The Stages Are Set!!

Terminal V Announces Set Times For The Easter Weekend Dance Music Extravaganza

AMELIE LENS, BEN UFO, EATS EVERYTHING, GREEN VELVET, FRAZ.IER, HELENA HAUFF, KERRI CHANDLER, SHANTI CELESTE, TALE OF US AND ROBERT HOOD PLUS MANY MORE PERFORMING.

16TH – 17TH APRIL 2022
THE ROYAL HIGHLAND CENTRE, EDINBURGH

LAST REMAINING TICKETS AVILABLE HERE: WWW.TERMINALV.CO.UK

(Wed, 30th March): Terminal V has today revealed the set times for the Easter weekend dance music extravaganza at Edinburgh’s Royal Highland Centre. The festival taking place on 16th and 17th April 2022, has previously announced a host of ground-breaking, cutting edge artists  and global dance and electronic super stars including Amelie Lens, Ben UFO, Eats Everything, Green Velvet, Helena Hauff, Kerri Chandler, Shanti Celeste, Tale of Us, Robert Hood and Scottish DJ Frazi.er with his first performance since his phenomenal sold out Hydro show last year, plus many, many more.   

The Festival – which had to be rescheduled from 2020- is back bigger and better than ever this year with FIVE indoor stages; a brand new large outside area, two further enclosed stages and loads more attractions. And with more than 80 acts set to perform this year, the release of the set times today give music fans plenty of time to plan who they want to see and make sure that they can enjoy and experience as many of the phenomenal artists at this year’s Terminal V as possible!

This year also sees the introduction of a brand new stage The Palms Bar Stage which is dedicated to providing a platform for up and coming, homegrown talent and will feature local artists including Jacuzzi General, Donald Dust, Gareth Sommerville, Alliyah Enyo and Miss World.

The Terminal V APP complete with set times will be available from Monday for free download for App + Android devices.

Please see below for full line up and set list breakdown.

SATURDAY 16th APRIL

AREA V
21.15 – 23.00hrs: Amelie Lens
19.45 – 21.15hrs: Sven Vath
18.00 – 19.45hrs: Marcel Dettmann x DJ Stingray 313
16.00 – 18.00hrs: Dax J
14.00 – 16.00hrs: Helena Hauff
12.00 – 14.00hrs: Stephen Brown
The Terminal
21.30 – 23.00hrs: Alan Fitzpatrick
20.00 – 21.30hrs: Joyhauser
18.00 – 20.00hrs: Alan Fitzpatrick x Rebuke
16.15 – 18.00hrs: Deborah De Luca
15.00 – 16.15hrs: Ejeca
14.00 – 15.00hrs: T78
12.00 – 14.00hrs: Ammara
CARGO
21.00 – 23.00hrs: Ben UFO x Helena Hauff
19.30 – 21.00hrs: Haai
18.00 – 19.30hrs: Dr. Rubinstein
16.00 – 18.00hrs: Octa Octa x Eris Drew
14.00 – 16.00hrs: Shanti Celeste X Moxie
12.00 – 14.00hrs: Nite Fleit
Hangar
21.00 – 23.00hrs: I HATE MODELS
19.00 – 21.00hrs: VTSS
17.30 – 19.30hrs: 999999999 – Live
16.00 – 17.30hrs: Reiner Zonneveld – Live
14.30 – 16.00hrs: Anfisa Letyago
13.00 – 14.30hrs: Adiel
12.00 – 13.00hrs: Franck
The Greenhouse
21.00 – 23.00hrs: Floorplan
19.00 – 21.00hrs: Ewan McVicar
17.30 – 19.00hrs: Mike Servito
16.00 – 17.30hrs: Kornal Kovacs
14.00 – 16.00hrs: Luke Solomon
12.00 – 14.00hrs: Austin Ato
Blackbox
21.15 – 23.00hrs Hector Oaks
19.30 – 21.15hrs: Frazier
18.00 – 19.30hrs: Regal
16.30 – 18.00hrs Alignment
15.00 – 16.30hrs: Elli Acula
13.00 – 15.00hrs: Milo Spykers
12.00 – 13.00: TBC
The Palms Bar Stage *Please note a 30 minute B2b set at start and end of each set
21.00 – 23.00hrs: Jacuzzi General
19.30 – 21.30hrs: Xivro
18.00 – 20.00hrs: Handmade
16.30 – 18.30hrs: Donald Dust
15.00 – 17.00hrs: Nina Stranger
13.30 – 15.30hrs: The Night Lark
12.00 – 14.00hrs: TBC

