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Roskilde Festival reveals impressive 2019 line-up

The Cure, Cardi B, Travis Scott, Vampire Weekend, Bob Dylan, and more play the Danish festival

Roskilde has announced its 2019 line-up.

Topping the bill at this year’s festival are The Cure, Cardi B, Travis Scott, Bob Dylan, MØ, Vampire Weekend, Janelle Monae, Robyn, Underworld, and Robert Plant & The Sensational Shape Shifters.

Robert Smith of The Cure performs live at Barclaycard present British Summer Time Hyde Park at Hyde Park on July 7, 2018 in London, England.

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The festival, which runs from July 3-6 in Roskilde, Denmark, will also see performances by Christine and the Queens, Sketpa, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Cypress Hill, Spiritualized, Tears For Fears, Rosalía, Johnny Marr, BROCKHAMPTON, Jon Hopkins, Bring Me the Horizon, Maggie Rogers, Neneh Cherry, Lucy Dacus, Jorja Smith, Behemoth, and Marina.

Other acts include: Jungle, Sheck Wes, Denzel Curry, Joey Purp, Power Trip, Sophie, Julien Baker, Parquet Courts, Stella Donnelly, JPEGMAFIA, Rolling Blackouts Costal Fever, Julia Holter, Yves Tumor, and Girlpool, among many others.

Janelle Monáe live
Janelle Monáe plays live at the London Roundhouse on September 11 2018

The Cure, who close the festival on the Saturday night, are in for a busy summer with festival slots including Glastonbury, Rock Werchter, EXIT, NOS Alive, Mad Cool, Øya, Flow Festival, and Rock En Seine.

The band have a new album on the horizon and frontman Robert Smith has claimed that they’re in the mixing stages of the new album. The Cure will also be ‘premiering’ their run of special 30th anniversary shows for ‘Disintegration’ in Australia in May.

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Tickets for Roskilde are available through the festival’s website.

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