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Forbidden Fruit 2019
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The Royal Hospital, Kilmainham
Saturday, June 1, 2019 - 12:00 PM
Until: Monday, June 3, 2019 - 11:00 PM
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Bulmers Forbidden Fruit Festival 2019

The Royal Hospital, Kilmainham, Dublin 8

June Bank Holiday Weekend

Saturday 1st - Monday 3rd June




Saturday, June 1
Skepta
Jon Hopkins
Earl Sweatshirt
Danny Brown
Mall Grab
Kojaque
Honey Dijon
Daniel Avery
Homeshake
Mahalia
Franc Moody
Prospa
Cromby
Sunday, June 2
Mura Masa
Paul Kalkbrenner
Laurent Garnier
Peggy Gou
Maribou State
MEUTE
Ross From Friends
Polo & Pan (Live)
Joy Orbison
Midland
Empress Of
HAAi . Peach
Daithi
Monday, June 3
Elbow
First Aid Kit
Spiritualized
RY X
Julien Baker
Saint Sister
Barns Courtney
I Have A Tribe
Pillow Queens





** MORE BRAND NEW ACTS ANNOUNCED **

Spiritualized . MEUTE . Franc Moody

HAAi . Peach . Daithi . Prospa . Cromby . Pillow Queens



It’s the first of the month, and with the onset of spring, we are excited to reveal yet more acts who will be joining us at the Irish Museum of Modern Art for one very sweet bank holiday this June.


Bulmers Forbidden Fruit signals the start of the summer festival season and we have already revealed a bumper load of amazing artists who’ll be playing on our beautiful stages. SKEPTA, MURA MASA, ELBOW, DANNY BROWN, PAUL KALKBRENNER, JON HOPKINS, SAINT SISTER, FIRST AID KIT, LAURENT GARNIER, EARL SWEATSHIRT, PEGGY GOU, RY X,JULIEN BAKER, KOJAQUE and MAHALIA are just a few of the incredible performers hitting Bulmers Forbidden Fruit in 2019.


Now, we ask you to hold on to your hats as we reveal even more acts.


Space rock overlords SPIRITUALIZED returned last year with their new album And Nothing Hurt, marking the band’s first LP since 2012’s Sweet Heart Sweet Light. Honing their craft over the last 3 decades, Jason Pierce’s band have released critically acclaimed records, featuring their trademark euphoric-cosmic-gospel fuzz-flecked space-rock sounds. They join our Monday line up.


Also joining the amazing Monday line up are the Dublin quartet PILLOW QUEENS.

While taking influence from artists from contemporary US DIY indie & punk scenes like Mitski, Waxahatchee, Hop Along and Cloud Nothings, Pillow Queens stay true to their Irish heritage, peppering their songs with Dublin slang. Steve Lamaq calls them, ‘Deceptively infectious, with sharp hooks and sharp nails.” Check out their single Gay Girls, released at the end of last year.


We’ve added some more great acts to our burgeoning Sunday line up, too.


“It’s techno, but not like we know it.” MEUTE are an 11-man marching band from Hamburg, taking on classic techno hits, turning them into brassband, party fiesta records. Their back catalogue includes the likes of our Sunday artist Laurent Garnier’s ‘The Man with the Red Face’, Ame’s ‘Rej’ and more. Meute are the ultimate festival and party band - come see why!



DAITHI is an electronic music producer obsessed by the culture of Ireland. The Choice Award nominee combines nature recordings, old Irish samples and analog synths to create a unique type of house music that’s soaked in Irish culture. A mainstay in the Irish gigging scene, his live show is an improvised performance, creating on the spot dance music using synths, drum machines and live fiddle.


Aussie DJ HAAi's absorbing and slow-release style makes for sets that deal in long lasting pleasures rather than instant hits of gratification. Often calling on heavily percussive and primal records “that bring out strangely strong reactions in me,” HAAi is well versed in house, techno, afro, acid and disco, as well as more unusual worldly sounds. (Resident Advisor) Expect her to keep the floor locked to a groove for hours on end.


Toronto's PEACH is most frequently found on the internet radio waves, and in various raves. Now based in London, where she hosts her monthly NTS Radio show, her sets are creative, filled to the brim with energy, dynamism and passion. Check out her debut track, "Silky


Saturday’s line up looks equally as delicious.


PROSPA are rising electronic duo Harvey Blumler and Gosha Smith. The Leeds natives broke on to the scene, playing at Creamfields and ADE for BBC Introducing. Prospa’s unique reimagining of classic dance is exactly why the duo are so hotly tipped by tastemakers such as Annie Mac, Pete Tong, Danny Howard, Monki, Mixmag, and Data Transmission.


CROMBY is an Irish DJ and producer residing in Berlin, having previously cut his trade between Belfast & London. Holding a residency for the past 6 years at Belfast’s legendary Shine and shows in the past year at the likes of Panorama Bar, Robert Johnson, The Warehouse Projectand Boiler Room, he’s one to keep an eye on. As a producer his tracks have picked up props around the world. His latest EP Futurola is the first release on Denis Sulta’s new Sulta Selects sub label Silver Service, which has been gaining a lot of international support. Pete Tong named ‘Retribution’ his Essential New Tune in December on his Radio 1 show, setting the scene for a seriously exciting 2019.



