Britpop legends, rock veterans and indie pop stunners are among 19 new acts added to next year's Roskilde Festival.

Today we are gearing up for Roskilde Festival 2023 as we proudly unveil 19 new acts to music programme, featuring 10 nations and a wide array of musical styles.

Simply put, our latest addition to the line-up covers everything from legends to new sensations. Let us get to it!

For our 2023 festival, we welcome back legendary Britpop act Blur who returns with a catalog stuffed with hits such as 'Song 2', 'Girls & Boys' and 'Coffee & TV'. 

20 years after their last concert at Roskilde Festival, Blur returns with a catalog stuffed with hits such as 'Song 2', 'Girls & Boys' and 'Coffee & TV'. 

In the past years, however, lead singer Damon Albarn has remained particularly close to the Roskilde Festival audience, for whom he has performed both as a solo act and with projects as diverse as Gorillaz, Africa Express and The Orchestra of Syrian Musicians. 

When the ever-playful and genre-breaking Albarn steps out onto the Orange Stage next summer, it will thus be the 10th time he faces the Roskilde audience.

Queens of the Stone Age return to Roskilde Festival

Queens of the Stone Age return with new material
If burning hot desert rock sparks a fire in you, then get ready for American guitar heroes Queens of the Stone Age,
 who will visit the festival for the fifth time this summer – bringing material from their upcoming album.

Compatriots in the critically acclaimed indie band Japanese Breakfast will adorn Roskilde Festival with dreamy pop from a wide-spanning discography, which features their most recent album, Jubilee from 2021.

Distinctive pop voices
Furthermore, festival attendees can look forward to two significant pop names in each of their own right.

Swedish Tove Lo brings her sex-positive "dirty pop" with a brand new and deeply personal album, and Canadian Alice Glass returns to Roskilde Festival – for the first time under her own name, bringing her debut album, 'PREY//IV', which deals with abuse, violence, and trauma, and which shows a way through the darkness. 

These 19 names are announced for Roskilde Festival 2023 today: 

Blur (UK) 
Queens of the Stone Age (US) 
Alice Glass (CA)
Japanese Breakfast (US) 
Tove Lo (SE) 
Tobias Rahim (DK)
Adekunle Gold (NG) 
Bala Desejo (BR) 
Big Freedia (US) 
Debbie Sings (DK) 
Ganger (DK) 
Ithaca (UK) 
Liraz (IR) 
Melodi Ghazal (DK/IR) 
Nikki Lane (US) 
ShaSimone (UK) 
Sudan Archives (US) 
Villano Antillano (PR) 
Witch Club Satan (NO)

The 19 new acts join a line-up already featuring names such as Burna Boy, Christine and the Queens, Kesi, Denzel Curry, and Rina Sawayama. 

Find the presentations and further information right here.

Roskilde Festival 2023 takes place from 24 June to 1 July. 

Make sure to get your ticket now. Just head here.

A full festival ticket for this summer's festival costs DKK 2,400 (plus fees), and a one-day ticket costs DKK 1,200 (plus fees).