Jim Carroll

Music, Life and everything else

Forbidden Fruit hits town

Thanks to a combination of a really pointless viral video which gave away all the details and the loose-fingered Twitter, most of the details about Forbidden Fruit, the new POD festival at Dublin’s IMMA on June 4 and 5, were …

Tue, Feb 22, 2011, 19:15

   

Thanks to a combination of a really pointless viral video which gave away all the details and the loose-fingered Twitter, most of the details about Forbidden Fruit, the new POD festival at Dublin’s IMMA on June 4 and 5, were already out in the wild long before the launch this evening.

Anyway, the line-up for the two day bash is as follows:

SATURDAY

The Flaming Lips
Wild Beasts
Erol Alkan
Jape
Aeroplane
Ham Sandwich
Colourmusic

SUNDAY

Aphex Twin
Battles
Caribou
Dan Le Sac vs Scroobius Pip
Jamie XX
Kormac’s Band
Solar Bears

Other acts to be announced. Tickets are €49.50 (one day) or €90 (weekend) – plus Ticketmaster fees – and go on sale on Friday morning.

There’s going to be a RAKE of new gig announcements and festival additions in the next fortnight (we will have a pretty damn good one in the morning for a start) so stay tuned and start counting your money.

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