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THANK YOU TO OUR COLLABORATORS

Roskilde Festival owes a great thank you to its excellent collaborators who support the development and promotion of the festival. Tuborg is Roskilde Festival’s main partner. Tuborg and Roskilde Festival both wish to ­support music all year round and will consequently look into initiatives and ideas that aim at improving the conditions for the music scene in Denmark.

A HUGE THANK YOU TO ALL OUR ­COMMITTED AND PASSIONATE VOLUNTEERS. MEDIA

Roskilde Festival live streams selected concerts from this year’s festival at roskilde-festival.dk.­ Later these will be broadcast via Roskilde Festival’s web TV channel on the webpage. Roskilde Festival has a range of media colla­ borators, including GAFFA (DK), ­Soundvenue (DK), Politiken (DK), CNN (US), BBC (UK), DR (DK), TV2 (DK), MTV (DK), Qbrick (DK), Trifork (DK), WiMP (DK), NATT&DAG (NO), Kingsize (SE+NO), Festivalrykten (SE), GoViral (DK), Plan B (NO), Patchwork (DK)

AMONG OTHER MAJOR COLLABORATORS ARE Avis, Clever, Carlsberg, Converse, COOP, Danske Bank, Energi Nord, H&M, Hummel, 3, Kims, Lovespring, Molotow, Naturmælk, Oticon, Peter Larsen Kaffe, Premier Is, Sony, Spejder Sport A/S and VW.

COLLABORATORS ON TRAVEL INCLUDE Ants, Arriva, Swebus, DSB, Elmu Ry and ­Festivalbussen.com


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Festival is about the music, the experiences, the friendships – and about you.

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But even though you’d need wings to see it all, there are still those moments during those eight days where we all come together in almost perfect unity. Nights in front of Orange Stage where we all sing along to the same song, hearing a new act and knowing they’ve changed your life, or that  feeling in your stomach when you see someone walking by you who you’d do everything to see again, or the common memories we leave with, even though we spent the festival eating at different food stalls, saw different bands and partied in different agoras. That’s what ties us all together: the feeling that Roskilde Festival is something we all share, help create and take part in. Roskilde

As you might know, for eight days the festival becomes the fourth biggest city in Denmark, not to mention the biggest temporary city in the world. Like any other densely populated urban area, Roskilde Festival lives and breathes 24 hours a day, never really sleeping, always moving in new directions, lead on by its citizens. Even though many things at Roskilde Festival will be like last year – the stages, the agoras, the lines to the toilets – a lot will have changed as well. Apollo has its own designated zone, Dream City has moved and improved – and some of the music you’ll hear won’t sound like anything you’ve ever heard before. But change at Roskilde Festival is not just whether your camp or favorite food stand has moved to another location. CHANGE is also the name of our focus on democracy, empowerment, citizenship and how your ideas and will to co-create can help make the world a better place. Come down to Dream City and help change not only you, but the festival and the world surrounding you as well. On the following pages, you can read everything you need to know about this year’s festival. This is where you’ll find information on all the artists to to see and hear, our non-profit work, the art events, Cities and Zones to check out, all the food to eat and how you help yourself and your friends stay safe at the festival. We are happy to welcome you to the city of Roskilde Festival. It never sleeps, and neither can you if you want to see it all.

THIS GUIDE IS SUSTAINABLE

The guide you are holding in your hands is produced with the environment in mind. We use ink and glue that will not pose problems during the recycling process. The printing house also complies with demands on minimising waste and pollutants.

WELCOME

One thing that always surprises us when going home from another Roskilde Festival is how little of it we actually got to experience, despite our best efforts to make this the one festival where we wouldn’t miss out on anything. But even though most of us are here for eight days, there’s absolutely no chance you’ll ever see, hear, taste, try or experience everything the festival has to offer. With 195 music acts, more than150 different food stalls, countless events and happenings, not to mention the countless camps, Roskilde Festival is like a huge all-you-can-eat buffet. Only one thing to do – start at the beginning and just eat your way through it.

