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General News / January 31, 2019

Earl Sweatshirt, Kojaque, Mahalia & more announced for Forbidden Fruit 2019

General News / January 31, 2019

Earl Sweatshirt, Kojaque, Mahalia & more announced for Forbidden Fruit 2019

Stop that, Forbidden Fruit. Stop that right now.

 

Returning to The Royal Hospital, Kilmainham over the June Bank Holiday weekend, Forbidden Fruit will once again bring some of the world’s leading contemporary musicians to Dublin city.

Headlining Saturday, June 1 will be Skepta and Danny Brown, Sunday, June 2 will be lead by Mura Masa and Monday, June 3 will be headlined by Elbow and First Aid Kit.

Other artists playing across the weekend include Jon Hopkins, Paul Kalkbrenner, Maribou State (Live), Mall Grab, Daniel Avery, Polo & Pan (Live), Homeshake, Ross From Friends (Live) and Saint Sister.

Now Earl Sweatshirt, Laurent Garnier, Peggy Gou, RY X, Julien Baker, KOJAQUE, Mahalia, Honey Dijon, Midland, Joy Orbison, Empress Of, Barns Courtney and I Have A Tribe have all been announced.

Check out the day breakdown below. Click here for more details.

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