The sixth Forbidden Fruit takes place in the grounds of the Royal Hospital, Kilmainham, in the city of Dublin, Ireland, on June bank holiday weekend from Friday 3rd to Sunday 5th July 2016.
Latest additions Pusha T, Leftfield (DJ Set), Kerri Chandler, Detroit Swindle, Gerd Janson, Octave One, Trinity Orchestra, Al Gibbs, Jack Dunne, Tom Misch, Clu, White Collar Boy, Voxx, Eve DJs, 4wrd Grad, Brame & Hamo, Jack Thompson, Dan Stritch, Cian Toner, Aaron Nolan, Hidden Agenda DJs, Bruce Willis DJs, and Hidden Flux DJs.
They join Tame Impala, Underworld, Jungle, Flume, Groove Armada (DJ set), Dizzee Rascal, Katy B, Young Fathers, Bodhi, Mmoths, Steve Mason, Klingande, The Field, Skepta, Freddie Gibbs, Kormac, Tale Of Us, Kiasmos, Ame, Maya Jane Coles, Jackmaster, Battles, Tiga, George Fitzgerald, Bondax, Hnny, and DJ Deece. Much more of the line-up is still to be announced.
For the line-up details and stage splits as available see the Forbidden Fruit line-up page.
There are many moire acts to be announced across four stages (Original Stage, Undergrowth, Lighthouse, Someplace Else), plus the return of the Bulmer’s Lounge. Details on the Comedy and Fashion offerings are all still to be announced.
A weekend ticket is priced 119 euros, day tickets 59.50 euros.
Forbidden Fruit is an Over 18 event, photo ID will be required.
Forbidden Fruit by Night
A series of festival after-parties in official locations around the city, running until 3am on the June bank holiday.
Special Guest & Bodhi @ Button Factory
Detroit Swindle with The Malibu Club @ The Grand Social
Gerd Jansen with Telephones @ Wigwam
Tale of Us @ Button Factory
Bondax & Special Guests with Hidden Agenda @ The Grand Social
Jungle DJ Set with Lumo @ Wigwam
Freddie Gibbs with Sense @ The Sugar Club
The Rnb Club @ Tengu
Groove Armada DJ Set with Curve @ Button Factory
FunkinEven with Discotekken @ The Grand Social
Âme Live with Bodytonic @ Wigwam
Jackmaster & DJ Deece @ Tengu
Tiga b2b Jori Hulkkonnen with This Greedy Pig @ The Sugar Club
The multi-stage music and arts festival takes place in Dublin city centre, Forbidden Fruit sees Bulmers partnering with festival organisers POD. The festival combines music, art, fashion and simple good vibes. The event will also offer food markets, fashion stalls and more.
This event does not have camping or car parking at the venue, but there are a number of hotels, hostels and guest houses in the area.
More information will be here when available.
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