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Terminal V completes full line-up ahead of its Halloween edition

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Edinburgh’s Terminal V has completed its lineup ahead of the midday ‘till midnight event on October 29.

Those added include DJ Boring, Skream, DJ Hell, KI/KI and La Fleur who will join names including Richie Hawtin, Reinier Zonnerveld (live), Ellen Allien and Sama’ Abdulhadi.

Taking over the Royal Highland Centre and stretching across 12 hours of techno, Terminal V has cemented itself as a bi-yearly affair having returned for its first event since lockdown in April this year.

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Also branded ‘strictly indoors’, punters won’t have to worry about any unfortunate weather interrupting their day of raving.

“Following an incredible return for Terminal V Festival earlier in the year, we’re now aiming to build on the hype of that with the return of our most unique indoor only Halloween edition,” explains the event’s Derek Martin. “Terminal V: Halloween will be the first in three years and we can’t wait to welcome electronic music fans from across the globe back to Edinburgh to experience this our biggest October event yet.

It’s been a busy year for Terminal V: just last week, it made its European festival debut at Italy’s Decibel Open Air. Representing the brand were 999999999, Adiel, I Hate Models and Mattia Trani.

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You can check out the full line-up for Terminal V’s October edition below, and grab your ticket here:

  • Anetha
  • BLK.
  • Camelphat
  • Charlie Sparks
  • DJ Boring
  • Ellen Allien
  • Elli Acula
  • FJAAK
  • Franck
  • Klangkuenstler
  • Ki/Ki
  • La Fleur
  • Lee Ann Roberts
  • Mind Against
  • Pan-Pot
  • Partiboi69
  • Reinier Zonnerveld (live)
  • Richie Hawtin
  • Sama’ Abdulhadi
  • SHDW & Obscure Shape
  • Skream
  • Stephen Brown
  • Tommy Holohan
  • T78

Niamh Ingram is Mixmag’s Weekend Editor, follow her on Twitter

Written by: Tim Hopkins

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