SUNDAY 17th APRIL

AREA V
21.00 – 23.00hrs: Nina Kraviz
19.30 – 21.00hrs: Fjaak
18.30 – 19.30hrs: Robert Hood – Live
17.00 – 18.30hrs: Fraz.ier
15.30 – 17.00hrs: Kobosil
14.00 – 15.30hrs: Paula Temple
12.00 – 14.00hrs: AIROD
The Terminal
21.00 – 23.00hrs: Green Velvet
19.30 – 21.00hrs: Eats Everything
17.30 – 19.30hrs: Solarado
16.00 – 17.30hrs: Rebuke
14.00 – 16.00hrs: Eli Brown
12.00 – 14.00hrs: Jamie Roy
CARGO
21.00 – 23.00hrs: Mall Grab
19.00 – 21.00hrs: Special Request
17.00 – 19.00hrs: Steffi x Virginia
15.30 – 17.00hrs: Young Marco
14.00 – 15.30hrs: Effy
12.00 – 14.00hrs: Chloe Robinson
Hangar
21.00 – 23.00hrs: Maceo Plex
19.00 – 21.00hrs: Tale of Us
17.30 – 19.30hrs: Kink – LIVE
16.00 – 17.30hrs: KA:AST LIVE
14.30 – 16.00hrs: Tijana T
13.30 – 14.30hrs: Man Power
12.00 – 13.30hrs: AVNU
The Greenhouse
21.30 – 23.00hrs: Chaos in the CBD
19.30 – 21.30hrs: Kerri Chandler
18.00 – 19.30hrs: Cinthie
16.30 – 18.00hrs: Roi Prez
15.15 – 16.30hrs: Hammer
13.30 – 15.15hrs: Prins Thomas
12.00 – 13.30hrs: Alien Communications
Blackbox
21.00 – 23.00hrs: Perc
19.45 – 21.00hrs: Planetary Assault System LIVE
18.00 – 19.45hrs: Ben Sims
17.00 – 18.00hrs: Stephen Brown LIVE
15.30 – 17.00hrs: Rolando
14.00 – 15.30hrs: Wallis
12.00 – 14.00hrs: IDA
The Palms Bar Stage *Please note a 30 minute B2b set at start and end of each set
21.00 – 23.00hrs: Gareth Sommerville
19.30 – 21.30hrs: Alliyah Enyo
18.00 – 20.00hrs: Feena
16.30 – 18.30hrs: Ann Tweak
15.00 – 17.00hrs: Miss World
13.30 – 15.30hrs: Saint Sunday
12.00 – 14.00hrs: TBC

Terminal V Announces New Stages, Splits, Weekend Residents and More

Date: 16th & 17th April, 2022
Location: Royal Highlands Centre, Edinburgh
Tickets: https://terminalv.co.uk

It has been two and a half years in the making but now the final countdown is on to the massively anticipated return of Terminal V Festival. On 16th and 17th April, Edinburgh’s Royal Highland Centre.

More than 80 international acts will imprint their musical mark on Terminal V over 22 hours, with 6 exclusive back-to-back sets, 6 live sets and a handful of weekend residents playing twice across both days. 

It will be arguably the biggest event of it’s kind in the UK as an indoor music festival, yet slightly hybrid with the addition for Easter 2022 of a new outdoor area. The site will be transformed like never before with 5 main indoor stages running across all of the huge interconnected halls of the venue as well as the new large additional outside area surrounding the halls with 2 further enclosed stages and more attractions.

