- 30 May 19
The wait is nearly over! The Forbidden Fruit is ripe and reading for plucking, so if you’re planning on heading along, here’s everything you need to know...
This year’s Forbidden Fruit Festival has Mura Masa, Elbow and Skepta headlining across the weekend. Other artists appearing across the three days include Fontains D.C., Kojaque, Maribou State and many more. Here's the stage breakdown for the weekend:
Forbidden Fruit are extending the events into the early hours of the morning with their Forbidden Fruit Night after-parties, taking place in a number of venues scattered over the city. Some of your favourite artists will be bringing their talents off the big stages of the festivals and into settings around Dublin.
Ahead of the weekend, Forbidden Fruit have provided a handy list of 'Dos and Don't', as well as information on getting to Kilmainham, to keep you right:
** DOs & DON'Ts **
Dress appropriately for the weather. The festival takes place outdoors on the grounds (grass lawns) of Royal Hospital Kilmainham. No Large Umbrellas, (Pocket size is fine)
Bar and catering facilities are available; we operate the “Challenge 25” policy at our bars on site. This means that anyone who looks 25 years or under can expect to be asked for ID. Please drink responsibly.
Please be respectful of the grounds of the Royal Hospital Kilmainham and the locality of Kilmainham which is a residential area.
No illegal drugs
No professional recording equipment
No smoking in enclosed spaces
No parking at the venue
No re-enrty with Day tickets
No Wristband tempering
WARNING! Urinating inside and outside the event premises is Public Order Offence. Person's seen urinating in public will be permanently removed from festival grounds without warning and will be prosecuted.
NOTE - No large bags will be permitted to the concert site. Bags A4 size & smaller will be subject to security checks on entry. Those with no bags will be fast tracked into the arena.
** GETTING THERE **
Forbidden Fruit takes place on the grounds of the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Dublin 8, 15 minutes form Dublin city centre.
See more at: www.rhk.ie
Saturday - 02:00pm
Sunday - 02:00pm
Monday - 03:30pm
Last Entry to the festival 21:30
PLEASE NOTE - No large bags will be permitted to the concert site. Bags A4 size & smaller will be subject to security checks on entry. Those with no bags will be fast tracked into the arena.
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