Additional late-night trams and a free shuttle bus are being laid on to help festival goers to make the most of a special event at The Royal Highland Centre this weekend.
With trams from every 7 minutes throughout that day, Edinburgh Trams will also run extra services every 20 minutes through until around half past midnight during Terminal V, the city’s world renowned underground electronic music festival.
A free shuttle bus will link the tram stop at Ingliston park & ride site with the The Royal Highland Centre which will be home to multiple indoor warehouse and outdoor marquee stages over the two-day event.
Sarah Singh, Head of Operations at Edinburgh Trams commented:
“We are delighted to be able to support the festival by working with the organisers to ensure fans can get back home or to their accommodation once sets finish at 11.00pm on Saturday and Sunday night.
“Trams will serve all stops between Ingliston and St Andrew Square, and with a single ticket costing just £1.80 and day return £3.40, the tram also offers great value for anyone travelling to the event over the Easter weekend.
“On arrival at the Ingliston park & ride tram stop, techno fans can board the free shuttle bus running a regular intervals to the centre’s North Entrance to sample some of the world’s best electronic music, including sets by 999999999, Kink and Planetary Assault Systems.”
Further details about Terminal V can be found here and tram tickets can be purchased from tram stop ticket machines before boarding.
Under-22-year-olds with a Scottish National Entitlement Card or a Young Scot National Entitlement Card and who are Edinburgh residents are be able to travel on the tram for free.