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PUBLISHED THURSDAY 25.1.2024
Jump in your red party outfit and get ready for a trip to Planet Her: The phenomenal Doja Cat will play Roskilde Festival 2024! The American superstar combines hiphop and R&B into a compelling, vivid and fierce mix, and she is among the biggest acts on the globe right now. Expect nothing less but a jaw-dropping and hit-packed performance!
But that's not all! Today, we're dropping 35 new names onto the RF24 lineup, featuring 29 music acts and the first six names for the Art & Activism program. They'll be sprinkling some magic over the Platform stage. More on that in just a second!
Listen to all artists playing Roskilde Festival 2024 (or check out our brand-new playlists here)
First, we have got to mention a truly special hiphop artist that had an incredible 2023 and shows no signs of slowing down this year. None other than Ice Spice, who has swiftly transitioned from being a viral phenomenon to a bona fide star, is coming to Roskilde Festival. The young rapper released her debut EP, Like..? in January last year, and despite its relatively short duration of 13 minutes, it made a big impact, landing on many music outlets' lists of the best albums of the year.
The Bronx rapper has collaborated with superstars like Taylor Swift, Doja Cat, PinkPantheress, and Nicki Minaj, and the concert with Ice Spice at Roskilde will mark her first visit to Denmark.
This summer, British duo Jungle will once again deliever a magnetic party at Roskilde. Josh Lloyd-Watson and Tom McFarland burst onto the scene ten years ago with their emphatic mix of funk, soul and pop, and have become genuine fan favorites in Denmark. Jungle and Roskilde Festival share a special bond, and when Jungle returns to the festival for the third time, get ready for a massive celebration of life at Orange Stage!
Another darling of the audience is the American psych-rock band Khruangbin, masters of cinematic guitar passages and providers of magnificent performances. The Texas trio has previously left the Roskilde Festival in ecstasy, and when they return this summer, they'll bring their brand-new album, A La Salsa, with them.
Roskilde Festival 2024 will also feature the charismatic UK rapper J Hus, alternative rock legends Jane's Addiction, Ireland's acclaimed folk group Lankum and the German nu-gabber-post-techno-punk duo Brutalismus 3000.
And if you're ready for a joyful experience in Danish, do not miss our very own queen of pop, Medina, who will close down the Arena stage Saturday night with a euphoric show that weaves together all the highlights from her hit-packed career.
On Platform, you can once again experience mesmerizing and international performances in hybrid formats. The Platform stage is situated right between Orange Stage and Arena, ensuring a unique experience in this unconventional and intimate space.
This year, you'll have the opportunity to witness the emerging British artist Matt Copson, who will, for the first time, live-animate and "puppeteer" his massive laser projections. Copson is known, among other things, as the co-director of several of Caroline Polachek's music videos.
On Platform, you can also encounter Anansi's Web, creating a special piece for the festival that focuses on the carnival as an arena for political resistance. Meanwhile, Danish artist Cassie Augusta Jørgensen challenges the stereotypical portrayal of women in popular culture through her own unique showgirl-ship.
Doja Cat (US)
Ice Spice (US)
J Hus (UK)
Jane's Addiction (US)
Brutalismus 3000 (DE)
Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes (UK)
Nia Archives (UK)
Amen Dunes (US)
Better Lovers (US)
Blanco Teta (AR)
Brìghde Chaimbeul (UK)
CTM & Skjold Rambow (DK)
Deena Abdelwahed (TN)
English Teacher (UK)
Kari Faux (US)
Mabe Fratti (GT)
Marina Herlop (ES)
Slauson Malone 1 (UK)
Valentina Magaletti (IT)
Waqwaq Kingdom (JP)
Anansi’s Web (INT)
Cassie Augusta Jørgensen (DK)
Matt Copson (UK)
Mounia Nassangar (FR)
Ruth Rebekka Hansen (DK)
Thjerza Balaj (NO/XK)