LATE JUNE TO EARLY JULY.
WHAT MAKES A MUSIC FESTIVAL IN A SMALL TOWN IN DENMARK SO SPECIAL?
Who knows exactly why Roskilde became the biggest North European culture and music festival. We do know that being a completely not-for-profit event certainly helps. All the proceeds of the festival go towards charitable initiatives in support of children and young people. The initiatives are entirely independent and are not limited to Europe. This said, though, it has something to do with rock and roll.
AH YES, ROCK AND ROLL. GETS US EVERY TIME.
Since 1971 in this case. From the early days of live bands on one stage, the festival has evolved to include different arts and culture-themed camps, like the Street Camp which features some of the world’s best skaters and games of street soccer and volleyball; the Rising City, which showcases up-and-coming artistic and musical talent; and the Graffiti Zone, a huge area filled with graffiti, murals, and other art installations.
YOU HAD BETTER GET AROUND TO TELLING US ABOUT THE MUSIC.
Nine stages with over 180 international and local acts. It’s a star-studded line-up that includes artists of the moment like Tame Impala and Wiz Khalifa, and musical legends like Neil Young and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.