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General News / October 24, 2019

Forbidden Fruit announces a huge first 2020 headliner

General News / October 24, 2019

Forbidden Fruit announces a huge first 2020 headliner

An iconic duo arriving back in the capital for their first show in over 4 years.

Earlier this month it was revealed that Forbidden Fruit would be reducing the number of days from three to two for the tenth instalment of the summer festival.

Today they have revealed the first headliner for the festival in 2020 to play the Museum of Modern Art, Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Dublin.

Underworld will be descending on Dublin for their first show in the capital in 4 years. Set to release DRIFT series 1 on November 1 after sharing new material every week as part of the series, the iconic duo are no strangers to headlining some of the biggest stages in the world, including Glastonbury.

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Rick Smith and Karl Hyde have a plethora of acommplished works under their belts and a record of playing incredible shows to packed out crowds. The first of a number of impending Forbidden Fruit announcements it looks as though the tenth edition of the festival will be a special one.

A limited number of Weekend tickets at a special early bird price of €110 are now on sale. Click here for more.