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TURN ON A LIGHT FOR AFRICA IN YOUR TENT Turn on a light in your tent that can be seen in Africa. Spend DKK 195 on a Little Sun solar cell light for your festival tent, and at the same time send one to Africa, where 80 % of the population are without electricity. Buy the Little Sun solar cell light at the Roskilde Festival merchandise stalls in Camping East and West or from Energi Nord’s cycling stall at the festival. Read more about the project at www.lysiafrika.dk Energi Nord

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I K S O R T A GOODBYE WARM UP — HELLO EIGHT DAYS OF FESTIVAL

This year, when we begin, we begin, and that means no more Warm Up. From day one there’ll be music at Apollo Countdown and Pavilion Junior, art happenings, events and loads of other things for you to do from Saturday to Wednesday. As always, when Thursday comes, all the stages will be open.

APOLLO ZONE — GOODBYE GRAVEL PIT, HELLO MUSIC

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Good news for fans of electronic music! This year, the Apollo stage gets its very own area. It’s just south of gate 10 where the gravel pit used to be. The area features electronic music all week, first


newspaper Orange Press are over. This year Roskilde Festival’s own daily paper is free. You’ll find it all over the festival – at the beer stalls and in the hands and bags of the many distributors. Remember to spread the enjoyment – pass it on when you are done reading it.

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DREAM CITY — WHERE EVERYBODY PARTICIPATES

Our focus on dining experiences is stronger than ever. In Hal B you’ll find a unique space dedicated to eating - and eating like you’ve never eaten before. In Hal B, you’ll find brand new food stalls and food concepts, so don’t miss out. Food events and pop-up restaurants can be found by the judges’ box in Gloria Zone and the stables by 7th street. Don’t forget to download APPetizer – our very own Roskilde Festival food app. Bon appetit.

TRASHPOINTS and CLEAN — BUT NOT WITHOUT PARTYING

Just because you prefer to stay in a clean camp, doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be able to party. That’s why we are turning the areas B, E, F, K and M into ‘clean’ areas – without the ‘silent’. Clean and Silent can still be found in area J. As a new feature we are introducing trashpoints, which are spots for depositing trash. Read more about the fight on trash on page 18.

If you know your way around the festival, you’ll notice that Green City, Poor City, Radio City and the ART ZONE — former Dream City have morphed into the all-new COME WITH US TO ANOTHER WORLD Dream City. The participants have been building Art Zone is the framework for an extraordinary their camps here since performance programme on Roskilthe opening of Dream de Festival 2013, and is located left We are turning the Cit y in March . Look of Orange Stage. In Art Zone you areas B, E, F, K and M into forward to an area with will find the construction The ‘clean’ areas. And we are Velvet State, specially tailored impressive camps, lots of art and happenings and a also introducing trash- for the Roskilde Festival. It is focus on active participation. a magical, dreamy, parallel points, which are spots univers, where you never ORANGE PRESS — for depositing trash. Read know what you will meet. FREE NEWS AND REVIEWS to a sensuous more about the fight on Welcome The days of choosing between a society. Read more on trash on page 18. breakfast bun and the daily festival page 80.

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Now that your phone is juiced up you can get Ros­ kilde Festival’s official app, which brings you maps, the band schedule, line up, news, audience camp events, art programme, a list of unofficial apps and much, much more. Download the app from App Store, Google Play, Windows Phone Store or by sending the text RF APP to 1204.

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A whole week on the 3G network can take its toll on your phone bill. Once again we offer WiFi access at Roskilde Festival. Activate WiFi on your device, log on to FestivalNet and open your browser. Then follow the instructions on the screen to buy access. WiFi access is 35 DKK for the entire

festival, and is offered to 20,000 guests.You can log on at CITY­ Centre EAST/WEST, most Agoras, the Oval, Sonic Zone, Trade Zone and Urban Zone. Now that you are online you can check out Roskilde Festival on Facebook (facebook.com/orangefeeling), Twitter (twitter.com/orangefeeling) and Instagram (@Roskildefestival). The latter two are ready and waiting for you to share your experiences and questions with the other festival guests, so keep them updated on Twitter and Instagram using the hashtag #rf13.


