Event: Terminal V Festival 2022 | Resurgence
Dates: Saturday 16th & Sunday 17th April, 2022
Location: Royal Highland Centre + Showground,
After an unavoidable two+ year hiatus due to the pandemic, Terminal V Festival returns with a much anticipated two day Easter weekend event on Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th April 2022 at the Royal Highland Centre.
The huge indoor event boasts more stages than ever before, with six arenas featuring over 80 of the biggest and most in demand international acts from all corners of electronic music including Amelie Lens, Alan Fitzpatrick, Dax J, Floorplan, Helena Hauff, I Hate Models, Special Request, Ben UFO, Marcel Dettmann, Nina Kraviz, Robert Hood, Sven Vath, Mall Grab, Green Velvet and much more.
For the first time ever, Terminal V will run across two days over the Easter weekend with over 40,000 electronic music fans from all over the world pilgrimaging to the huge halls and industrial warehouses of the cavernous Royal Highland Centre in Edinburgh.
With this edition of the festival aptly named and themed ‘Resurgence’, the impending return of the huge event promises the world’s finest techno and house artists across six, yes six, custom built and spectacular stages.
Each arena will boast of immersive, unique and innovative production that is led by the latest groundbreaking technology; a prominent element of any Terminal V event and testament to the festival’s relentless growth.
Amongst the many world beating headliners are Berlin based artists , FJAAK, Hector Oaks, DJ Stingray 313 and Kobosil who will line up alongside Ellum boss Maceo Plex, Italian duo Tale of Us and Dutch giant Reinier Zonneveld, Cocoon lab head Sven Vath, Detroit legend Robert Hood, the searing Amelie Lens and queen of techno Helena Hauff.
More acts include Berghain heavyweight Marcel Dettman, the always masterful Ben UFO, jungle and rave specialist Special Request, legendary techno originator Ben Sims plus a diverse range of artists, all bringing their own styles, sounds and vibrations to the coveted Royal Highland Centre.
This year’s Easter event will unite audiences from the international dance music community and bring together all those who have an uncompromising love of music that is unfiltered, unrelenting and proudly underground.