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General News / May 20, 2019

Fontaines DC, Lava La Rue, Chaos in the CBD & more added to Bulmers Forbidden Fruit 2019

General News / May 20, 2019

Fontaines DC, Lava La Rue, Chaos in the CBD & more added to Bulmers Forbidden Fruit 2019

Two of the artists will play the District Magazine presents: Someplace Else Stage.

 

Earlier this month Forbidden Fruit announced their 2019 after party line up, featuring Kojaque, Nabihah Iqbal, Mall Grab and more. Now they’ve confirmed another group of artists for the festival.

Fontaines DC were announced over the weekend and now NiNE8 Collective’s founder and leader Lava La Rue, Chaos in the CBD, MathMan, Kodu, Malaki and Al Gibbs have all been aded to the party.

Kodu and Malaki will both play at the District Magazine presents: Someplace Else Stage too!

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