Also confirmed are Kygo, Jamie XX, Bikstok, Tom Ze, Benjamin Booker, Beyond Pink, CaboSanRoque, Clark, De Underjordiske, Electric Eye, The Entrepreneurs, Fossils, Lydia Ainsworth, Ratking, Sabir Khan, Slaughter Beach, Specktors, Steve Gunn, Susanne Sundfor, Ukendt Kunstner, and Wangel.
Roskilde is continental Europe's biggest festival, and offers a variety of international acts and four days of music from Wednesday 1st until Saturday 4th July 2015.
Already confirmed for the festival's seven stages are Muse, Pharrell Williams, Disclosure, Florence + The Machine, Mew, St Vincent, The Tallest Man On Earth, The War on Drugs, Doomtree, G-Eazy, Kwabs, Enslaved, Every Time I Die, Chelsea Wolfe, Kwamie Liv, Silvana Imam, Alice Boman, Noura Mint Seymali, Barrington Levy, The Gaslamp Killer Experience, Bareto, Ferro Gaita, Future Brown, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Le1f, Noura Mint Seymali, Ought, Pharmakon, Young and in the Way, and Yung, Av Av Av, Batida, Broken Twin, Dalhous, Deafheaven, Future Brown, Goat, Honningbarna, ILoveMakonnen, Kasai Allstars, Kate Tempest, Myrkur, OFF!, Pallbearer, Tropkillaz, Young Fathers, Run the Jewels, Nils Frahm, Lamb of God, Suspekt, Rustie, Dixon, Dolomite Minor, Khaira Arby, Kronos Quartet, and Tombs.
To see who is playing see the Roskilde line-up page.
Tickets are priced at a DKK 1940 (+ fee) (that's approximately £205), and a one-day tickets costs DKK 980 (+ fee) (that's approximately £103). Last year tickets sold out.
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