Line up for Bulmers' Stage at Forbidden Fruit released

The line-up for the Bulmers' stage at Forbidden Fruit in the Royal Hospital Kilmainham on June 2, 3 and 4 has been announced.

The Bulmers' Stage will showcase 100% Irish artists, including Ailbhe Reddy, Booka Brass, David Keenan, Day_s and Nialler9.

Forbidden Fruit ticket-holders will have access to five Bulmers' bars at the festival, including West & East Bar, Core Bar, Forbidden Spirit Cocktail Bar and the Bulmers Live Lounge.

Tickets range from €64.50 for a day ticket to €162.50 for a three-day entrance pass. Tickets are available at ticketmaster.ie or on 0818719300

Further information can be found at www.forbiddenfruit.ie | Facebook @forbiddenfruitfestival | Twitter @forbiddenffest

 

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