Now more exciting details can be revealed with which artist plays which stage over the weekend.

Three of the most iconic stages are back by popular demand; AREA V, THE TERMINAL and THE GREEN HOUSEmake their return having all been newly designed and upgraded. Area V promises an all encompassing, state of the art arena festival experience, with space for 6,000 on it’s dancefloor while The Terminal guarantees the same mind-blowing levels of production but with a contrasting stage design to Area V. The Green House shakes this up, bringing a lighter vibe to the festival and playing host to the housier acts to grace the festival on the weekend.

3 brand new stages will feature over the weekend HANGAR, THE BLACKBOX, CARGO. HANGAR brings another large main arena stage with an exciting, most unique mind blowing creative design, while the newly founded BLACKBOX stage incorporates a low ceiling and atmospheric minimal lighting to create an intimate atmosphere; pulling you away from the big room festival feel. The third new arrival, CARGO, will see festival-goers encapsulated in an enveloping stage, and brought to life by an array of immersive lighting from all angles.

April will also see the return of their THE PALMS TENT, a 7th stage curated alongside Edinburgh’s Paradise Palms record label especially focused on local talent.

Special back to backs take place on Saturday featuring Marcel Dettmann b2b Stingray 313 on Area V, Alan Fitzpatrcik b2b Rebuke on The Terminal and Ben UFO b2b Helena Hauff and Octo Octa b2b Eris Drew on Cargo, and on Sunday on Cargo, Steffi and Virginia.

Saturday will host world class live shows from 99999999 and Reinier Zonneveld in The Hangar, on Sunday Detroit hero Robert Hood plays live on Area V, techno wizard KiNK is live in The Hangar and Blackbox sees more live shows from UK talents Planetary Assault Systems and local legend Stephen Brown.

Saturday will see the 6000 capacity Area V stage headlined by the likes of Amelie Lens, Sven Vath, Dax J and Helena Hauff, 3500 people will go wild on The Terminal stage to Alan Fitzpatrick, Joyhauser, Deborah de Luca and T78, while the more intimate Cargo welcomes Haai, Dr Rubinstein, and Shanti Celeste. The Hangar will bounce to the sounds of Kobosil, VTSS and more, The Green House brings Floorplan, Ewan McVicar, Kornél Kovács, Mike Servito and Luke Solomon and Blackbox is all about Hector Oaks, Frazier, Regal, Alignment and more.

On the Sunday, Area V finds Nina Kraviz return with FJAAK, Fraz.ier, Kobosil and Paula Temple, The Terminal is will see Green Velvet, Eats Everything, Solardo, Rebuke, Eli Brown and Jamie Roy lay it down, while Cargo hosts Male Grab, Special Request, Young Marco and Effy. The Hangar has Maceo Plex, Tale Of Us, Mind Against, Tijana T and Man Power, The Green House brings house vibes with Chaos in the CBD, Keri Chandler, Cinthie, Prins Thomas, Hammer, Roi Perez and more and Blackbox is home to Perc, Ben Sims, Rolando, Wallis and IDA.

The scene is set after over 2 years of planning for 40,000 people to descend upon the Scottish capital from all over europe. Ticket holders’ anticipation and excitement is sure to be high for Terminal V’s most ambitious event. Do not miss it.

SATURDAY – A-Z LINEUP

AREA V
AMELIE LENS
DJ STINGRAY 313 x MARCEL DETTMANN
DAX J
HELENA HAUFF
STEPHEN BROWN
SVEN VATH

THE TERMINAL
ALAN FITZPATRICK
ALAN FITZPATRICK X REBUKE
AMMARA
DEBORAH DE LUCA
EJECA
JOYHAUSER
T78

CARGO
BEN UFO B2b HELENA HAUFF
DR RUBINSTEIN
HAAI
NITE FLEIT
OCTO OCTA x ERIS DREW
SHANTI CELESTE

HANGAR
99999999 – Live
ADIEL
ANFISA LETYAGO
I HATE MODELS
REINIER ZONNEVELD (LIVE)
VTSS

THE GREEN HOUSE
AUSTIN ATO
EWAN MCVICAR
FLOORPLAN
KORNÉL KOVACS
LUKE SOLOMON
MIKE SERVITO

BLACKBOX
ALIGNMENT
ELLI ACULA
FRAZI.ER
HÉCTOR OAKS
MILO SPYKERS
REGAL

SUNDAY A-Z LINEUP

AREA V
AIROD
FJAAK
FRAZI.ER
KOBOSIL
NINA KRAVIZ
PAULA TEMPLE
ROBERT HOOD (LIVE)

