Rihanna, The National, Kraftwerk and Queens of the Stone Age to headline Roskilde 2013

First line up announcements made for Danish festival

Rihanna, The National, Kraftwerk and Queens of the Stone Age to headline Roskilde 2013

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Kraftwerk, The National, Rihanna and Queens Of The Stone Age are among the acts confirmed to be appearing at Roskilde festival this year.

The festival, which takes place between June 29-July 7 in Roskilde, Denmark, has also confirmed appearances from Slipknot, Sigur Ros, Volbeat James Blake, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Miguel, Jake Bugg, Crystal Castles, Suicidal Tendencies and Turbonegro.

"As always, we are ambitious on our audience’s behalf and eager to cross their musical boundaries. At the same time we have a variety of stars to secure the collective, unifying concert experience" says Music Director Rikke Øxner.

Hip-hop will be represented at the festival with appearances confirmed by Azealia Banks, El-P, Killer Mike, Mykki Blanco, Kendrick Lamar, Danny Brown, Joey Bada$$, Action Bronson and Flatbush Zombies. Meanwhile, punk fans will be able to see Chelsea Light Moving, Metz, Iceage, Parquet Courts, Pissed Jeans and Fidlar.

The full list of artists confirmed for Roskilde 2013 includes:

Rihanna
Queens Of The Stone Age
Kraftwerk
The National
Slipknot
Sigur Ros
Volbeat
Jake Bugg
Crystal Castles
Of Monsters and Men
King Krule
Savages
Bobby Womack
Unknown Mortal Orchestra
James Blake
Simian Mobile Disco
BRMC
Miguel
Suicidal Tendencies
Turbonegro
Ingrid feat. Peter, Bjorn & John, Lykke Li Miike Snow, Coco, J. Ahlund
Chords
Karpe Diem
Flume
Baauer
Azealia Banks
El-P
Killer Mike
Mykki Blanco
Kendrick Lamar
Danny Brown
Joey Bada$$
Action Bronson
Flatbush Zombies
Chelsea Light Moving
Metz
Iceage
Parquet Courts
Pissed Jeans
Fidlar

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