Drop by the open studio by Agora G to get close to the radio, take part in contests or even try out being a radio show host yourself. But even if you remain firmly seated in your camping chair you can take part. Send us a greeting, requests to the DJ or send out a search for yesterday’s hookup. Text RF RADIO + ‘your message’ to 1204. Tune in to 92.3 MHz and we will guarantee entertainment, loads of music and fresh Roskilde news. We are where you are!

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FREE FESTIVAL NEWSPAPER — EVERY DAY

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When hunger strikes and you have no idea whether you want salad, burger or chips for lunch, you can let Roskilde Festival’s food app APPetizer make the choice for you. The app will guide you through the tremendous array of food stalls on offer, food events and other good stuff to satisfy your hunger. Send RF FOOD to 1204 to download the app.

OUR VERY OWN RADIO STATION — 92.3 MHz FM

For the 16th year in a row Roskilde Festival Radio transmits live radio to everyone at the festival.

SMS CODES

Text the following codes to 1204 to use the associated services. If you don’t have a Danish mobile service provider, text to +45 42409019 instead: RF APP download link for the official app RF FOOD download link for APPetizer – Roskilde Festival’s food app RF NEWS (+ message) sends a message to Orange Press RF HUNT sign up for the treasure hunt RF RADIO (+ message) sends a message or question to the festival radio RF CINEMA sign up to news from Roskilde Cinema RF END CINEMA stop subscribing to news from Roskilde Cinema

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Orange Press is Roskilde Festival’s very own daily paper, and this year it’s free! Here you will find news, discussions, cultural vitamins, reports, reviews and guides written by our very own journalists. If you carry a deep festival secret, have an über cool mission, a funny friend, or a general wonderment you want our news hounds to sniff away at, send us a text: RF NEWS + your message to 1204, email us at orangepress@roskilde-festival.dk or drop by facebook.com/festivalavisen.


RECHARGE YOUR PHONE WITH VOLT

E N E G HO ER R A P H V E C T R R N E A U E R YO WH YOU W Handing in your phone or hunting for a power outlet all day has finally come to an end. With Volt you rent a small rechargeable battery that charges your phone in your pocket. When the Volt battery is empty, you swap it to a new fully recharged battery in one of Volt’s white containers. Volt is located in both CITYcentre East, West and near the Apollo stage in Agora G. Look for the big ‘MOBILE POWER’ sign. Volt enables you to use your phone for calling, messaging, facebooking, instagramming and Roskilde App’ing all festival long. A one time fee lets you swap two times a day, so that you never run out of power.

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Drop by one of the booths to sign up for this new charging service. There is a limited amount of batteries, so first come first served.

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Volt has three white containers located at CITYcentre East, West and Agora G. Volt will also have custom-made bikes, that will meet you around the festival area and camp sites. Volt is open every day from 9:00 to 01:00. Follow Volt on facebook.com/getvolt to get updates and information during the festival.


Be true to what you really think and feel especially when it comes to drugs – it’s that easy and yet that difficult. Have the courage to stand up and speak your mind; otherwise others will end up speaking for you. We are not afraid to speak up against drugs – you shouldn’t be either. Learn more about our Against Drugs campaign at roskilde-festival.com Enjoy your festival.

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IF YOU NEED HELP

If you’re in need of medical assistance at Ros­ kil­de Festival, please use the festival’s own firstaid stations. The emergency room at Roskilde Hospital requires you to contact them in advance on (+45) 7015 0708. In case of accidents or life threatening emergencies, call 112 or use the 112app, which can track your position and make it easier for the ambulance service to find you.

