As well as announcing the artists for each of the three stages, Forbidden Fruit has unveiled a brand new fourth stage for this year's festival.

If you haven't decided what you'll be doing this June Bank Holiday weekend, then Forbidden Fruit might be the festival for you.

This year's festival is set to be their biggest yet, with the announcement of their fourth stage just today. Called the Someplace Else Stage, it will feature artists such as I Have A Tribe, Pillow Queens, Daithi, Ama, Fia Moon, and many more deadly Irish artists.

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District Magazine presents Someplace Else Stage 🍎🍏 We are excited to announce a brand new stage at Bulmers Forbidden Fruit Festival 2019 πŸ’₯πŸ’₯ Three years ago @district.magazine became our media partners, interviewing and photographing the artists and hosting a series of afterparties around the city. District Magazine presents Someplace Else Stage will focus on left of field electronica, indie, weirdo pop and hip hop. Someplace Else will be a breeding ground for the artists you’ll see on the main stage next year. The place where you’ll see them in an intimate setting for one of the last times. See you on June 1st #BulmersFF19 πŸπŸ‡ Tickets via link in bio πŸ”₯

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The Forbidden Fruit people have also announced the artists who are lined up to play each day at the other three stages too - Original, Undergrowth, and Lighthouse. Saturday, June 1st will have Skepta, Danny Brown, Jon Hopkins, and Honey Dijon.

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Sunday, June 2nd will have the likes of Mura Masa, Maribou State, Paul Kalkbrenner, and Nightmare On Wax.

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While the final day of the festival on Monday, June 3rd will have three of the stages providing music from Elbow, First Aid Kit, Saint Sister, and Insideawave.

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Tickets for Forbidden Fruit can be found here, with prices starting at €69.50 for a day pass.