Friendly Fires lead Forbidden Fruit additions
Friendly Fires, Hypnotic Brass Ensemble and Mmoths have been added to the Forbidden Fruit line-up. The trio will play the Kilmainham festival over the course of the June Bank Holiday weekend (2nd - 4th), joining the already announced Leftfield, New Order, Wilco, Death Cab For Cutie, Beirut, Death In Vegas and more.
Friendly Fires will be making their return to Dublin following a sold out (and incredibly well-received) show in The Olympia and their disco funk sound will be a welcome addition to the festival's stable of performers.
Hypnotic Brass Ensemble are a band getting more and more accustomed to the big time. Forbidden Fruit will be a walk in the park (figuratively and literally?) for the group who have already supported the mighty Prince in Malahide Castle.
Mmoths won't have too far to travel as Newbridge based Jack Colleran takes to the stage on Saturday June 2nd. Tipped to be one of the biggest stars of 2012 Mmoths went global in less than a month of the first two Soundcloud uploads. Putting his Leaving Cert studies to the wayside Jack was quickly picked up and signed.
Tickets are still available for the Festival and will cost you €49.50 for a day ticket, €89.50 for two day tix, while €115 will gain you entry for the whole weekend.
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