Here’s the full line-up for this weekend’s Terminal V festival

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Edinburgh’s Terminal V festival has unveiled its full line-up for this weekend’s massive two-day techno extravaganza.

More than 40,000 festivalgoers will gather at Terminal V’s festival grounds, the Royal Highland Centre, this spring (April 13 – 14) for a weekend of electronic music.

This year marks the festival’s 10th edition, and is expected to be its largest yet — with five stages, and over 80 artists performing across the two jam-packed spring days.

As with previous years, the line-up is set to deliver a slew of unmissable national and ‘homegrown’ acts performing across indoor and outdoor stages. Previously announced headliners include Interplanetary Criminal, Glasgow’s La La and fka.m4a.

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Championing the homegrown talent is Hannah Laing a former Ibiza resident hailing from Dundee. DJs from across the pond joining Laing on the line-up are Italy’s hard techno duo 999999999 and French techno DJ Nico Moreno as well as London’s Charlie Sparks, U.S-based Sara Landry and others.

More Scottish talent has been announced today including Van Damn and Testpress alongside Glasgow’s Neoma, who will be taking over the recently refurbished Area V stage. For the festival’s 10th birthday, the main stage has transformed into an incredible 360° layout for a more immersive experience.

The Hangar stage has also received a fresh face and has been completely redesigned for this year, the stage will host regular collaborator Daddy Trance play b2b with DJ Malgui in their first-ever Scottish appearances.

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The Lab, Terminal V’s smaller more intimate stage, will make a return this spring and is set to welcome the likes of Andy Barton, Arta Fact, DJ Suzie, Feena, Iluna b2b Ona and more.

The festivities don’t have to end at 11:PM for those attending Terminal V. An official afterparty will be taking over the Liquid Room Warehouse in Edinburgh on Saturday and Sunday featuring a selection of artists from the line-up for the price of £15.

At the time of writing the two-day festival is on final tickets with Saturday expected to sell out this week. Tickets are available from £74.95, with two-day and one-day tiers available.

Check the festival’s line-up below.

Written by: Tim Hopkins

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