THE TERMINAL
EATS EVERYTHING
ELI BROWN
GREEN VELVET
JAMIE ROY
REBŪKE
SOLARDO

CARGO
CHLOE ROBINSON
EFFY
MALL GRAB
SPECIAL REQUEST
STEFFI X VIRGINIA
YOUNG MARCO

THE HANGAR
AVNU
KAS:ST
KiNK (LIVE)
MACEO PLEX
MAN POWER
TALE OF US
TIJANA T

THE GREEN HOUSE
ALIEN COMMUNICATIONS
CHAOS IN THE CBD
CINTHIE
HAMMER
KERRI CHANDLER
PRINS THOMAS
ROI PEREZ

BLACKBOX
BEN SIMS
IDA
PERC
PLANETARY ASSAULT SYSTEMS (LIVE)
ROLANDO
STEPHEN BROWN (LIVE)
WALLIS

Terminal V Festival announces grand return and huge final line-up for the Easter 2022 weekend

Register: terminalv.co.uk/events/tv2022/

Event: Terminal V Festival 2022 | Resurgence
Dates: Saturday 16th & Sunday 17th April, 2022
Location: Royal Highland Centre + Showground,
Edinburgh, Scotland

terminalv.co.uk/

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.

LINE-UP:
999999999 (LIVE)
ADIEL
AIROD
ALAN FITZPATRICK
ALIGNMENT
ALIEN COMMUNICATION
AMARRA
AMELIE LENS
ANFISA LETYAGO
AUSTIN ATO
AVNU
BEN SIMS
BEN UFO
CARLOTA
CHAOS IN THE CBD
CHLOE ROBINSON
CINTHIE
DAX J
DEBORAH DE LUCA
DR RUBINSTEIN
EATS EVERYTHING
EFFY
EJECA
ELI BROWN
ELLI ACULA
ERIC DREW
EWAN MCVICAR
FJAAK (dj set)
FLOORPLAN
FRAZIER
GREEN VELVET
HAAI
HAMMER
HECTOR OAKS
HELENA HAUFF
I HATE MODELS
IDA
JAMIE ROY
JOYHAUSER
KERRI CHANDLER
KINK (live)
KOBOSIL
KORNEL KOVACS
LUKE SOLOMON
MACEO PLEX
MALL GRAB
MAN POWER
MARCEL DETTMANN
MIKE SERVITO
MILO SPYKERS
MIND AGAINST
MOXIE
NINA KRAVIV
NITE FLEIT
OCTO OCTA
PAULA TEMPLE
PERC
PLANETARY ASSAULT SYSTEMS (live)
PRINS THOMAS
REBUKE
REGAL
REINIER ZONNEVELD (live)
ROBERT HOOD (live)
ROI PEREZ
ROLANDO
SHANTI CELESTE
SOLARDO
SPECIAL REQUEST
STEFFI
STEPHEN BROWN
SVEN VATH
T78
TALE OF US
TIJANNA T
VIRGINIA
VTSS
YOUNG MARCO

Terminal V presents inner-city weekend party Distrikt 14


Date: Friday 12th & Saturday 13th November
Time: 18:00 – 02:00
Location: O2 Academy Edinburgh

Terminal V announces plans for a weekend of events next month, running at the new large Edinburgh venue the O2 Academy.

