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The Forbidden Fruit Saturday Line Up Is Here


by Holly O'Neill
11th Mar 2016

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The Saturday line up for Forbidden Fruit 2016 is here! On the Saturday of the June Bank Holiday weekend (Friday 3rd – Sunday 5th) at?The Royal Hospital, Kilmainham, Tame Impala, Jungle, Skepta, Tale of Us and Kiasmos, Battles, Freddie Gibbs, Bondax and Kormac Live AV are playing.?Forbidden Fruit will be announcing more acts in the coming weeks.

TAME IMPALA / JUNGLE / SKEPTA / TALE OF US / KIASMOS / BATTLES / FREDDIE GIBBS / BONDAX / KORMAC LIVE AV?

Plus much more to be announced

Tickets for the Saturday will go on sale today, Friday the 11th of March, from 9am. Tickets from €59.50 can be bought from ticketmaster.ie and from outlets nationwide.

Keep an eye out as Forbidden Fruit will be announcing something new for the weekend every single week from now until the festival kicks off on the June Bank Holiday.

Tickets for Forbidden Fruit Saturday go on sale at 9 am on Friday 11th March priced €59.50 including booking fee through Ticketmaster.ie and outlets nationwide. This is just a taster of what’s to come. So stay tuned for more top quality acts to be announced for this three’day extravaganza.?

Over 18’s event|www.forbiddenfruit.ie | Facebook @forbiddenfruitfestival |Twitter @forbiddenffest?

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