We are delighted to be serving as Terminal V’s official travel partner on 16-17 April, and will introduce the special Service 98 between the city centre and the Royal Highland Centre for this year’s event, to transport festival-goers right to the festival gates.
Originally starting out as a single room warehouse event back in April 2017 with only 2,500 people in attendance, Terminal V has since then grown to become the UK’s largest indoor music festival. This year’s line-up includes a plethora of huge names in the industry: including Amelie Lens, Floorplan, Helena Hauff, I Hate Models, Hector Oaks, Marcel Dettmann, Nina Kraviz, Robert Hood and FJAAK.
Lothian’s Service 98 will leave from George Street (outside the Assembly Rooms) with the first departure at 11:30 and last departure at 16:15. From Terminal V, the first departure will be at 18:00 and the last departure at 23:45. Buses will run up to every 8 minutes. There will be additional pick-up points at the West End (stop SD), Haymarket (stop HH) and the 31 stops along Corstorphine Road until Maybury.
Plan your journey with our journey planner here – don’t forget to change the date to 16 or 17 April!
Tickets can be purchased on-bus via contactless only or in advance through M-tickets available from our app. Download the app to get started.
- Single £4.50
- Return £7.50
- Network Day Ticket £10.00
(providing unlimited travel on day and NightBus services across our entire network
Remember, if you hold a valid NEC or Young Scot NEC you can travel for free under the Scottish Government’s Young Persons’ (Under 22s) Free Bus Travel initiative. Read more on the scheme.
To learn more about Terminal V, visit their website.