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General News / April 12, 2017

Forbidden Fruit add more acts to their Monday line up

General News / April 12, 2017

Forbidden Fruit add more acts to their Monday line up

The June bank holiday Monday just got more interesting…

Kicking off Forbidden Fruit, Orbital will take to Kilmainham on Saturday as part of their new tour, and they’ll be joined by Giggs, Tycho, Booka Shade, Hot Chip DJ set, Jax Jones, Snakehips, NAO, Mall Grab, and a now staple feature Trinity Orchestra.

Aphex Twin will headline the Sunday, with Nicolas Jaar, Moderat, Maceo Plex, Motor City Drum Ensemble, KiNK, Fatima Yamaha, Peggy Gou, Hybrasil and Danny L Harle completing the dance-centric day.

Bon Iver will curate a stage on Monday June 5, recruiting Flying Lotus for his 3D show, Lisa Hannigan, The Staves plus Gordi and Paul Thomas Saunders.

Now the Monday will also feature the hyper-active Danny Brown to proceedings. Also joining in on the fun on Monday will be William Tyler and Velvet Negroni.

It will take place on June 3-5, on the grounds of the IMMA. Click here for tickets.