A HANDFUL OF CHANGES TO THE MUSIC PROGRAMME

PUBLISHED WEDNESDAY 25.5.2022

Experiences
Regrettably, Poppy, Lingua Ignota and Moses Sumney have cancelled their concerts. Instead, we can announce Flo Milli, Alice Phoebe Lou and REIN. In addition, we are moving Jack Harlow to a larger stage and have made some changes to the playing times on the other stages.


Unfortunately, we have a couple of cancellations among the acts in this year's line-up.

Poppy, Lingua Ignota and Moses Sumney are cancelling their performances at this year's Roskilde Festival.

Fortunately, we have found other exciting acts who are ready to step on the stage instead. They are US act Flo Milli, South African musician Alice Phoebe Lou and Swedish act REIN. We're working on booking yet another act.

Flo Milli may just be hip-hop’s next great star.

Flo Milli might just be hip-hop's next star. She makes catchy and cheeky songs filled with funny lines and powerful pop trap beats that have gone viral on Tiktok. The music also works sublimely on a live stage.

Alice Phoebe Lou plays summery indie pop with picks from many other genres like bedroom pop, neo-folk, synth-pop, blues and jazz. She started her career as a busker and has since been nominated for an Oscar for her music.

REIN offers aggressive music that tackles major topics such as existence and technology. The Swedish musician's concoction of EBM, electro and pop hits you right in the guts while at the same time inviting you out on the dancefloor.

We're moving Jack Harlow to a bigger stage – and other changes


When we booked Jack Harlow, he was a promising act who had made his mark on the charts with the hit "Whats Poppin" and as a guest with Lil Nas X. Since then, his star has only risen, not least with his new album, Come Home the Kids Miss You, which went to the top of many charts, including our Danish one. Therefore, it makes sense to move Jack Harlow to a larger stage, Arena.

Fans of crushing guitar riffs should also notice that we have changed the playing times of Jerry Cantrell and Konvent so that they don’t play simultaneously but now just after one another.

We have also some minor changes to the concert times of the following acts:

Alogte Oho & His Sounds of Joy, Baby Keem, Bada, The Blaze, Dua Lipa, Employed to Serve, Kollaps, Liliane Chela, Meuko! Meuko!, Polo G, Robert Plant & Alison Krauss, Teto Preto and The Whitest Boy Alive.

See the updated schedule right here