Forbidden Fruit Festival

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Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Saturday 4th June - Sunday 5th June

In the heart of Dublin city, Forbidden Fruit is the capital's first and longest-running city-center festival. On the Bank Holiday Weekend June 4 & 5 – 2022, Forbidden Fruit will return as the first festival of the summer, for what will be a special celebration and back to the summer we know best. Marking our 10th anniversary on the incredible grounds of the Irish Museum Of Modern Art at the Royal Hospital, Kilmainham…

The Forbidden Fruit Festival combines music, art, fashion, food and simple good vibes!

Taking up the headline spots are New Zealand sensation Lorde, marking her first ever gig in Ireland, festival faves Hot Chip, who will be returning for their first Irish performance since 2013 and Belfast-born, London-based duo BICEP, who have raised the roof at the likes of Primavera, Coachella and Glastonbury.

FF 2022 will also see performances from Princess Nokia, Chet Faker and Tom Misch to name a few, along with a healthy dose of incredible homegrown talent including Gemma Dunleavy, Malaki and Kojaque.


Date:
Saturday 4th June - Sunday 5th June
Time:
Varies
Price:
From €74.50
Address:
Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Military Road, Kilmainham, Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Military Road, Kilmainham, Dublin, Ireland

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