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General News / April 28, 2017

Forbidden Fruit announce a stage made up of 100% Irish artists

General News / April 28, 2017

Forbidden Fruit announce a stage made up of 100% Irish artists

Bulmers Live Stage will showcase the wealth of talent on our little island.


Danny Brown, Orbital, Flying Lotus, Giggs, Nicholas Jaar and Moderat are just some of the international talent performing at Forbidden Fruit on June 3-5, on the grounds of the IMMA in Dublin.

The festival have now announced details of the Bulmers Live Stage, an area “playing host to 19 Irish artists over the Bank Holiday weekend, promoting some of the best in new Irish music!”

Here’s the day breakdown.

Saturday June 3 features Tara Lee, Le Boom, Ocho, Barq, Mango, Super Silly and our own Tara Stewart who’ll be dishing out her usual dose of R&B.

Sunday has Bad Bones, Ships, Soulé, The Innocent Bystander, Heroes in Hiding, AikJ and Handsome Paddy.

Monday has Choice Music Prize winners Rusangano Family, Talos, Ryan Vail, Wastefellow and Laoise.

Click here for tickets to the festival.