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Music / February 17, 2022

Loyle Carner, SELLÓ, Overmono and more added to Forbidden Fruit 2022 lineup

Credit: James North
Music / February 17, 2022

Loyle Carner, SELLÓ, Overmono and more added to Forbidden Fruit 2022 lineup

Returning to The Royal Hospital, Kilmainham to celebrate ten years of the festival, Forbidden Fruit has revealed the second wave of acts.

As Dublin’s first and longest-running city centre festival, Forbidden Fruit returns for the first time in three years with news of over 20 acts added to the lineup.

Taking place on the June Bank Holiday Weekend (Saturday 4 & Sunday 5 June), they’ve now revealed that Loyle Carner, Overmono, SELLÓ, Lex Amor, Monjola and more will join the likes of BICEPHot ChipKojaque and a host of other acts for the tenth anniversary celebrations.

New acts:

Loyle Carner * Krystal Klear * Logic1000

Overmono Live * Partiboi69 * Saoirse BKLAVA * Lex Amor * ONES

Prospa Live * Cooks But We’re Chefs Absolute * Marlon Williams 

49th & Main * Joy Anonymous

Trinity Orchestra

Click here for tickets.

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