Edinburgh Trams to run extra services for Terminal V festival

There will be extra services running on the Edinburgh Trams network on Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th April to get people to and from Terminal V (a techno festival) which takes place at the Royal Highland Centre close to Ingliston Park and Ride.

Trams will continue to run to the usual up to seven minute frequency during the day but then services will continue to run every 20 minutes until approximately 0030. In addition there will be a shuttle bus running from Ingliston to the Royal Highland Centre.

Jon McCulley, Edinburgh Trams Operation Manager, said: “We are thrilled to be able to support the festival once again by working with the organisers to ensure fans can make the most of two nights of top techno music. On arrival at the Ingliston Park & Ride tram stop, anyone heading for the event can board the free shuttle bus running regular intervals to the centre’s North Entrance, and there will also be convenient travel back from the venue once acts leave the stage at 2300 on both nights.”

The festival sees a number of indoor warehouse stages and an outdoor marquee and will see some of the top names in electronic music appearing including Indira Paganotto, DJ Suzie, Sara Landry and Interplanetary Criminal.

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