In terms of luck, Scottish event brand Terminal V have been on the wrong side of the fence a few times over the last 18+ months.
On Thursday (30th October), the festival organisers released a statement confirming they would once again have to postpone – this time until Easter 2022, due to rising COVID-19 concerns in the region.
One of the UK’s biggest indoor festivals, Terminal V, was due to take place at Ingliston’s Royal Highland Centre over Halloween – with over 40,000 estimated ravers in attendance.
This is now the third time since the pandemic began that they have had to cancel the festival, with their 2020 and summer 2021 shows suffering the same fate.
Organisers confirmed that they were in communication with local authorities and partner agencies, who advised that the sheer scale of the event poses a significant risk to the current efforts to quell rising infection and transmission rates.
See the full statement from Terminal V below:
The unfortunate news has left some ticketholders understandably frustrated, with many asking for refunds – having lost unrecoverable funds on travel and accommodation.
Ticket holders will automatically have their tickets transferred to the updated Easter 2022 dates.
An announcement is expected to be made about another event, permitted to take place at Edinburgh O2 Academy, where priority will be given to Terminal V ticket holders.