The team behind Edinburgh’s biggest series of electronic music events, Nightvision, is proud to introduce its largest project to date – Terminal V, a brand new, all day electronic music festival featuring some of the world’s leading electronic artists.
Taking place on Easter Sunday (16th April) from 12pm – 11pm, Terminal V will be taking over the Royal Highland Centre in Edinburgh with headliners including Adam Beyer, Alan Fitzpatrick, Carl Craig, DVS1, Jeremy Underground, KINK (Live), Kerri Chandler, Space Dimension Controller and lots more taking over the 4,000+ capacity venue.
All under one massive roof, the all day party will take place across three stages, including an outdoor terrace, along with state of the art audio and visual installations and bring together a collective of the world's finest DJs. In addition, official after parties will be taking place across the city so expect the biggest Easter weekend Edinburgh has seen in a long while.
Designed to be a long-term project, this is only the beginning – more Terminal V events are in the pipeline, marking the start of a very exciting electronic music movement that aims to put Edinburgh firmly on the map for larger scale events.
Created by two of Scotland’s biggest clubbing brands in September 2014, house & techno brand Musika and bass heavyweights Xplicit, Nightvision is now in its sixth series and has brought the likes of Nina Kraviz, Loco Dice, Annie Mac, Duke Dumont, Eats Everything, Groove Armada, Hot Since 82, Skream, Andy C, Joy Orbison, Gorgon City, Redlight, Kink, Roni Size and many more to Edinburgh in a bid to bring Scottish clubbers a genre-defying programme that spans the whole spectrum of electronic music.