Roskilde Festival is the largest cultural festival in Northern Europe.
Roskilde Festival is a unique and all-encompassing experience, where music, events, food and activities form a unity with the intense sense of community among the audience, also known as the "Orange feeling".
The festival's camping site opens a few days before the main festival area in order for people to get settled and warm up for the extensive music programme that'll rock the grounds for four days. Each year, nearly 200 bands and solo artists play at eight stages.
Progressive music programme
Roskilde Festival presents a progressive music programme which offers memorable experiences and lots of surprises. Year after year, the largest international crowd in Europe is drawn to Roskilde because of a combination of this year’s greatest successes, the living legends and the best representatives of the many corners of musical expression.
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