Labelled Distrikt 14 the event features techno legends Ben Klock, Sven Vath, Joseph Capriati, Len Faki, DJ Stingray 313, Rolando and Planetary Assault Systems(LIVE) alongside an exciting collection of international artists Frazi.er, Anfisa Letyago, Stephen Brown, VTSS, AVNU with further acts to be announced.

Distrikt 14 will run across two-days in November (12+13) with 7,000+ techno fans, pilgrimaging to an unused space for techno in Edinburgh’s inner city. The event promises to bring Terminal V’s signature production : groundbreaking lighting, visual installations and forward-thinking concepts for the 2-day city event aimed at bridging the gap before the festival’s full return in April 2022.

Berghain resident Ben Klock joins Cocoon boss Sven Vath and Italian techno titan Joseph Capriati who will bring a relentless techno onslaught to Distrikt 14. German legend Len Faki will also entertain the Terminal V community with a sonic offering of heavy-hitting techno. 
As always Terminal V gives a nod to the future and brings some of the scenes most sought after artists. Local hero Frazi.er joins proceedings off the back of his recent sold-out Edinburgh events. Polish powerhouse VTSS plays the Friday, whilst  Anfisa Letyago is another exciting addition making her Scottish debut with the Siberian born Naples based artist recently delivering one of our favourite Terminal V podcasts to date. 

 

Distrikt 14 will unite Terminal V’s community around this inner city event while marking the return of large-scale uncompromising techno in the Scottish capital.

Priority discounted loyalist tickets are available to the existing festival ticket holders.  These tickets are extremely limited and will be first come first served. 

A priority ticket link will be sent this week by email and go on sale Friday midday. Festival ticket holders will have 48 hours to purchase using their priority/loyalty link. If there are any tickets left at that point, they will be moved to full public release.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1273253753117709


Line Up


Anfisa Letyago

AVNU

Ben Klock

DJ Stingray 313

Frazi.er

Joseph Capriati

Len Faki

PLANETARY  ASSAULT SYSTEMS – LIVE

Rolando 

Stephen Brown

Sven Väth

VTSS

Terminal V unveils biggest electronic music event Scotland has ever seen

Date: 30th & 31st October

Location: The Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh

Tickets: www.terminalv.co.uk
After many painful postponements, the wait is nearly over. The time has almost come to set a new standard. Scottish nightlife has re-opened, and Terminal V is set to again prove why it is such a game-changing event. 
This year’s epic Halloween event on Saturday, October 30th and 31st will see 20,000 people per day party across five bespoke stages with tens of world-class superstars including Amelie Lens, Sven Vath, Helena Hauff, Ben UFO, Nina Kraviz, Robert Hood (LIVE), Marcel Dettmann x DJ Stingray 313, Haai, Honey Dijon, Derrick Carter, Maceo Plex, Tale of Us, Eats Everything, The Blessed Madonna, KiNK (LIVE), Octo Octa x Eris Drew, Shanti Celeste x Moxie, Man Power, Mike Servito, Dax J, and many more are all ready to set a new benchmark for Scottish events. 


Previously a one-day event, Terminal V now offers two full days of partying which is an exciting and rewarding move for the thousands of music lovers who have lost out on 18+ months of festivals and nightlife. 95% of tickets are sold out so head to www.terminalv.co.uk to be part of this historic event. 
It has been a challenging year for all, but Terminal V never gave up. After putting on some of the boldest and most adventurous parties in Europe in recent years, the team has spent the pandemic working hard on a comeback event like no other. As the first supersized event in 18 months, Terminal V Halloween will have an extra special sense of magic in the air as well as a blistering soundtrack from a real who’s who of the modern underground landscape. With so much time to plan this huge blowout, you can expect next-level immersive lighting, brain-altering visuals and special themed production to make this one play out like a spooky nocturnal adventure. 

It is Terminal V’s attention to detail and devotion to serving up experience like no other that has stood them apart in recent years. Each of these now-iconic seasonal events has sold out, yet in just four years Terminal V’s events have grown from 2000(1 day) to 40,000(over 2 days) in capacity despite a pandemic sandwiched in between. These epic events have truly made the raw, vast warehouse spaces that make up the site at The Royal Highland Centre and showground in Edinburgh’s outskirts their home.
You can be sure there is no festival quite like and as magnificent and sensory-stimulating as a Terminal V event anywhere in Europe and that will be the case at Halloween. 


