Terminal V is an all-day electronic music festival which runs over multiple indoor stages and some external areas.
Terminal V opens at midday on Saturday. Last entry is 5pm .
The bar closes at 10.45pm, food closes at 10.45pm and the music concludes at 11pm.
Keep an eye out for official Terminal V after parties running immediately after the festival in the city centre.
Please see www.terminalv.co.uk/terms
We recommend getting here as early as possible to avoid queueing.
The Royal Highland Centre
Ingliston, Edinburgh, EH28 8NB
Given it’s Halloween, we expect most people will come in fancy dress. Other than that, there is no dress code.
Small bags only. Nothing larger than an A4 size bag. All bags will be searched upon entry.
You can NOT bring your own alcohol onsite.
We are constantly turning away customers who buy fake tickets or are conned by buying invalid second hand tickets on social media.
We strongly advise people to NOT buy tickets from people over social media platforms.
ID is required upon entry and this must match up to your e-ticket or entry will be refused.
Terminal V will not be responsible for any fake tickets, please report to us anyone who may have been selling fake online tickets or operating cons.
ID is required upon entry and this must match up to your e-ticket.
Fake tickets will be refused entry on the day
Please contact your ticket outlet.
There are cash machines on site.
We operate a bar token system. Our bar token box office accepts card payments and cash.
All stages are indoors, with some external outdoor areas.
There will be a cloakroom.
You can smoke outside. Cigarettes will be sold at the festival.
All lost property will be given to Police Scotland the week following the event
There are toilets inside the venue and port-a-loos outdoors at the venue.
A food village will provide an excellent choice of local food traders including vegan options.
There is No re-entry.
Last entry is 5pm
Please see www.terminalv.co.uk/getting-here
Designated disabled parking spaces are available to customers within the North Car Park. Flat and hard-standing routes link the car park to the Lowland Hall and Central Hall. The route and entrance to the Halls are fully accessible & wheelchair friendly.
There are accessible toilet facilities available along the Eastern Wall and within the West foyer of the Lowland Hall. A newly installed adult changing place is available to customers who request this facility in the adjacent Highland Hall.
The festival site is well equipped for disabled customers.
If you require more information on the disabled access facilities at the event or would like to get in touch please email [email protected]
If you require information on carer tickets please email [email protected]
A dedicated medical and welfare area shall be in operation within the event site. If you require more information, please email [email protected]
There will be excessive strobe lighting used throughout the event.