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Terminal V: announcing the first wave of names for the 12-hour indoor music festival this Halloween


Scotland’s biggest electronic music event is back with a bang on 29th October 2022 as Terminal V returns with its first Halloween edition in 3 years.

Taking over the huge halls and warehouse spaces of the Royal Highland Centre with 12 hours of irresistible global techno /electronic talent including RICHIE HAWTIN, CAMELPHAT, REINIER ZONNEVELD, Fjaak (Live), Ellen Allien, Mind Against, Klangkuenstler, Pan-Pot, Partiboi 69, Sama Abdulhadi, Anetha, blk, SHDW & Obscure Shape, Shlomo, T78, Charlie Sparks, Elli Acula, and many more.

Terminal V Halloween is undoubtedly a notable date in the annual global party calendar. It has an international reputation for its mind-blowing production and all-round immersive festival experience. That’s why thousands of party people now flock to it from all over the UK and Europe, keen to experience one of techno’s most mesmeric and spine-tingling parties.

Terminal V

One of the few UK festivals which runs not once but twice per year, the Halloween edition is a strictly indoor affair, utilising the vast internal space of the Royal Highland Centre running for 1 day only, midday to midnight.

The event shall see influential pioneers, returning favourites and red-hot newcomers head to the Scottish capital. There will be pummeling, futuristic sounds from Richie Hawtin, rave-fueled acid techno from Reinier Zonneveld, a scintillating live show from Berlin duo Fjaak, the uncompromising Australian artist Partiboi69,  heavy frequencies from BPitch boss Ellen Allien and 90’s/2000’s influenced techno from Klangkuenstler. World-renowned, grammy-nominated melodic house & techno duo Camelphat bring their hypnotic big room sounds, and Pan-Pot exists in their own intricate techno world. 

On top of this, you can expect all shades of techno from deep and dubby to melodic to main room from Mind Against, Klankuenstler, Anetha, Partiboi 69, Sama Abdulhadi, blk, SHDW & Obscure Shape, Shlomo, T78, Charlie Sparks, Elli Acula, and more.

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Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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