MUSIC, ACTIVISM, ARTS, CAMPS, AND FREEDOM
We’re proud to announce the full line-up for Roskilde Festival 2019. Combining raw talent with more well-known artists, it reflects our diverse profile, aiming to inspire and challenge.
What’s special about Roskilde Festival 2019? What’s new, what’s different and what’s particularly exciting? Head of programme Anders Wahrén and head of Arts & Activism Signe Brink are answering all these questions in this interview.
This is our guide to some of the acts that you should keep an eye out for if you want to catch them before they skyrocket to even bigger stages. Some of them are already well respected, some of them have proved themselves in front of big crowds, some of them have ‘made it’. But they’re still about to explode, and they’re about to get even bigger.
We know: there's a lot to keep track of. Here is a brief guide to some pretty special, unexpected things you can't miss.
Many of our acts are role models who have made a big impact both on the arts and in their communities.
Hitchhike through our 2019 world of classic and contemporary songs from cornerstone countries in music history. Flip your thumb, step on and bum a ride around the world.
A selection from our programme of the most contemporary chart-hitting tunes, and the ones we think you’ll hear on your radio in 2019. You heard them here first.
More, more, and more guitar. And then some bass, drums, and vocals. But mostly guitars.
Genre-defining musicians who have influenced thousands of peoples’ taste in music. On the top of their careers – and our poster.
In 2019, we’ll present some of the highest ranked rappers of modern hip-hop. We're all in SICKO MODE from here on out.
If you appreciate the acoustic atmosphere with poetry from heart for romantic moments and chill-out hours, we got you covered at Roskilde Festival 2019.
A broad collection of electronic music at this year’s Roskilde Festival. “Today’s specials”: Electronica, techno, house, dance, and much, much more.
Indie classics mixed with the newest tendencies from a genre in constant transition at Roskilde Festival 2019. If you’re feeling indie - listen to indie feelers.