Forbidden Fruit Festival have added eight new acts to their lineup for the June Bank Holiday next year in The Royal Hospital, Kilmainham.

The new additions are:

  • Justice
  • Bonobo
  • Vince Staples
  • Glass Animals
  • Bicep (Live)
  • Denis Sulta
  • Hunee
  • Ross From Friends (Live)

That adds to the lineup of the previously announced The War On Drugs, Grizzly Bear, Warpaint, Thundercat and more.

TICKETS

Two Day Weekend (Sat 2nd & Sun 3rd) ON SALE NOW
1st Release – €109.00
2nd Release – €119.00

Three Day (Sat 2nd, Sun 3rd, Mon 4th) ON SALE NOW
1st Release – €162.50

Monday Day (4th)
1st Release – €64.50 ON SALE NOW

Posted on December 15th, 2017

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Shine and AVA Festival have teamed up for a special New Year’s Eve gig in Belfast’s Telegraph Building with a whopper lineup of:

Main Room
Denis Sulta
Dj Seinfeld
Holly Lester

Room 2
Trance Wax (Ejeca’s alias)
Swoose & Cromby
Influx X Bekuz

This is Shine and AVA’s third year collaborating and the venue is an old 19th Century printing warehouse in Belfast’s City Centre.

Tickets are £25+ fee @ Katy’s Bar, shine.net, ticketweb.ie & Resident Advisor

Posted on December 13th, 2017

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Metropolis Festival will once again host Red Bull Music Academy for strands of conversations, a live stage & afterparties.

Participating this year will be:

Talks and conversation:

  • Neil Barnes (Leftfield)
  • Jazzy Jeff
  • Richard Fearless (Death In Vegas)
  • Pfadfinderei

Live stage

  • Mall Grab
  • Krystal Klear
  • Peggy Gou
  • Or:La
  • Long Island Sound
  • Denis Sulta

Afterparties

Laurent Garnier on Saturday night with more TBA.

Red Bull Music Academy will take place in Berlin next year.

TLC won’t be playing Metropolis; Todd Terje, Jazzy Jeff, Denis Sulta & Mall Grab are

Metropolis announce new acts: New Jackson, Le Boom, Mango, Mix & Fairbanks, ELLLL …

Posted on October 4th, 2017

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The news that ’90s R&B legends TLC were playing Metropolis next month was greeted with many a cheer but it was too good to be true.

Unfortuantely, TLC have pulled out of Metropolis as they’ve had to reschedule their European dates due to a T Boz back injury. Cruel world.

To soften the blow, the festival announced four acts at the same time:

Todd Terje, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Denis Sulta & Mall Grab.

If that’s of no consolation to you, Sunday ticket buyers who wanted to see TLC can get a full refund from Ticketmaster.

If you’re still tempted (and the lineup is solid), Ticket prices for Sunday will remain at €69.50 and will not increase to the final tier of €79.50, as in previous years.

Posted on September 26th, 2017

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Forbidden Fruit Fruit added some regular visitors to Ireland and some new names to Dublin’s June Bank Holiday music festival for The Royal Hospital from June Bank Holiday Weekend, 3rd – 5th June with the addition of:

Saturday, June 3rd
Bonzai
67 (South London grime)
Icarus (Bristol electronic duo)

Sunday, June 4th
Mura Masa (Live)
Denis Sulta

Monday, June 5th
More to be announced very soon.

INSTALLATIONS CALL

Submissions are now open for Irish artists, designers, and creatives for installation proposals for this year’s Bulmers Forbidden Fruit Festival on the ground of the Irish Museum of Modern Art. Please send us a brief visual and conceptual outline, the main area we are looking to commission a piece is the festival’s entrance.
(But we are extremely open minded to ideas, big or small using a wide array of mediums)
[email protected] – Deadline May 1st

Tickets

All tickets are now selling on Final Price Tier

Tickets for Forbidden Fruit are on sale now via ticketmaster.ie and usual outlets.

3 Day Tickets (Sat / Sun / Mon)
General Sale – €145.50 (ON SALE)

2 Day Weekend Tickets (Sat / Sun)
Tier 1 – €99.50 (SOLD OUT)
Tier 2 – €109.50 (ON SALE)

Saturday Day Tickets
Tier 1 – €49.40 (SOLD OUT)
Tier 2 – €59.50 (SOLD OUT)
Tier 3 – €64.50 (ON SALE)

Sunday Day Tickets
Tier 1 – €49.40 (SOLD OUT)
Tier 2 – €59.50 (SOLD OUT)
Tier 3 – €64.50 (ON SALE)

Monday Day Tickets
General Sale – €59.50 (ON SALE)

Posted on March 30th, 2017

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