Roskilde Festival is one of the most amazing and well-established summer festivals in Europe – there’s no doubt about it. This amazing – non-profit! – event brings together great music, great people and great surrounding themes and mini-events every year for 48 years and 2018 will definitely be no different.
Good because Danish had a chance to be a part of Roskilde Festival a few times already and each of the authors who went there had an amazing time. We truly believe that every music lover should get a chance to experience the “orange feeling” at least once in their life. Seems that some of the Danish artists performing at this year’s Roskilde Festival agree with us 100%.
Here’s why you MUST come to Roskilde Festival at least once in your life – according to Marshall Cecil, Iris Gold, Alcabean, Nelson Can and Baby In Vain – who all play at this year’s festival!
See you somewhere in the crowd at #RF18!
“You must come to Roskilde Festival at least once in your life because if you don’t you end up voting for DF and drink milk as a grown-up”.
“You must come to Roskilde Festival at least once in your life because if you don’t you are going to regret it forever, carpe diem…Fuck”.
“You must come to Roskilde Festival at least once in your life because one year AC/DC will return with Axl Rose singing in a wheelchair”.
“You must come to Roskilde Festival at least once in your life because it’s a festival that – at it’s peaking points – is able to connect all people in a feeling of togetherness and belonging”.
“You must come to Roskilde Festival at least once in your life because it’s an amazing place experience a whole load of music, both established international artist, but also up and coming Danish artists. Everything from Kendrick Lamar to Iris Gold haha :) Its got a great energy, unlike any other festival I have ever attended. And I’m so honoured to have the chance to perform live this year for the first time ever”.
“You must come to Roskilde Festival at least once in your life because of the huge diversity and great quality of bands, artists, art and performance. Imagine walking around the festival grounds at 01:30 AM and suddenly you are surrounded by a pop-up concert with a 30 musician string ensemble”.
Baby In Vain
“You must come to Roskilde Festival at least once in your life because it gives you an amazing opportunity to listen to music from almost every corner of the world, music you might have never know, or music you didn’t know you loved until you stumbled upon it, after tossing away your program and going on a treasure hunt. It is truly a great place to explore music. And it’s just a great festival, with so many amazing things happening, arts, talks, politics and of course just people having a fucking good time. And it’s all non-profit – that is really dope!”