FIRST-AID

First-aid stations can be found at CITYcentre East and West, among other places. They are distinctly marked with a first-aid sign. Additionally a doctor is on duty at the first-aid station at CITYcentre East from Sunday 1 July until Sunday 8 July. The duty doctor’s opening hours are from 09:00 – 22:00.

If you need help during the festival you can adPSYCHOLOGICAL FIRST-AID dress the campsite service attendants in the orIf you need psychological first-aid ange vests. Furthermore, do not light bonf ires in you can contact the emergency at all agoras service attendants are ready to help your camp, neither during management office at (+45) 70 120 112 from Saturday 30 you, and keep an eye on the the festival nor when you June at18:00 until Monday 9 camping area. are on your way home. July at 14:00. The investigative teams, the festival’s social workers, can be found both at the festival and camping areas. All the social workers have a WATCH OUT FOR THIEVES! There are thieves at Roskilde Festival, esperelevant pedagogical, social or health professional cially in the camping area, so we encourage background. They are easily spotted in white vests with the words “social worker” on the back. you to take extra good care of your valuables and use the free cloakrooms at the agoras. Lock your tent with a padlock so your neighbours can keep an eye on it.

IN CASE OF THEFT

You can report any stolen property at politi.dk. This also includes stolen wristbands. If you have an iPhone, remember to download the Find My iPhone app. It will help the police track down your phone if stolen. For Android users, we recommend Prey, which offers a similar service. Download at preyproject.org.

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The combination of nylon tents and open fire is extremely dangerous, which is why it is important that you do not light a bonfire in your camp – neither during the festival or when you’re leaving. The ban on open fire also includes torches, candles, hurricane lanterns, cooking devices and grills – including disposable grills. At every agora you’ll find a fire ring, a cooking island and a communal grill you can use if you want to grill sausages, make soup or simply heat a meal. Please remember that it is absolutely life threatening to light a gas burner in your tent, likewise it is not allowed to burn your tent, containers or other objects when you leave the festival.

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The safety at Roskilde Festival is continually evaluated to remove and reduce risks. We closely follow the national and international development in the safety field, but we still need you to help ensure that you and everybody around you get the best and most safe concert experience possible.

please help us with the following —— Pay attention to – and follow – the safety information presented on the big screens at the stages and the guidelines from the crowd safety staff in the orange vests. —— Pay attention to friends and people around you. —— If you need help, or see others who do, please address the crowd safety staff. —— Make sure to sleep, eat, and drink so that your body is supplied with rest and energy. If you feel unwell, or see someone else who seems to need help, address the festival staff.


HOW TO ENTER THE PIT

move back and to the side if you feel insecure during a concert.

At Orange Stage, there are two entrances to the four sections in front. If you want to go to sections B or D, you have to use the entrance east of the stage. The entrance to sections A and C is west of the stage.

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The pit systems in front of Orange stage and Arena are safety constructions that make the concert experience safe for those of you who would like to be right in front of the stage. Show up early at the concerts since there is limited amount of space in the pit systems and many who would like to get in there. The pit system entrances are located at both sides of the Orange stage and in the east side of Arena. The green and red lights at the entrance tell you if there is free space available or if it’s full. You can’t stay in the pit between concerts since they have to be cleared and cleaned.

PROTECT YOUR EARS

You won’t get much out of Roskilde Festival if you can’t hear anything. If you experience a ringing or a buzzing in your ears, you have to be careful – it’s a serious danger signal. Therefore – buy a set of earplugs. They can be found in all kiosks, drink stalls, and merchandise stalls and cost 10 kr.

remember! Staying in the pit systems during concerts can be a very intense and physical experience. We ask that you only stay in there if you feel completely safe at all times.

DO NOT

—— Crowd surf. Crowd surfing is very dangerous. Nobody likes your shoe in their face, and you might fall down or be trampled at worst. Crowd surfing is strictly forbidden at all stages and can cause immediate expulsion from the festival. —— Form human chains. You put others in risk by creating unrest in the crowd. —— Run or push to get in front. You create waves in the audience and increase the risk of someone falling or getting crushed. —— Sit on the shoulders of somebody. You risk getting hurt, and it ruins the concert experience for others.

