Terminal V: Richie Hawtin, Nina Kraviz, Derrick Carter and Honey Dijon confirmed for Easter event in Edinburgh

Scotland’s Terminal V Festival has become one of the biggest house and techno events in the UK – and now the team behind it have announced two genre-busting days of dance music at the Royal Highland Centre, Ingliston across Easter weekend 2021.

By Gary Flockhart
Tuesday, 29th September 2020, 8:17 pm
Updated Wednesday, 30th September 2020, 9:33 am

All of the confirmed acts for the postponed 2020 event such as Charlotte De Witte, Eats Everything, Floorplan, Honey Dijon, Shanti Celeste, Octo Octa, Ben UFO and Avalon Emerson – as well as new additions such as Sven Vath, Alan Fitzpatrick, Ben Sims and Monika Kruse – will play across five stages on Saturday, April 3 and Sunday, April 4.

Headlining the Saturday session will be Plastikman, aka British-Canadian DJ legend Richie Hawtin, whose uncompromising style will dovetail with the harder-edged artists featuring that day such as big-hitters Alan Fitzpatrick, I Hate Models, Helena Hauff, Dax J, Nina Kraviz and Charlotte De Witte.

As well as this sizzling array of headliners, there will also be a raft of support acts that can more than hold their own with the A-listers.

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Terminal V has an all-star line-up in place for 2021.

Moving on to day two, and Sunday will feature a legion of techno titans, with the legend that is Sven Vath headlining.

The renowned German DJ will be joined by main-room mainstays Ben Sims, Kink (live), Perc, Green Velvet, Regal, Rebuke and Serbian leading lady Tijana T.

As well as presenting the many shades of techno, day two at Terminal V will be home to all manner of selector specialists, including Chicago lynchpin Derrick Carter, Moxie and Eli Brown.

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The list of names signed up for Terminal V.

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