerful tech to close on Saturday won’t be quickly forgotten. Kerri Chandler was in top form on Sunday evening in the greenhouse and Tale of us brought an interplanetary melodic techno masterclass for their set that garnered huge reactions.

Says the CEO of Terminal V Derek MartinIt was an amazing weekend and certainly lived up to the hype after 2.5 years away. We saw incredible performances on our six newly designed stages and had an incredible energetic audience in attendance over the two days. It feels good to be back, the wait was worth it! Can’t wait for the return of the festival next year and our special Halloween event which will be announced very soon.

CEO colleague Simon McGrath adds, “It feels good to be back! After 2.5 years since our last, this was definitely an emotional comeback for us. Terminal V couldn’t have been smoother, great atmosphere all weekend, weather and too many highlights to choose from. Already looking forward to Terminal V Easter 2023 and Terminal V Halloween. They can’t come fast enough!

It was a weekend of special memories and historic settings, all on a scale never seen before in the UK. He confirmed that V terminal is back in a big way and should only continue to grow. There is no experience like this, so be sure to book the next one as it will sell out.


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