Roskilde 2010

Thursday 1st to Sunday 4th July 2010
Roskilde, Denmark, Denmark
£200 for the four days
last updated: Wed 9th Jun 2010

Often mentioned in the same breath as Glastonbury, Roskilde is continental Europe's biggest festival. The festival offers a variety of international acts and four days of music from Thursday 1st until Sunday 4th July 2010. There are also warm up events which run from Saturday 27th June until the start of the festival.


Acts announced includes Them Crooked Vultures, Muse, Kasabian, Prince, Wild Beats, Alice in Chains, Beach House, Blackie and The Rodeo Kings, Boban & Marko Markovic Gypsy Orkestar, Casiokids, Dirty Projectors, Dulsori, Efterklang, Florence And The Machine, FM Belfast, Gallows, Health, Jack Johnson, Japandroids, Killswitch Engage, Motorhead, NoFX, Pavement, Serena Maneesh, The Temper Trap, Wooden Shjips, and more with many more still to be confirmed. For the line-up details as available please click here.


Tickets are on sale, priced at £200 for the four days including the warm-up. To buy tickets, click here.

Camping changes for 2010

Roskilde Festival's camping areas are located in the middle of one of the largest raw material extraction areas in Denmark which is being dug up. A new gravel pit is now in place in the middle of the old Camping West site. For Roskilde Festival 2010, there will now be several new camping areas, including east of Køgevej (near entrance East) and to the south, near the village of Vor Frue.

At the same time, new road layout, access to electricity and sanitation is planned along with a tunnel leading under the Køgevej.


For a review of Roskilde, and an indication of what to expect, click here.

Getting there

Roskilde is keen for festival goers to arrive by public transport, to reduce CO2 emissions. They make these suggestions...
By train
EUrail covers all of Europe. The festival-goers just have to pick the destination, then the EUrail ticket makes available the train ride to Roskilde. A discount is granted to everyone under the age of 26. DSB takes care of the majority of the Danish festival-goers' transport to the festival. During Roskilde Festival a train station opens at the festival area so the audience can easily get to and from the town of Roskilde.
By bus
Swebus Express takes care of bus transport from Norway, Sweden and northern Germany. For the last couple of years, Swebus Express has taken festival-goers to Roskilde Festival, and in 2010 Swedes and Norwegians can go from Stockholm and Oslo, respectively, and straight to the festival area. City-Trafik supplies shuttle busses between Roskilde Station and the festival area. Bus lines are going both to Camping East and West.

For detailed information on all aspects of the festival, click here.

More information will be here when available.

Thursday 1st to Sunday 4th July 2010
Roskilde, Denmark, Denmark
£200 for the four days
last updated: Wed 9th Jun 2010

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