Words: Dylan Murphy
The additional names come alongside the day-by-day breakdown of the festival lineup.
Earlier this year, Forbidden Fruit revealed that the likes of Central Cee, slowthai, Honey Dijon and Sudan Archives would be heading to The Royal Hospital, Kilmainham this June bank holiday weekend. Today, the festival announced the additions of Channel Tres, Annie Mac, Olivia Dean, Rachel Chinouriri and FJAAK.
Alongside the additional names, Forbidden Fruit have shared the day-by-day breakdowns of the festival.
Celebrated broadcaster, DJ and writer Annie Mac joins the lineup after over a decade in the game as one of music’s most respected taste makers. Olivia Dean’s debut album Messy made good on the promise of her early singles, while pop artist Rachel Chinouriri lands in Ireland following a nomination for the coveted BBC Sound of Award. Elsewhere, West Coast producer and rapper returns to Ireland after a successful solo show while Berlin trio, FJAAK also head to the capital.
Day tickets for Forbidden Fruit go on sale Thursday 27 April at 09.00 via Ticketmaster.
Weekend Tickets for Forbidden Fruit Festival 2023 are on sale via Ticketmaster Ireland & usual outlets starting at 129 euro including booking fee.
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