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General News / February 6, 2017

Forbidden Fruit Festival announce another big one for 2017

General News / February 6, 2017

Forbidden Fruit Festival announce another big one for 2017

Limerick born, adored by the electronic music world.

 

In December, Forbidden Fruit Festival released information about Monday June 5, the third day of the festival.

The announcement said Bon Iver, who produced one of the finest albums of 2016, would curate a stage on Monday, recruiting Flying Lotus for his 3D show, Lisa Hannigan, The Staves plus Gordi and Paul Thomas Saunders. They then confirmed Orbital will take to Kilmainham on Saturday as part of their new tour.

Now one of the biggest names in electronic music has been added to the bill. Aphex Twin is coming back to Ireland after a few years away. He’ll perform on Sunday June 4.

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