, Here’s all you need to know about Forbidden Fruit 2019
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Here’s all you need to know about Forbidden Fruit 2019

Forbidden Fruit is the Dublin city festival taking place for the ninth year on the grounds of IMMA,  Royal Hospital Kilmainham from Saturday June 1st to  Monday 3rd June.

Who’s playing?

Saturday: Skepta, Jon Hopkins, Daniel Avery, Mahalia, Danny Brown, Earl Sweatshirt, Kojaque and more.

Sunday: Mura Masa, Paul Kalbrenner, Maribou State, Laurent Garnier, Empress Of, Peggy Gou, Sim Simma Soundsystem, Daithi, Midland, Joy Orbison and more

Monday: Elbow, Fontaines DC, RY X, Pillow Queens, Spritualized, Julien Baker, I Have A Tribe and more.

Stage Times

, Here’s all you need to know about Forbidden Fruit 2019

, Here’s all you need to know about Forbidden Fruit 2019

, Here’s all you need to know about Forbidden Fruit 2019

What else is on site

A Ferris wheel, an inflatable church, food area, Bulmer’s Bars, funfair, ATM, toilets.

Bar

The various bars are stocking Bulmers Irish Cider, 5 Lamps Beer, t Bulmers Dark Fruits, White & Red Wine and cocktails including Mojito, Cloudy Gin and Daiquiri.

Site Map

, Here’s all you need to know about Forbidden Fruit 2019

Recommendations

Are there tickets left

TICKETS FOR EACH DAY still available, and also available from the box office at the festival.

All via Ticketmaster only.

Organisers shared this graphic indicating you should be quick.

Day tickets are €69.50 plus fees
Saturday and Sunday weekend tickets are €129.50 plus fees
3-day weekend tickets are €169.50 plus fees.

, Here’s all you need to know about Forbidden Fruit 2019

Playlists?

Night Parties

You can buy your tickets for the night parties at the festival at the FF Night tent. This is the best place to get guaranteed entry to the party you want to go to after.

After party tickets are only valid with Forbidden Fruit Festival Saturday, Sunday or Monday Ticket or Weekend Wristband. So you need to also have a Forbidden Fruit Festival wristband for the relevant night or a day ticket in order to get in!

, Here’s all you need to know about Forbidden Fruit 2019

Weather?

From YR.No:

Saturday 12 – 17 degrees – cloudy with possibility of evening showers.
Sunday 13 – 18 degrees – Sunny after 6pm with highest temperature 18 degrees with possibility of showers early afternoon.
Monday 12 – 16 degrees – Chance of light showers in evening.

Opening times, bags & Security

GATES OPENING
Saturday – 02:00pm
Sunday – 02:00pm
Monday – 03:30pm
Last Entry to the festival 21:30

PLEASE NOTE – No large bags will be permitted to the concert site. Bags A4 size & smaller will be subject to security checks on entry. Those with no bags will be fast tracked into the arena.

TICKETMASTER BOX OFFICE OPENING
Opening 2 Hours before gates & Closing at 9.30pm.

Getting there

BY FOOT
Pedestrian access is via East Gate, Military Road and West Gate, James St.

BY CAR
There is no parking at the venue. Traffic Restrictions will be in place on Military Road and Kilmainham Lane. The nearest public car park is Park Rite Parking Lot at 7 Queen Street, Dublin 7

From the West: Off N4 towards Heuston Station
From the North: Off M1 towards Heuston Station
From the South: Off N7 towards Heuston Station

BY BUS
FROM CITY CENTRE

Route No 40, No 123, No 13 (every 10-15 min on Friday and Saturday, 20-30 min on Sunday)
form Upper O’Connell Street / College Green
take bus 40 towards Liffey Valley
take bus 123 towards Walkinstown
take bus 13 towards Grange Castle
go out on Saint James Hospital bus stop

Please check timetables here: No 40 / No 123 / No13

Route No 79 / 79A (aproxx every 15-20 min Friday, Saturday and Sunday)
form city centar Aston Quey, Temple Bar
take bus 79 towards Spiddal Pk
go out on Saint John’s Road West stop
Please check timetables here: No 79 / 79A

Route No 25A (every 10 min on Friday, 20 min on Saturday, 30 min on Sunday)
form city centar Wellington Quay, Temple Bar
take bus 25A towards Lucan S.C.
go Outside Heuston Train Station

Please check timetable here: No 25A

FROM PALMERSTON
From Palmerston towards Kilmainham take routes 25A or 66A
Please check timetables here: 25A / 66A

BY TRAIN
From Celbridge go to Heuston Station; 5 minute walk from Heuston Station.

From Maynoth go to Connolly Station
From Greystone go to Connolly Station.
From Balbriggan go to Connolly Station.
From Connolly take LUAS Red Line towards Saggart to Heuston Station.

Please check timetables here: DART

BY LUAS
Take Red Line from The Point towards Saggart, exit to Heuston Station and it is 5 minute walk to East Gate entrance via Military Road.
Please check timetable here: Luas

MOBILITY IMPAIRED ACCESS
Vehicles with a mobility impaired badge will be permitted to approach the concerts from James Street and Bow Lane where they will be directed via Military Road to the East Gate and from there to the Mobility Impaired Car Park.
Display of mobility impaired parking sticker in a visible position is necessary.
Note: After show vehicles will be held until vehicle curfew is tipped (approximately 30 minutes).

GOING HOME
BY FOOT

Pedestrian egress will be both East Gate, Military Road and West Gate, South Circular Road.
From East Gate to City Centre
Turn to Military Road
Turn right to St John’s Road
Turn right to Quays

BY DUBLIN BUS
TO CITY CENTRE

Route No 40, No 123 , No 13 (every 10-15 min on Friday and Saturday, 20-30 min on Sunday)
form Saint James Hospital stop
– take bus 40 towards Finglas Village
– take bus 123 towards Marino
– take bus 13 towards Harristown
Please check timetables here: No 40 / No 123 / No13

Route No 79 / 79A (every 15-20 min on Friday, Saturday and Sunday)
on Saint John’s Road West stop take bus 79 towards Aston Quey
Please check timetables here: No 79 / 79A

Route No 25A (every 10 min on Friday, 20 min on Saturday, 30 min on Sunday)
Outside Heuston Train Station take bus 25A towards Lucan S.C.
Please check timetable here: No 25A

TOWARDS PALMERSTON

From Kilmainham towards Palmerston take routes 25A or 66A
Please check timetables here: 25A / 66A

BY TRAIN
Towards Celbridge from Heuston Station.
Towards Connolly Station from Heuston Station.
Please check timetables here: DART

BY LUAS
Take Red Line from Heuston Station towards The Point
Please check timetable here: Luas

BY TAXI
Taxies should come from James Street and Bow Lane. Military Road from Heuston Station will be closed for traffic.
After the event, taxi ranks will pick up outside Heuston Station and Kilmainham Gaol.

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