Looking for a Glastonbury alternative? Roskilde 2018 just completed their pretty epic line-up

Dua Lipa, Nick Cave and more announced

Roskilde 2018 have added the final names to their huge line-up for this summer’s festival.

One of the biggest festivals in Europe, Roskilde have now added the last 70 names to their 175-act strong line-up – with the Dua Lipa, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Kali Uchis, Interpol, Massive AttackAnderson .Paak & The Free Nationals, Charlotte Gainsbourg and many more joining the previously announced likes of Eminem, Gorillaz, Nine Inch Nails, St Vincent, and David Byrne.

Over 130,000 people will descend upon the legendary Danish festival for eight days of international acts, local talent, art and activism.


”It’s a fantastic feeling to be able to present a line-up that offers iconic additions such as Nick Cave and Massive Attack as well as popstar Dua Lipa,” said Roskilde Festival’s Head of Programme Anders Wahrén.

“Together with an arts programme that includes genre-defying highlights from Chelsea Manning to a giant anti-capitalist serpent and a highly unfair football pitch, there is so much to explore at Roskilde Festival 2018. It is exactly this sort of diversity, activism and curiosity we are looking for when putting together the programme.”

Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds
Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds

Roskilde Festival 2018 takes place from Saturday 30 June to Saturday 7 July, with the main programme of music kicking off on Wednesday 4 July. For tickets and more information, visit here.


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