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General News / October 15, 2019

Forbidden Fruit changed to 2 day festival & 2020 dates revealed

General News / October 15, 2019

Forbidden Fruit changed to 2 day festival & 2020 dates revealed

Forbidden Fruit announces its tenth instalment of the festival.

2020 marks the tenth year of Forbidden Fruit’s existence. The coming edition of the festival will see the festivities unfold over two days rather than the previous norm of three.

This coming year will see it taking place on the 30 – 31 May at the Museum of Modern Art, Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Dublin.

Pre-registration for tickets is available on their website and they are also calling for people who have attended the summer festival over the years to recount their favourite memories to be in with a chance to win tickets.