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Roskilde Festival is already the leading festival Don’t want to carry your used sleeping bag and in Denmark when it comes to waste managemats back home? Then why don’t you donate ment, and we would like to keep it that way. This them to the homeless? Over the last few years, year camping areas B, E, F, J, K and M are Clean more than 3,000 homeless people have been able areas. So join up your camp and help us keep to get a warmer and softer night’s sleep thanks the festival from drowning in burger wrappings to Roskilde Festival’s guests. You can donate unand empty cans. If we all work together and take wanted items that you think might benefit others part in the common responsibility, waking up to a in the containers found by the towers and exits. By clean and tidy camp no longer has doing this you help both peoto be utopia. ple in need and the festival. donate your refund

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You can also lend a hand in the REFUND humanitarian work. other camping areas. Here An empty bottle or can might not you’ll come across the Your be worth much to you, but it can Look for the refund Clean C amp trucks that help bring democracy to the Third collectors in turquoise tirelessly drive around colWorld. So please, donate your relecting trash from early fund to Care’s collectors – you’ll know waistcoats. in the morning to late at them by their turquoise waistcoats, night. You can deliver your trash to the easily and they’ll be waiting for at spotted orange trucks. They’ll also sort you out gate 6 (Arena), 10 (Pavilion) with new rubbish bags or good advice on how and 19 (Odeon). Care’s profits to sort your trash. will among other things go to financing micro loans to womCLEAN OUT LOUD en in Third World countries, For the third year in a row Clean Out Loud takes the and here, even a single bottle lead in making sustainability more sexy, fun and will make a difference. social in area P. Come join the community where we party while reducing the amount of waste. This year Clean Out Loud will repeat the trash parade which was a huge success the past years. It will be DID YOU KNOW THAT...? a daily event during the entire festival. The parade —— During the festival more than 2,000 tons follows two routes each day between 11:00 and of trash is collected 15:00. In Basuramas daily workshop you can ex—— Each festival guest produces more than press your inner artist and make instruments and 25 kilos of trash during the festival. That’s costumes for the parade. You will find Basurama more than four times as much as an averin P51 near CITYCentre East. age Danish person produces in a week. —— The volunteers working on cleaning up BATTERIES and ELECTRONIC WASTE after the festival don’t finish the task until Used batteries and electronic waste such as telwell into the autumn. ephones, speakers or megaphones represents a —— The festival first devised an environmenmajor environmental impact. Therefore, rememtal policy 19 years ago. Every year since ber to give your waste to our volunteer collectors then, the festival has worked towards a or at the towers in the camping area. greener profile.


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Roskilde Festival brings communal spirit and cocreation into focus under the title CHANGE. We want to initiate change through participation: the change that surrounds you, the change you take part in, and the things that change you. We want to create an alternative social movement, created not by our opinions and views, but by you, your views, opinions and ideas. Roskilde Festival belongs to you, and you are the one who must create the experience you wish to be a part of.

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As we are focusing on community spirit and co-creation this year we have also chosen to support organisations working with the same themes. This year we are focusing on community spirit and co-creation, and we have chosen to support a handful of young organi-


sations working with the same goals – community spirit and open innovation. They all encourage young people to take part in creating a more sustainable and responsible society. They do this with things such as creative laboratories and urban development events where citizens are invited to take matters into their own hands when it comes to developing their city. The organizations are, among others, 100påendag, FabLab, Labitat and INSP!, and you can meet them all at Dream City Makerspace, where you yourself also can contribute to creating a better festival city.

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SOLAR CELL WORKSHOPS FOR YOU AND YOUR CAMP

AFRICAN YOUTH PANEL

African Youth Panel is a pan-african youth panel working across the African continent to give the youth of Africa a voice, both in African and international democratic processes. African Youth Panel has members from all African countries and participates in everything from climate and poverty summit meetings to national political events in order to push towards the goal to get more transparent political processes that involve young citizens. This is not a matter of course in many African countries. Eight young members of the steering committee of African Youth Panel will visit the festival this year.