Amongst the many highlights is the fact that on Saturday, Nina Kraviz will be closing the biggest stage, named Area V,  in blistering fashion, and Amelie Lens will shut it down with a bang on Sunday. There are also a handful of mouthwatering B2Bs including Ben UFO x Helena Hauff doing only their second-ever face-off, the high energy, much-loved pair of US duo Eris Drew & Octa Octa, unrelenting techno terminators Marcel Dettmann and Detroit’s DJ Stingray 313 and contemporary festival favourites Alan Fitzpatrick and Rebuke. 
Says Terminal V’s Derek Martin, “We’ve spent the most part of the past 18 months working with artists, and management rescheduling the event numerous times, yet further building the festival site , stages and lineup. It has been amazing to see our customers standing by us throughout these unprecedented times, keeping hold of their tickets and allowing us to ensure the event takes place in the months ahead. That has given us even more drive to deliver the very best event we can.”


On Saturday, Area V features Nina Kraviz, Marcel Dettmann b2b DJ Stingray 313, Robert Hood LIVE, Dax J, I Hate Models and Stephen Brown. The Terminal  is headlined by Alan Fitzpatrick, Joyhauser, Alan Fitzpatrick x Rebuke, Deborah de Luca, T78 and Ejeca. The Hangar features Ben UFO b2b Helena Hauff, Haai, Avalon Emerson,Octo Octa x Eris Drew,  Shanti Celeste X Moxie, Nite Fleit. Cargo brings Honey Dijon, Derrick Carter, Mike Servito, Kornel Kovacs, Luke Solomon and Ewan McVicar, and Blackbox has Hector Oaks, Regal, Frazi.er, SHDW & Obscure Shape, Milo Spykers and Elli Acula. 
On Sunday Area V features Amelie Lens, Sven Vath, Helena Hauff, FJAAK, Airod, Fraz.ier, The Terminal is headlined by Eats Everything, Solardo, Rebuke, Eli Brown, Jamie Roy and Ammara. Hangar features Maceo Plex, Tale Of Us, KINK LIVE, Mind Against, Tijana T and Man Power. Cargo brings Floorplan, The Blessed Madonna, Jayda G, Roi Perez, Hammer, Prins Thomas, and Blackbox is headlined by Perc, Paulo Temple, Ben Sims, Stephen Brown LIVE, Rolando, Carola and IDA.
Rest assured that Scotland has never seen a party as big as this! And no better time for it…

Terminal V

Website: www.terminalv.co.uk 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/terminalvfest 

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/terminalvfest/

Terminal V Adds 10000 Capacity Space ‘The Hangar’ Plus More Names

‘The Reckoning’ from Terminal V is all set to be the largest Halloween rave Scotland has ever seen at Edinburgh’s Royal Highland Centre on Saturday October 26th.

It has just been announced that the rave now takes place over a third party space with an additional 10000 capacity, so the total goes to a whopping 20000 people. The new interconnected space will allow for even more lights, lasers, special visual effects and unique new stage designs to add to the unrivalled experience of the whole thing, making this potentially the biggest Halloween rave in Europe.

The second wave of names announced to play  include Âme, Annie Mac, Bontan, Horse Meat Disco, Jamie Roy, Krystal Klear, Laurent Garnier, Luciano, Maceo Plex, Sally C, Rennier Zonneveld, Stephen Brown, Theo Kottis, Michael Bibi plus 1 very special Terminal V favourite who will be announced 1st week of August. These artists join the already announced Ben Klock, FJAAK, Marcel Dettmann, DJ Koze, Gerd Janson, DJ Seinfeld, HAAi, Red Axes, DJ Tennis, Alan Fitzpatrick, Skream, Hot Since 82, Frazier & Rebuke, so you can be sure of an unforgettable night.