RoskildeID-YoungDinosaurRoskilde Festival 2015 is coming closer and with it once again a week-long celebration of music, summer and life. Among the 175 confirmed acts of this year’s line-up, you can find besides all international names also a great bunch of local acts from Denmark. They will not only perform during the main festival days, but to fire up the festival in style a big part will already play the warm-up days on the Roskilde Rising and Apollo Countdown stages.

To help you put together your personal festival schedule, Good because Danish will introduce a couple Danish names in our “ID”-series for Roskilde Festival 2015 – today with the profile of psychedelic indie pop five-piece Young Dinosaur:

Name: Young Dinosaur
Date, Time and Stage of Roskilde show: Sunday, 28. June – 17:00 – Rising // Event on Facebook
Genre: Prog. Pop.
Number of band members: 5
Homebase: Aalborg
Roskilde Festival is… orange.
Favourite Roskilde Festival memory: Andreas: Too many Djs in 2009 // Nenée: 3 Indian guys, being high as fuck, playing native instruments, the highest one was the best one – I think it was 2 brothers and their dad
Name of (imaginary) Roskilde camp: Death Camp
Must-see show at Roskilde Festival 2015: Gooms, Goat, St. Vincent, Kendrick Lamar, Die Antwoord
Roskilde-virgin or Roskilde-veteran? 3 virgins, 2 veterans
Party camps or “silent and clean“ area? Silent and clean
Beer or Vodka? Vodka
Warm-up concerts or main festival days? Both
Gringo Nachos or Buggi Burger? Gringo Burger
Shower or no shower? No shower


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