Bulmers Forbidden Fruit Has A Totally Chilled Out Vibe, Confirms Local Man


Local man and first time festival attender Ciaran Lally has been effusive in his praise of the ‘chilled out vibe’ at Dublin’s Forbidden Fruit Festival, WWN can reveal.

Using his set of unique criteria of assessment, Lally made several vibe-related assertions shortly after gaining entry to the grounds of the Royal Hospital in Kilmainham.

“Woah, dude, this is totally, totally chill,” Lally explained to his friend and fellow first time festival goer Martin Curran, using words he presumed would make him sound like a grizzled festival veteran.

Lally careful appraisal of the festival, which features acts including Tame Impala, Jungle and Underworld was further reinforced by several other sightings of impossibly chilled out things.

“Oh cool, they’ve got that whole ironic post-consumerist chic thing going on,” Lally added, pointing at Mario’s chip van.

In an effort to reinforce just how chilled out the vibrations emanating from Forbidden Fruit were turning out to be, Lally informed his friend that he was looking forward to seeing a number of hipster bands that were so cool and underground they had yet to form.

[WWN-Post-Info-Box]Bulmers Forbidden Fruit, Dublin city centre’s multi-stage music and arts festival returns for its sixth instalment on the June Bank Holiday weekend. A unique city centre festival that combines music, art, fashion, food and simple good vibes. Visit Bulmers.ie to find out more. #ThisIsOurTime #Bulmers #FF16 Drink Bulmers Responsibly.[/WWN-Post-Info-Box]