The seventh instalment of the unique 3 day festival, Forbidden Fruit, in the Irish Museum Of Modern Art at The Royal Hospital Kilmainham is back. Last week, we announced some new additions to the bill. This week, we’ve got yet more acts to reveal AND we’ve got the day by day breakdown to share. Saturday and Sunday tickets SOLD OUT for the second year running last year, so grab them while you can!
DAY BY DAY BREAKDOWN! PLUS NEW ACTS ADDED!
First up, adding to the already awesome line up. Chilean music producer, Nicolas Jaar for his first show in Ireland since 2015, and first live show in Ireland since 2014. His second LP Sirens was released last year to critical acclaim, with Pitchfork calling it ‘awesome, transcendent, timeless’
London rapper Giggs has collaborations with Drake under his belt – and was invited as a special guest at Drake’s 3 Arena show. His 2016 album Landlord hit the #2 spot in the UK album charts.
UK producer and composer, Danny L Harle. With some serious hits under his belt, most notably releases last year with vocals from Caroline Polachek (Chairlift) and a single featuring Carly Rae Jepsen, both of which were released under the PC Music label, Danny is most definitely one to watch.
Peggy Gou is a Berlin based Korean artist. Through a regular stream of high quality mixes she has begun to turn heads in underground circles. Sitting somewhere between Detroit, London and Berlin in sound, her DJ sets are a assured, kinetic combination of dark, pulsing house and techno, broken beats and abstract compositions. She is a unique artist.
For a brand new live act not yet celebrating it’s first birthday, Hybrasil has been busy. With a series of live performances on the legendary Space Terrace last summer, alongside acts such as techno-midwife Juan Atkins and Visionquest’s Ryan Crossan and Lee Curtis, as well as live performances with Sven Vath and a performance at Jeff Mills sold-out orchestra show in Bord Gais Energy Theatre, there has been no time for Hybrasil to learn to walk or talk in its first year on earth. It’s been all about the techno. With fans like Richie Hawtin, Adam Beyer, Dave Clarke and Alan Fitzpatrick, you’re going to want to check Hybrasil out to see what all the fuss is about!
Trinity Orchestra. This 100 strong orchestra is the only student run orchestra in the country – and they’ve received tonnes of acclaim for their incredible covers of artists like Sufjan Stevens, Gorrilaz and Daft Punk. This year, they’re paying homage to the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
DAY BY DAY BREAKDOWN
Saturday, 3 June
Hot Chip (DJ Set)
Sunday, 4 June
Motor City Drum Ensemble
Danny L Harle
Monday, 5 June
Paul Thomas Saunders
More to be announced over the course of the next few weeks. Grab your tickets while you can – don’t say we didn’t warn you!
3 Day Tickets (Sat / Sun / Mon)
General Sale – €145.50 (On Sale)
2 Day Weekend Tickets (Sat / Sun)
Tier 1 – €99.50 (SOLD OUT)
Tier 2 – €109.50 (ON SALE)
Saturday Day Tickets
Tier 1 – €49.40 (SOLD OUT)
Tier 2 – €59.50 (ON SALE)
Tier 3 – €64.50
Sunday Day Tickets
Tier 1 – €49.40 (SOLD OUT)
Tier 2 – €59.50 (SOLD OUT)
Tier 3 – €64.50 (ON SALE)
Monday Day Tickets
General Sale – €59.50 (ON SALE)
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