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Terminal V announce Summer Series

Starring Charlotte de Witte, Patrick Topping, Mella Dee and more

2021 May 12     
2 Bit Thugs

A brand new run of three 5,000-capacity events at the Royal Highland Centre

After over a year of No Dancing Allowed, it feels like Scottish ravers are spoiled for choice right now. Following the recent expansion of Glasgow's Riverside festival to a three-day, two-stage event comes news that Edinburgh's Terminal V are also spreading their wings. They've just announced the all-new Terminal V Summer Series, a run of three 5,000-capacity open air events that will take place at the Royal Highland Centre, on the outskirts of Edinburgh, on 7, 14 and 21 August. 

Patrick Topping's record label/events brand Trick are first into the co-hosting hot seat on 7 August. It's something of a homecoming for Topping, who studied at Edinburgh University, and he'll be bringing a host of house, tech-house and techno talent with him: try Renier Zonneveld, Floorplan, Mella Dee, Cinthie, Ewan McVicar and Elliot Adamson on for size.

The following week, on 14 August, it's the turn of Adam Beyer's Drumcode, with label boss Adam Beyer joined by local techno hero Alan Fitzpatrick plus Anna, Ben Klock, Layton Giordani, Bart Skils and Joel Mull.

And then finally the series comes to a conclusion on 21 August with Terminal V presents Charlotte de Witte, with the all-conquering Belgian techno queen joined by Len Faki, PHYXIX (aka Ø [Phase] & Matrixxman),, Adiel, Stephen Brown and more TBA.

Tickets are already going fast, so if you want one, head over to Terminal V's own website as quick as you can!










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