Edinburgh’s Terminal V festival has announced the stage splits for its Easter Sunday soirée. Across four stages on 1st April, the Royal Highland Centre will be taken over by a cast of international and local talent.
The main Terminal stage will host household names Kolsch, Bicep, Peggy Gou, Artwork, Mall Grab, Mella Dee and Alan Dobson. Meanwhile, on the more techno focussed Area V stage, Rødhåd, Pan Pot, Amelie Lens, Helena Hauff, Jay Clarke, Stephen Brown and Frazier will be handling proceedings.
The Lab Stage will host a special disco set from Chicago legend Derrick Carter as well as sets from local house stalwarts Dixon Avenue Basement Jams and Gareth Sommerville.
The smaller VIP Courtyard stage will host a range of emerging local talent including Ashmore, Disorder, Hometown, High Tea, Hybrid , Rebecca Vasmant and Wax Collective.
There are some great all-dayers lined up over the next few months, some of which are taking place in some very special locations. There’s huge open air party being held in a German coal refinery in August. In London, Printworks launches its new season this Saturday (3rd March) with terrific bill including Kerri Chandler, John Talabot and Job Jobse.
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