5 Acts Not To Miss At Forbidden Fruit

5 Acts Not To Miss At Forbidden Fruit
Hannah O'Connell
Hannah O'Connell

31 May 2017

With a host of great acts taking to the Forbidden Fruit stages this weekend we've picked out five that we think you need to check out.



Outcider Stage 

17:30 - 18:15

Bonzai is a Dublin-born artist that makes RnB/rave inspired music. You may recognise her vocals from Mura Masa's What If I Go and the Pretty Little Thing advert that showcases her track KBG. With a Glastonbury slot already under her belt it won't be long before she's playing much larger stages so catch her while you can. 

Mura Masa


Original Stage  

18:00 - 19:00

Mura Masa's debut album is set to drop on 14th July. If features an incredible list of collaborators including A$AP Rocky, Charli XCX and Damon Albarn. At just 21 the producer has an impressive discography to date and the last time he played Dublin he took the roof off District 8. Not one to miss. 



Bulmers Live Stage 

18:30 - 19:15

Irish vocalist Soulé takes to the new Irish-only Bulmers Live Stage on Sunday. Her sound is inspired by RnB, soul and drum & bass making for a fun, energetic sound. Her set promises to be one of the highlights of the weekend so make sure you're in the crowd.

Fatima Yamaha 


Lighthouse Stage 

19:45 - 20:45

Fatima Yamaha is a Dutch producer hailing from Amsterdam. His sets are packed with soul, funk, house and disco elements and are always a welcome edition to a festival. Prepare for a stitch dancing at this one. 

Flying Lotus 


Outcider Stage

20:10 - 21:10

Flying Lotus is an multi-genre producer from LA. As well as his own tracks he has production credits on Kendrick Lamar and Chance The Rapper records. He will bring his live 3D set to the Outcider Stage this Monday and based on previous performances, we're in for a treat. 

Check out the full stage breakdown below & grab the last remaining tickets HERE.