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Bulmers for the bride? Find the love of your life at Forbidden Fruit this year

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by IMAGE
25th May 2019
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Summer music festivals are the making of some of the best memories of our lives. The nostalgic tunes, the ridiculous fashion, the amazing times with your mates, and of course, stealing a kiss with a festival romance. When those small moments turn into lasting adventures, it makes the idea of a summer festival all the sweeter.
Forbidden Fruit is taking over the Royal Hospital Kilmainham in Dublin again this year, with three days of music, entertainment and excitement over the June bank holiday weekend. But while the fruit might be forbidden, the love isn’t, as this year, the festival is encouraging single attendees to find their soulmate amongst the music, with the promise of a lifelong gift if they do.

Love at Forbidden Fruit

As you enter the grounds of Royal Hospital Kilmainham, it’s hard to think of a more perfect location to pop the question. Whether it’s on the Ferris Wheel with views of the city, or sat in the meadows listening to both of your favourite band, Forbidden Fruit is a gorgeous place to feel the love. And if you do hook up with your soulmate over the weekend, make sure to stick together — if you’re still together next year, Forbidden Fruit wants you to get engaged, and if you follow through with the big day itself, they’ll gift you with festival tickets for life.

Tempted? Just take a look at festi-couple extraordinaires Dee & Keith, who did just that at Forbidden Fruit:

 

Dee & Keith’s Engagement at Forbidden Fruit Festival

But, if getting hitched to a festival romance just isn’t for you, never fear: you can still have your big day at the incredible Inflatable Church for the weekend. 

 If you’re still without a ticket, don’t wait around: tickets for certain days are limited, and three-day ticket’s are in short supply too. You can go to Forbidden Fruit from €69.50 for a one-day ticket, €129 for a two-day (Saturday and Sunday only) or €169 for a three-day ticket. See you at the chapel!
To celebrate Forbidden Fruit this weekend, IMAGE are giving away two pairs of tickets to some lucky, loved up couples. All you have to do is answer the question and enter your details below. Good luck!