Bicep, Hot Chip and Lorde top Forbidden Fruit Festival's 2022 line-up
It will be Lorde's first time playing in Ireland.
Dublin music festival Forbidden Fruit has announced details of its 2022 edition, including the first line-up of artists who are set to play at the event.
Scheduled to take place on 4-5 June at Royal Hospital Kilmainham, synth-pop band Hot Chip, electronic duo Bicep and pop superstar Lorde will headline the festival.
The headline spot will be the first time Lorde has played in Ireland, with Forbidden Fruit noting in its announcement it was "honoured" to have her on the bill.
Also set to perform are Peggy Gou, Tom Misch, Chet Faker, The Avalanches, Floating Points, Kojaque, Folamour, Princess Nokia, Biig Piig, Jayda G, Franky Wah, Pip Millett, Gemma Dunleavy, Malaki and Aby Coulibaly, with many more artists to be announced in the coming months.
The first bite of #FF22 🍏🎉
Welcoming you back after 3 years with @feelmybicep Lorde, Hot Chip, Peggy Gou and many more. Register for pre-sale access via https://t.co/KwqbgbR5Mr #FF22 pic.twitter.com/VpEAD25wNM
— Forbidden Fruit (@ForbiddenFFest) November 25, 2021
The event will mark the 10th anniversary of Forbidden Fruit and comes after the annual festival did not take place in 2020 or 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Weekend tickets for the 2022 edition will go on general sale on 2 December at 8am priced from €129.50 including the booking fee.
Meanwhile, pre-sale access will be available from 30 November at 9am, which you can sign-up for through the festival's website here.