The complete lineup has been announced for what is set to be Europe’s biggest halloween event.
Terminal V – The Reckoning will be the largest dance event Scotland has seen since the year 2000, all taking place at Edinburgh’s Royal Highland Centre on Saturday October 26th.
The lineup sees the world’s biggest names in house and techno, such as: Amelie Lens, Âme, Annie Mac, Ben Klock, FJAAK, Marcel Dettmann, Gerd Janson, Laurent Garnier, Luciano, DJ Seinfeld, Tale of Us, Alan Fitzpatrick, Skream, Hot Since 82, Red Axes, Bontan, Horse Meat Disco, Jamie Roy, Krystal Klear, Ida, Mor Elian, Free Love, Minimal Violence, Maceo Plex, Tale of Us, Sally C, Rennier Zonneveld, Stephen Brown, Theo Kottis, Michael Bibi, DJ Tennis, Frazier & Rebuke, so you can be sure of an unforgettable night.
This was already set to be the biggest dance event in Scotland since the turn of the millennium, and now it’s even bigger: it takes place at the Royal Highland Centre mass warehouse complex with a total capacity of 20,000 people, immense production packed full of specialist lighting designs, mesmeric visual effects and five unique stage concepts that will make the whole thing an utterly thrilling and escapist experience.
This legendary Edinburgh nightclub Sneaky Pete’s return to host a stage which will be a place to hear cutting edge female DJs and live acts who are right at the vanguard of the house and techno scenes. First up, Vancouver duo Minimal Violence are riding high off the success of their latest album InDreams on Technicolour which is a dusty, acidic, industrial tinged techno masterpiece. Their arresting live show is joined by more audio visual stimulation from the edgy Free Love, with Ida and Mor Elian also joining in with more to be announced.
This is set to be an unforgettable event, with a monster line-up and vast crowd all in fully transformed warehouse spaces that will leave you spellbound.
Some artist & promoter quotes:
Patrick Topping – ‘Terminal V was literally one of the very best gigs of my life and it blew me away.’
Richie Hawtin – ‘Terminal V reminded me why Edinburgh is a pure techno city. Incredible.’
Chris Liebing – ‘Terminal V was an outstanding festival with so many artists and a great vibe all round.’
Terminal V’s promoter Derek Martin – “We’ve increased the festival site each time since we launched in 2017, but this is by far the biggest leap yet, connecting up a 3rd (and the biggest) warehouse space to our existing site, opening doors on all sorts of new stages, production and acts than ever before. To our knowledge, there is no bigger indoor event space in the UK to hold such an event, it’s set to be incredible.”
Terminal V Promoter Simon McGrath – “We’ve been excited about this warehouse addition for some time. It’s great to now be at the level that we’re able to incorporate an additional 10,000 capacity space into our Terminal V events. We can’t wait to get our production team into the space. The lighting and sound designs we have planned for the new space are going to complete the new layer in Terminal V ‘s growth.”