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Terminal V unveils day splits for much-anticipated festival debut in Croatia


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From July 18-22, the UK’s most celebrated techno festival Terminal V brings a wide arrange of styles and subgenres to the gorgeous Garden Resort in Croatia. Now the day splits have been revealed for what will be five unmissable days of world class techno in the open air, on boats and beaches.

Terminal V, which won an award for the best British festival in 2023, has long been leading from the front with its epic festivals in Edinburgh, Scotland. They are renowned for their next level production and multi-stage experiences as well as for offering a tasteful mix of techno styles from across the spectrum. Now the team brings all that know-how to Tisno’s blissful Garden Resort. It is a natural hideaway with a sweeping bay, glistening Adriatic sea and the chance to dance under a hot sun or twinkling stars at a range of different venues as well as on unmissable daily boat parties and late night afterparties which run until sunrise, while there will be plenty of adrenaline-pumping water sports to enjoy by day.

Dancing will take place at the superb Barbarella’s, regularly voted as one of the best party venues in the world, the more secluded Olive Grove, the epic Main Stage and the superb Beach Stage, with club and boat party partners including abstract, Face 2 Face by 240, Free From Sleep, Hard Beats, Index, Music Reactions, Mutate, Roots, Resonance, Tribes and Underground DOD all bringing their own know how and unique takes on techno.

All styles are represented at Terminal V from thrilling hard techno to more heady deep techno, raw and industrial techno to late night and dark techno via trance-tinged techno high on emotion and throwback rave sounds, all from the scene’s most red hot talents and new school tastemakers.

Thursday features: Azyr, DJ Gigola, DJ Jock, Dominique, Dyen, Eargasm God, Horsegirl, JKS, Lucia Lu Mcr-T, Nastia, Rene Wise, Rar, Sikoti the Muffin Man and more, then Friday is comprised of: Adiel, Aida Arko, Aisha, Charlie Sparks, Elli Acula, Fjaak, François X, Justin Jay, KI/KI, Mall Grab, Parfait, Serafina, Tommy Holohan, X-Coast and Wilderich.

Saturday: Anima, Cera Khin, DJ Jock, Funk Assault, Funk Tribu, Gnro Gumja, Imogen, Insolate, Juicy Romance, Kettama, LB aka Labat Matan, ОТТО, Pusmus, Radios, Raven, SNTS and more. Sunday welcomes Alt 8, Bad Boombox, Caravel, Courtesy, Fka.m4a, Franck, Frazier, Julian Muller, Klangkuenstler, Kobosil, Korse, Laure Croft, Luca Agnelli, MRD, OTTA, SHDW and more. Monday’s closing sees another set from Alt 8 plus Callush, Caravel, Clemente Loffredo, DJ Fuck Off, Faster Horses, Hannah Laing, Kander, Malugi, Narciss, Novah, Rebekah, SDN and Yasmin Gardezi.

Terminal V Festival promises to be an immersive techno celebration of the sort this region has never seen before. Make sure you are a part of this new chapter in the Terminal V story by getting tickets now at

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