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Roskilde Festival is an approved fundraising organisation, which means we are able to raise funds for charity. This year we are collecting money for projects in third world countries using open source technology, thereby transferring power to the user – or citizen. In many third world countries it is difficult for young people to have any influence on the development of society, and therefore we are supporting projects that supply young people with simple tools for the sharing of knowledge and AUDIENCE FUNDING POOL attaining influence on society. If you have bought As a new feature this year and to encourage comthe Make An Even Bigger Difference Ticket you munity spirit we have have contributed 100 DKK – and set up a pool of funds 100påendag is a onethank you very much for that. where you and others Last year we raised more than day festival for active from the audience have 350,000 DKK for projects for citizenship and urban had the possibility to apply asylum seekers. The amount for funding for sustainable creativity. And it’s just one of money raised this year projects, both at the festival and the projects that benof many organizations we efit will be announced in and outside the festival. The only requirement for the appli­support this year. the autumn. The Association for Re­new­able Energy is working for a transition to renewable energy sources in Denmark by 2030. In collaboration with them we have offered solar cell workshops in the run up to the festival to interested participants from Dream City, in order to give them the tools to generate and use renewable energy in their everyday lives – at Roskilde Festival and at home.

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DONATIONS

During and after the festival you can recommend organisations that fit the theme of community spirit for receiving donations from the Roskilde Festival Association. The projects can be Danish as well as international, so help us find the best projects. Recommend organisations on yourdonations. roskilde-festival.dk.

cation was that the project should benefit the community and help create a more sustainable and socially responsible city, both during Roskilde Festival and outside the festival. Visit Dream City and see some of the projects made possible by funding from the pool.


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Caps are all the rage this season and now you can be the pinnacle of style with Roskilde Festival’s collection of snapbacks, patch caps and several other styles. You can also get your hands on the new fanny pack – perfect for your mobile, Roskilde festival guide and credit card!

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More than 500 festival fans took part in the ­design competition to create this year’s T-shirt. The winner, Laura Beate from Copenhagen, let her ­s tarting point be the feeling you get when you are at the festival and has portrayed the Orange Feeling through a simple and clean design: two hands, stretched to the sky in the classic devil’s horn formation. Rock on!

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FIND THE MERCHANDISE STALLS HERE

The stalls can be found a CITYcentre EAST and WEST. On the festival site they can be found east of Orange Stage, in Sonic Zone by Pavilion and on the corner of 8th Street and Fence Walk. The merchandise stalls on the festival site are open Thursday 17-02, Friday and Saturday 10-02 and Sunday 10-22. You can also buy merchandise at rfshop.dk.

IS YOUR OLD SUICIDAL TENDENCIES T-SHIRT THREADBARE?

You can buy merchandise from your favorite band at the stall near the stage where the band is playing on the day the band is playing.


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The grounds didn’t descend into total anarchy, however. In ‘71 they weren’t there at all. In ‘72 they were there, but in civilian uniforms. But in ‘73 they were there, and as we know them today: uniformed police officers put in place to rein the wild youth of the 70s and to calm the minds of worried parents at home. quick facts selected bands fairport convention, gasolin, burnin red ivanhoe audience 15,000 ticket price 40 kr.

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It’s a typical Danish summer – rain, rain and once it clears, even more rain. Just ask Simple Minds who took to the stage to meet a giant audience dancing in the pouring rain. The festival newspaper reported that the Danish band Sneakers probably had some big shoes to fill when they were to take the same stage two hours later.

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FROM NEW YORK TO JAPAN

In 1993, Roskilde Festival wasn’t just about grunge rock. The new world music stage showcased artists from Mexico, Japan and Bosnia, among others, while Velvet Underground gave a rather forgettable reunion concert on Orange Stage – at least according to several reviews. Meanwhile especially the girls went crazy for the newly minted winners of the Danish rock music championship, Dizzy Mizz Lizzy, who played on Blue Stage.

