Nelly Furtado, Four Tet and Groove Armada are some of the first acts announced that will be performing at Forbidden Fruit Festival 2024.

Forbidden Fruit Festival is returning next June Bank Holiday Weekend, Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 June 2024., for the twelfth year and will take place on the grounds of the Royal Hospital Kilmainham in Dublin 8.

The line-up was announced on Tuesday morning and tickets are set to go on sale next week with prices starting from €129.

Some of the top names revealed in the first round of acts are; Nelly Furtado, Four Tet, BICEP, Barry Can't Swim, DJ Seinfeld, Frankie Stew & Harvey Gunn, Freddie Gibbs, George Riley, Groove Armada DJ SET, Le Boom, Nia Archives, OVERMONO, Sally C, salute, and Hagop Tchaparian with plenty more to be announced.

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Pop and R&B singer Nelly Furtado will be bringing her early 2000s bangers to the stage including ‘I'm Like a Bird’, ‘Promiscuous’, ‘Turn Off the Light’, ‘Maneater’ and her number 1 hit with Timbaland and Justin Timberlake ‘Give It To Me’. The Canadian native has sold over 45 million records - and will be returning to Ireland for her first time since Slane 2000.

Kieran Hebden AKA Four Tet, brings his incredible show to close the main stage of Forbidden Fruit 2024 after a standout year that saw Four Tet close the Coachella main stage alongside collaborators Fred Again… & Skrillex. His unique sound and melodies incorporate elements of hip-hop, electronica, techno, jazz, grime and folk music with live instrumentation, with some of his newer tracks being inspired heavily by techno music.

Electronic duo Groove Armada with hits including At The River and Superstylin' will also be bringing what is sure to be an unforgettable DJ set our way.

Forbidden Fruit 2024
Some incredible acts have been announced for Forbidden Fruit 2024

Belfast’s electronic music duo BICEP are returning to headline the festival for the second time after a sell-out 3arena show this St Patrick's Day. Known for incredible audio-visual shows and standout sound, this year the BICEP boys present CHROMA, their audiovisual DJ Set at Forbidden Fruit 2024.

Freddie Gibbs - an acclaimed rapper whose technical proficiency and provocative lyrics won over fans of gangsta rap as well as underground hip-hop, and next year he will come to Dublin to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of his album Piñata.

Barry Can't Swim had his live debut at All Together Now 2023, with his Vicar Street show selling out in minutes, and has been described as "warm, uplifting and hugely danceable music".

More acts are set to be announced before the festival.

When do tickets for Forbidden Fruit 2024 go on sale?

Tickets go on sale to the general public on Wednesday, November 29, at 9am via Ticketmaster.

Pre-Sale Tickets and instalment options go on sale two days earlier from Monday, November 27, at 9am. You can sign up for pre-sale access here.

Prices of Weekend Tickets (Saturday and Sunday):

  • Tier 1 - €129
  • Tier 2 - €139
  • Tier 3 - €155

Forbidden Fruit 2024 Weekend Instalment Options:

Series of four instalment payment plans at the full ticket price of €155. Each instalment is €38.75 per payment.

  • 1st payment on purchase - time of purchase
  • 2nd payment at the end of Feb 28
  • 3rd payment at the end of March 28
  • 4th payment at the end of April 29

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