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Terminal V Festival 2021 include Nina Kraviz, Alan Fitzpatrick, Sven Väth
Sat, 3 Apr ⏐ 12:00 pm – Sun, 4 Apr ⏐ 11:00 pm
Terminal V Rescheduled for 2021
Confirmed acts so far for Terminal V Festival 2021 include Nina Kraviz, Alan Fitzpatrick, Sven Väth, Ben Sims, Dax J, I Hate Models, Ben Sims, Regal
Tickets & info 👉 terminalv.co.uk
Terminal V Announces First Names For Easter 2020 After already reaching brand new heights in recent times, Terminal V once again promise that their 2020 Easter show will be the biggest and best yet on Saturday, April 11th 2020 at The mighty Royal Highland Centre in Edinburgh with Bonobo, Nina Kraviz, Richie Hawtin, Floorplan, Eats Everything, I Hate Models, KiNK (LIVE) and Rebuke as well as many more all lining up. This spectacular, history-making event will welcome 20000 people to five fantastically realized main stages, all decked out with world-class sound systems and the sort of heart-stopping light and lasers shows that have become Terminal V’s trademark. Unofficially the first major festival of the year and one of the biggest such events anywhere in Europe, Terminal V have a proven track record of hosting sensational events, and as such have changed the clubbing landscape forever with their large scale raves, unbridled dedication to avantgarde line ups and no expenses spared approach to mesmeric production. Making his first appearance in the capital in more than six years is Bonobo, the peerless electronic innovator whose lush symphonies of sounds mix organic, synthetic and instrumental elements into immersive, emotional soundtracks filled with escapist moods and grooves. Returning to the scene of his unforgettable set at Terminal V Easter 2018 is Minus boss and techno icon Richie Hawtin, while Trip label boss and one of the most revered DJs in the world, Nina Kraviz, makes her long-awaited Terminal V debut and is sure to bring her electrifying mix of acid, breakbeat and techno to the main stage. Rebuke turned in one of the most talked-about sets at the Halloween rave so makes a welcome return, and I Hate Models is another Terminal V debutant who is sure to serve up some huge thrills and spills. Add in Detroit’s Robert Hood // Floorplan, the father and daughter team who bring rapturous gospel sounds to driving house and techno, a live show from Bulgarian techno-wizard KiNK, a masterclass from Eats Everything and many more names to come, and this is already the most anticipated event of 2020, for good reason.