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General News / May 29, 2017

Bon Iver to play another, more intimate set while they’re in Dublin

General News / May 29, 2017

Bon Iver to play another, more intimate set while they’re in Dublin

PEOPLE MIXTAPE is “A collaborative and impromptu jam session featuring members of Bon Iver and other Forbidden Fruit performers that day.”

 

Back in December Bulmers Forbidden Fruit announced their first batch of artists set to perform at the festival, confirming that Bon Iver would headline the Monday and curate the day. Flying Lotus’ 3D show, Lisa Hannigan, The Staves, Gordi Paul Thomas Saunders and more will descend on the grounds of the IMMA on that day, but another surprise has been announced.

At 5:15pm at the Outcider Stage members of Bon Iver and some of the other performers that day will get together for a 40-minute jam session.

It’s not confirmed which artists will collaborate for the session just yet, but it’s an exciting prospect with the calibre of musicians floating around that day.

Keep an eye on the festival website for more and for ticket information.

Click here to read a review of Bon Iver’s newest album.