ROSKILDE GOES TO THE MOVIES

1993 was the year where, in collaboration with Carlsberg and the local cinema, a cinema tent was erected for the first time. There was room for 400 and among the films that year were A Clockwork Orange and Blade Runner. quick facts selected bands bad religion, moby, dizzy mizz lizzy, velvet underground audience 76,500 ticket price 540 kr.

ROSKILDE RETRO

Never before had there been so many people at Roskilde Festival. A whopping 60,000 had forked out the 200 kr. for their wristband, but it was still possible to be totally alone, as 300 festival guests could testament daily. In the Alternative City you had the possibility to try one of the more sombre offerings of the festival: an exact replica of an isolation cell from Horsens State Prison measuring just 6.5 m2.

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Soon you’ll have 195 very different acts at your very fingertips. Some are at the peak of their career, others are well on their way up there. However, that’s not all. With Apollo Countdown and Pavilion Junior, our main focus lies on giving you the most exciting and fresh new Nordic sounds. But whether you prefer well-established idols, or those still on their path to fame (and perhaps even fortune), Roskilde Festival has something for you. We just hope you’ll take the time to fall in love with all those acts, you didn’t think you’d fall in love with. All artists featured in the following pages have one thing in common: We believe that we have caught them at the crucial – and in some cases, even the finest – time in their career. In other words, 2013 is exactly the right year for them to play Roskilde Festival. From the silver-lined headliners to the amazingly large batch of extremely young artists: Roskilde Festival is about presenting the right acts at the very right time – no matter what kind of music they play or how long they’ve been doing it. Take your time to read about the bands you have already planned to see at this year’s festival, all while hopefully coming across acts that will tempt your musical curiosity. Anyone with just the tiniest shred of interest in music should be able to seek out some new and old favourites in our line up, regardless of whether this is your first year at Roskilde Festival, or your right arm has old Roskilde Festival wristbands up to your elbow. Enjoy. The Roskilde Festival Booking Committee

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Roskilde Rising is an initiative by Roskilde Festival to help upcoming bands go even further after the last cheer and applause from a packed Pavilion Junior stage has died down. We have chosen 9 acts out of the 24 playing at Pavilion Junior, and these have worked closely with our Rising team in the months up to the festival in order to make their Roskilde Festival experience even better.

ROSKILDE RISING

Backed by Roskilde Rising Baby In Vain was the supporting act for Chelsea Light Moving, also playing at this year’s festival, at one of their gigs in Oslo, and in we are helping Ice Cream Cathedral embark on a mini-tour of the East coast of the USA.

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Roskilde Rising is not just about the bands – it’s also about you. We aim to give you an extraordinary experience at Roskilde Festival, with events and surprises that involve both you and the Rising bands. Headbang your troubles away when Ajuna play a metal dj-set in Blast Beast Metal Camp in Dream City, or go crazy with Go Go Berlin when they play a pop-up gig – maybe in your own camp? And if quiet, soothing music is your thing, have a go at the indie-classical band Mother Lewinsky’s string karaoke, or let Schultz & Forever nurse you with an intimate concert on Sunday morning. These are just a few of the Rising-events we have arranged, so stay updated on facebook. com/RoskildeRising, the ­festival radio and in Orange Press for news about anything Rising. We look forward to seeing you.

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It’s Game Over to uninspired dance music. Binärpilot has moved to the next level already. Web designer Alexander Støvers dedicates his jams to “robots, geeks, hackers, and nerds of this world,” and the Norwegian’s home-produced tunes sound like a steroid-pumped soundtrack to old, flashing computer games featuring pixelated plumbers saving the world.

Two DJs have made quite an impact on the nightlife of Reykjavik. Captain Fufanu is two young lads playing minimal, deep techno. The duo is working on their debut album right now. If their first tracks are anything to go by, they know about beats for the clubbers as well as colder, more atmospheric electronica.

