Festival life
Today we can unveil the first 16 names for next year's Roskilde Festival. Including afrobeats-star Burna Boy, pop hero Christine and the Queens, and Japanese-British queer-pop artist Rina Sayayama.

It’s at Roskilde Festival you can experience
music that you would not normally find at large festivals, side by side with the world’s biggest names in pop.

Today's announcement is no exception, and we get well around the continents, too. The first 16 music acts on the 2023 poster deliver huge pop hits, musical experiments and strong messages that reach far beyond the edge of the stage.

What they all have in common is that they set a direction for the future.

Burna Boy at Roskilde
Headlining the poster, you will find
Nigerian superstar Burna Boy, who has brought afrobeats to remote corners and entirely new audiences thanks to hits like “Last Last” and “On the Low”. He will be throwing a late-night party at the Orange Stage, when he visits our festival for the very first time.

First shows in Denmark
Also, we are thrilled to present Ghanaian gospel explosion Florence Adooni, who is performing for the first time outside her home country, and the alternative Korean pop group LEENALCHI, which is
  also putting on its first Danish show at Roskilde Festival.

Queer-pop and civil rights
Our 2023 edition offers a reunion with the French pop hero Christine and the Queens. In 2019, he gave an unforgettable concert at the Arena Stage, and when he returns this summer, he is ready to take the iconic Orange Stage with a tightly choreographed show.

You can also look forward to a display of intelligent queer-pop from Japanese-British Rina Sawayama, who already at this summer's festival put reviewers and audiences at her feet with pumping beats and grandiose choruses with a shot of flamboyant guitar hooks. 

And it will certainly be energetic, physical and heart-felt when the Florida rapper Denzel Curry demonstrates his superior vocal technique with songs spanning the struggle for civil rights in America and confrontations with his own inner demons.

Today, the following 16 names have been added to Roskilde Festival’s line-up:

Burna Boy (NG)
Christine and the Queens (FR)
Kesi (DK)
Denzel Curry (US)
Rina Sawayama (JP/UK)

070 Shake (US)
Bru-C (UK)
eee gee (DK)
Florence Adooni (GH)
Hudson Mohawke (UK)
Karpe: Omar Sheriff (NO)
Lorna Shore (US)
Lous and the Yakuza (CD/BE)

Read the artist presentations

Tickets are on sale now
Ticket sales for Roskilde Festival 2023 start today.

We have several ticket categories for sale. So, check our FAQ right now to learn everything you need to know about prices, terms & conditions, payments and our new 100% digital mobile tickets.

A full festival ticket – for all eight days of experiences – costs DKK 2,400 (plus fees), and with a Smart Ticket, you have the option of splitting up the payment into five smaller instalments (without incurring additional fees).

Read the FAQ – everything you need to know about the 2023 tickets