6 Things You Need To Know If You're Heading To Forbidden Fruit This Weekend
A dreamy weekend lies ahead.
Forbidden Fruit, ya little ride.
All the fun of a festival without having to trek too far or sleep in a sweaty tent.
Taking place over the next three days in Kilmainham, we've drawn up a delish list of all the info you're likely to need for the weekend ahead.
1. Opening times
Music ends at 10.45pm each evening.
2. Getting there
- Easy Peasy: Free Bulmers Buses will pick up at Harcourt Street at 30 minute intervals starting at 4pm on Friday and at 2pm Saturday and Sunday.
- Luas: Take the Red Line from Abbey Street to Heuston Station, then it's a 5 minute walk from there.
- Dublin Bus:
40, 123 or 13 from Upper O'Connell Street or College Green
79, 79A from Aston Quay or Temple Bar
25A from Wellington Quay or Temple Bar
- Taxi: Ask to go to James Street and Bow Lane - that's as far as they can bring you.
It looks like the current scorcher is set to continue - minus the small threat of thundershowers on Saturday. Make sure you have sunblock, a zippie and sunnies at the ready!
4. Must-see acts
Friday: Kerri Chandler, Gerd Janson B2B Detroit Swindle
Saturday: Tame Impala, DJ Deece, Jungle, Tale Of Us
Sunday: Tiga, Âme, Jackmaster
Full lineup and scheduling below.
5. Forbidden Fruit Night 2016
The party ain't over at 10.45pm, my friends... In fact, it will just be kicking off. There are a heap of official Forbidden Fruit afterparties taking place across the city. Here's our pick of the best each night:
Saturday: Jungle (DJ set) with Lumo Club
6. Other things to check out
- Split your sides laughing with Jarlath Regan at The Comedy Tent
- Have a boogie with Gramma the DJing robot
- Get your hair done by the best in the business at the Cut & Sew pop-up for a mere €15
Getting FOMO already?
Sunday tickets are sold out, but three-day tickets as well as Friday and Saturday tickets are still available – pick them up here.
This is gonna be greaaaaat!