Green Velvet, Tale of Us, HAAi & Fjaak confirmed for Terminal V’s return

The party returns to Scotland after a two year hiatus

It’s big, it’s bold and it’s jam-packed full of titans within the electronic music scene. Terminal V makes its long awaited return since the Covid pandemic lockdowns next Easter, landing on 16th & 17th April 2022.

Returning to the cavernous Royal Highland Centre in Edinburgh, the historic and architecturally scenic city will play host to party goers once more, and with a fresh new theme based on ‘Resurgence’. Aptly named, it looks like large scale shows are finally back in Scotland. The Easter extravaganza will boast six custom built stages, featuring over 80 artists to keep all 40,000 attendees attention front and centre.

The event has always been known for spectacular production, and the brand had made it known that this year all six stages will be dazzling, immersive and quintessentially unique.

Since it’s inaugural event in 2017, Terminal V has gone on to become one of the most iconic indoor festivals in Europe. The brand also has bigger things planned for the future, by branching out to other shores, with the moniker taking its event to the techno capital of Berlin from the 18th – 21st February, 2022.

With the team utilising tip top production, and an eclectic mix of the words best house, disco and techno DJs, it usually is a recipe for great success.

The international array of artists in attendance is a testament to the brand, with the likes of We Are The Brave boss Alan Fitzpatrick, techno queens Amelie Lens and Nina Kraviz, the one and only papa Sven Vath, Italian duo Tale of Us, Aussie sensation Mall Grab, Berlin based FJAAK and Dutch heavy hitter Reinier Zonneveld to name but a few, will be taking to the multiple arenas to perform. The list of DJs is honestly endless, and this is just a small tip of the iceberg of headline artists over the two day festival. Check the full lineup below.

To find out all things Terminal V head here.

Words: Neil Ritchie

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