Below you find news stories written by Roskilde Festival. For audio please visit our podcast page, alas in Danish only.
GRASP is a new festival for art, activism, research and community. The festival gathers scientists and artists to address and offer sustainable solutions for urgent issues of our time.
Roskilde Festival is the organiser of the Danish sample kings' new artwork made especially for church performances. It’s called "REFRAKTO" and it combines music, sound, light and laser.
The first stop is a democratic festival where activism is on the programme.
Roskilde Festival is one of the forces behind a rich programme in the name of love and gender diversity. We present music, tours, debates, speeches, workshops and performance. Mark 12 August in your calendar.
In Danish only: De danske festivaler går sammen om en koncertdag, hvor vi sætter livemusikken og fællesskaberne i centrum. Glæd dig til D.A.D., Dizzy Mizz Lizzy, Suspekt og Tessa på Refshaleøen i København lørdag den 4. september.
The dome is the new meeting place for the cultural life and creative societies of Roskilde. You can be a part of the opening when the mini festival Bobler LIVE! opens for performances and workshops in the name of art.
The Summer Days guests will be the first ones to taste the organic version of Grøn Tuborg. This launch also means that the draft beers at next year's Roskilde Festival will be 100 % organic.
Summer Days is approaching and it's time for you to start planning your route to the festival site. This is an enriched guide for how to get to and from Summer Days with extra experiences in along the way!
At Summer Days, we've invited a handful of young activists. They give speeches from a central platform in the middle of the audience area. They bring different messages – but they have in common that they want to make the world a better place, and they want you to be an active part of it. Meet three of them here.
You can keep track of time in style when you’re equipped with a watch from About Vintage. The watch is made in collaboration with Roskilde Festival and contains a small piece of the orange tent canvas on the backside.
The Danish authorities have recently eased on the restrictions, which means that we can now sell extra tickets to all shows between 24-27 June.
You can’t have a proper festival without proper food on the menu. You probably know Meyers from Roskilde Festival, and now you can get some of their popular dishes as your own DIY festival menu. Book by 29 June.
Almost everyone chooses to hold on to their Roskilde Festival ticket.
Now you can dress from head to toe in new Roskilde merch. All profits from the sale go directly to support Roskilde Festival.
We have to meet this summer. We need to experience the festival community and get a bit of the Roskilde atmosphere. That's why we have created Summer Days.
When you can’t meet up at Roskilde Festival, we suggest you create your own festival at home. We encourage all Roskilde fans to make a big splash on 3 July. You can even win tickets to 2022.
Do you have a ticket you want to transfer to next year, do you want a refund – or are you looking for available tickets to Roskilde Festival 2022? Read more about it here.
Roskilde Festival 2021 will not happen either. If you want to support us during a difficult time, you can buy a specially designed support wristband – made in collaboration with Wood Wood.
We can't conduct a Roskilde Festival in 2021. Read more about what this summer's prohibitions on large gatherings means for Roskilde Festival.
Finally, we received an official statement about this summer’s restrictions. As expected, we can’t conduct a Roskilde Festival this summer. Let us meet again in 2022.
At Ofelia Plads by the Royal Danish Playhouse in central Copenhagen, you can attend a four-day mini festival full of art, music, dance, talks and more. Four day events – under the titles Time to Activate, Time to Listen, Time to Space Out and Time to Celebrate – take place from 17 to 20 May. They are created by Roskilde Festival and the Royal Danish Theatre.
Our belief in being able to conduct a Roskilde Festival this summer is crumbling. We need a straight answer from the authorities now.
The museum Ragnarock in Roskilde has made a brand-new exhibition dedicated to Roskilde Festival. It is open from 21 April 2021.