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Social Pics: Bulmers Forbidden Fruit Kickstarts Festival Season 2017


by Niamh ODonoghue
02nd Jun 2017
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Kilmainham in? Dublin is rocking this weekend as Bulmers Forbidden Fruit kicks off the Irish summer festival season. Thousands are set to attend the popular music festival and the organisers have announced the newest addition to the festival, The Bulmers Live 100% Irish stage.

The new stage has been launched in support of emerging Irish talent and will feature 19 acts over the three days.Spotted getting into the festival spirit the special preview of the new stage were Model Thalia Heffernan,Alannah Beirne, Luke O Riordan,Jenny Drea and Marie Oxley Boardman as well as Rte’sStephen Byrne, Singer Soule and Q102’s Olivia Hogan and Claire Craig.

Full details on www.forbiddenfruit.ie

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