Scotland’s biggest party have confirmed the final stage splits and set times for this Easter weekend dance music celebration. Taking place on the 16th and 17th of April, the capital city of Edinburgh has recieved the green light for this years edition of Terminal V following the lifting of restrictions across the country. Famed for its cutting-edge stage designs, immense levels of production, and carefully curated lineups, Terminal V is donned as Scotland’s best dance festival and for good reason too.
Following a 2 year hiatus due to the pandemic, the Terminal V family have worked relentlessly to make this year’s edition bigger and better than ever before. Confirmed for both days are 7 epic stages located indoors and out. Returning are some of the festival’s mainstay stages alongside a collection of new designs all featuring a plethora of the best acts from around the world.
Area V, arguably the festival’s most popular stage is returning for 2022 with some of techno’s heaviest hitters, Amelie Lens, Sven Vath a b2b from Marcel Dettman and DJ Stingray as well as more huge names on Saturday. Sunday will see the likes of Nina Kraviz, the Fjaak boys, a live show from Robert Hood, Fraz.ier, and more.
The infamous Terminal stage will feature a mix of some of the best names in house and techno with a variety of sets coming from the likes of Alan Fitzpatrick, Deborah De Luca, Green Velvet, Eats Everything, Solardo, Rebuke and many more over the weekend.
The Cargo stage will showcase some of the hot young talent who have risen through the ranks over recent years. Expect sets form the likes of Mall Grab, Special Request, Effy, Haai and some special b2b sets from the likes of Octa Octa and Erin Drew, Ben UFO and Helena Hauff and many more over the weekend.
The Blackbox, aptly named, dives into the darker side of techno where the BPM is sure to remain high. The weekend will feature sets from Perc, Ben Sims, Hector Oaks, Regal, Frazier, a live show from Planetary Assault System and many more.
The Hangar stage will be exploring the spectrum of techno with some hard techno champions like I Hate Models, VTSS, 999999999 and Reinier Zonneveld and many more on Saturday. Sunday will see the Hangar in full control of melodic techno’s finest, Maceo Plex, Tale of Us, a live show from Kink and many more on the final day.
The Greenhouse is 1 of 2 outdoor stages and is named so for its transparent design. This stage will see house specialists all weekend to soak up those rays. The weekend will see the likes of Floorplan, Ewan McVicar, Chaos in the CBD, Kerri Chandler, Cinthie and many more.
The final stage and the 2nd outdoor stage is a new edition to this years event. Called The Palms Bar, it will see a huge mix of up and coming talent and even features a special half hour b2b set at the start and end of each act. Acts on this stage include Gareth Sommerville, Alliyan Enyo, Feena, Jacuzzi General, Xivro, Nina Stranger and many more.
The full lineup, set times and stage splits can be seen in the graphic below.
Tickets are still available and can be purchased here.