FRANC MOODY is a collective of like-minded musicians led by Ned Franc and Jon Moody who unveiled "Dopamine" and "Super Star Struck," in 2018, quickly bringing them to the attention of underground party and festival goers. Their DIY approach and background running infamous warehouse parties in Tottenham inspired them to combine that raw, raucous party feel, with the slick and groove-based musicianship of their heroes - and we look forward to them hitting the Saturday stage at Forbidden Fruit.






Tickets are on sale now. With just 13 weeks until kick off, why not start your spring right and grab your tickets for Bulmers Forbidden Fruit 2019.

BULMERS FORBIDDEN FRUIT 2019 TICKETS:

ON SALE NOW via www.ticketmaster.ie and usual outlets.


Three-Day Weekend (Sat, Sun & Mon)

Tier 1 - €159.00

Tier 2 - €169.00


Two-Day Weekend (Sat & Sun Only)

Tier 3 - €129.00


Saturday Ticket (Sat Only)

Tier 3 - €69.50


Sunday Ticket (Sun Only)

Tier 3 - €69.50


Monday Ticket (Mon Only)

Tier 3 - €69.50
 

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Bulmers Forbidden Fruit Festival 2019

The Royal Hospital, Kilmainham, Dublin 8

June Bank Holiday Weekend

Saturday 1st - Monday 3rd June

** BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY LINE-UP UPDATE **

‘Fontaines D.C. are the surrealist punks sound tracking an anxious generation...yes, you do need to see them asap.’’ NME


We are delighted to announce one of the most exciting bands around FONTAINES D.C. will join the Monday bill alongside ELBOW, SPIRITUALIZED, RY X, JULIEN BAKER, SAINT SISTER, GLASSHOUSE PRESENTS HOLOCENE (the music of Bon Iver), AND MANY MORE.


The Dublin band join the bill as we announce today with a heavy heart that FIRST AID KIT will regretfully be pulling ALL their 2019 summer festivals and concerts. Sadly, this means that they will no longer be joining us in Kilmainham this June Bank Holiday.


Sisters Klara and Johanna Söderberg have today issued the following message to fans:


Beloved listeners and followers,

We’re devastated to have to cancel the planned summer dates this year. We were super excited to play, but because of unforeseen medical circumstances we simply cannot do the shows. All will be okay and we look forward to seeing you soon again.

Lots of love and magic from Stockholm,

Klara & Johanna


Bank Holiday Monday will be FONTAINES D.C.’s biggest Irish show to date and their only outdoor Dublin show this year. It will be one of two Irish festival appearances that FONTAINES D.C. will play this year, with the other being the SOLD OUT All Together Now Festival this coming August, where the band will rock the mainstage.


‘Fontaines DC...punk rock is reborn’ Rolling Stone


‘Best new band of 2019?’ BBC 6 Music


‘ferocious and flowery, loud and lyrical, straightened out by a decidedly poetic backbone.’ Noisey


Band To Watch: Fontaines D.C.’ Stereogum

‘Astonishing.’ Irish Times

FONTAINES D.C.. have been on an amazing trajectory over the course of the last year and a half. The Irish band have released four critically acclaimed AA side singles, all of which received considerable support both from radio, with the band A-listed at BBC Radio 6 Music for the single Too Real, and from a vast range of international press, with the band featuring in a number of end of year lists and receiving high praise from the likes of NPR, Rolling Stone, Q, NME, The FADER, Time Out, DIY, The Line of Best Fit, Dork, Clash, Gigwise, So Young, Stereogum, Paste and more.


The only way is up. They cracked the UK and Irish Top 10 album charts with their debut record Dogrel - to serious critical acclaim from both home and abroad. Check out The Guardian’s 5 star review here. They took the revered SXSW Festival in Austin, Texas by storm, playing gig after packed out gig. They knocked their appearance earlier this month on one of the USA’s most influential TV shows, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon out of the park, performing two songs, Liberty Belle and Boys In The Better Land. With a sell out US tour looming, global touring beckoning, we are thrilled to bring them to Forbidden Fruit for their biggest home show to date. They’re gonna be Big.


FONTAINES D.C. will be joining the likes of SKEPTA, MURA MASA, ELBOW, DANNY BROWN, PAUL KALKBRENNER, JON HOPKINS, SAINT SISTER, LAURENT GARNIER, EARL SWEATSHIRT, PEGGY GOU, RY X, JULIEN BAKER, KOJAQUE and MAHALIA who play across the weekend at Bulmers Forbidden Fruit this year.


We are less than 2 weeks away from Forbidden Fruit 2019. With a line up filled to the brim with awesome talent, great food, ice-cold drinks - all in a beautiful city centre setting - what more could you ask for? We’ve revealed our Forbidden Fruit Night line-up, too - a tempting selection of FORBIDDEN FRUIT AFTER-PARTIES taking place in a variety of official locations around the city and running up until late.


We have yet more to announce over the next week, so keep it locked to our socials!


Download Fontaines DC Press Photo HERE


BULMERS FORBIDDEN FRUIT 2019 TICKETS:

ON SALE NOW via www.ticketmaster.ie and usual outlets.


Three-Day Weekend (Sat, Sun & Mon)

Tier 2 - €169.00 (Limited Remain)


Two-Day Weekend (Sat & Sun Only)

Tier 3 - €129.00


Saturday Ticket (Sat Only)

Tier 3 - €69.50


Sunday Ticket (Sun Only)

Tier 3 - €69.50 (Limited Remain)


Monday Ticket (Mon Only)

Tier 3 - €69.50


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