CARLI / SE

He has crafted beats for Robyn who considers him a worthy exponent for tomorrow’s electronic music scene. Carli Løf is an overwhelmingly talented DJ and producer. The eclectic Swede has built up a CV bulging with transatlantic impact and VIP collaborators. With a multicoloured clash of bass, rave and hip hop, Carli has been hailed as one of the major shooting stars of 2013.

COMPADRE / SE

The nightclubs go Middle Eastern when Compadre set fire to the beat and start a musical and absolutely un-bloody Jihad against the charts. With more than enough attitude to go around, the trio’s grooves have spread across their native Sweden. Their early songs are a bass-heavy, neon yellow mixture of hip hop, Persian folk music and gritty pop that would make M.I.A. blush with pride. BWOY DE BHAJAN

BWOY DE BHAJAN / DK

A summery feeling pervades Bwoy De Bhajan’s warm flows of challenging tunes. The promising producer has a penchant for India, and throughout his music the longing for the burning of sun and curry can be felt alongside experimental western electronica influences. Despite the predominantly lazy groove there is also plenty of doodlings, angular beats, broken bass lines and eastern mysticism to lose yourself in.

FELIX DE LUCA / DK

MC Felix De Luca already made some noise with his ep The Rebirth Of An Artist, an opus one about “weed, women, sneakers and Danish design.” He has previously demonstrated his talent and decidedly non-Danish-sounding flow under the moniker Verb Ink. Felix De Luca thrives in the slipstream of sharp, Danish hip hop making noise in the underground right now.


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GHOST VENUE / DK

Electro sounds of today and tomorrow join soul and funk sounds of the past in Ghost Venue’s musical crystal ball. Theodor Storm Kristensen specialises in hazy nostalgia smacking slightly of jazz and lazy hip hop – at other times the bass grooves go full-on futuristic and hard-hitting. In the live setting a drummer adds extra energy to the haunting sounds. ELLIPHANT — PHOTO: FREDRIK ETOALL

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GNUCCI / SE

Somewhere on the Rich­­ter scale of Self-proclaimed pussypink in between M.I.A. and Rihanna inject the Apollo­­­­Countpower rapper Gnucci fi­na­­ we find Elliphant. In no time Ellinor lly takes the stage on her down programme Olovsdotter has made a variety of own, having served  under with a double dose of media hungry for more. Her dirty, the flags of acts such as Spoek Swedish girl power. pungent pop rubs its shabby, Mathambo, Mash Up Internasynthetic beats in the face of tional, and Schlacht­­hof­bronx. Her the happy victims. This is a talented dance floor globally in­spired and in-your-face rap has been queen’s personal mixture of dancehall, techno and through a small name change. After abandoning her pop, inspired by trips to London and Goa.  artist surname Banana there is no skin left to slip on.

FRIENDLY BEASTLY COYOTE / DK

The wolves have returned to the Danish peninsula of Jutland (true story). Friendly Beastly Coyote joins loudly in the yowling of the Jutland wolves from his home in faraway Nykøbing Mors, and the urban audience in Copenhagen better take notice. At Roskilde Festival 2013 Friendly Beastly Coyote is sure to inspire a rave that will have the wolves howling further in unison.  

KADIE ELDER / DK

Anders Rask, frontman and singer of Kadie Elder, has a background in folk music, but Kadie Elder finds the young Dane bursting with electricity and power. This becomes clear on the band’s first single “Widen Rift” which introduces electronic pop brimming with lush production and ingenious detail. This is your chance to join Kadie Elder from their very beginning. 

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Norwegian act Eik specialises in 80s-tinted nostalgia and colour-saturated soundscapes full of disco and synth pop. With impressive ease the duo, which turns into a quartet on stage, creates dreamy electronica full of gentle synths and wonderful minor tones. Eik is a must-see for both electronica geeks and pop lovers who have worn out their copy of Best of the 80s. 


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His drowsy electronica is surrounded by distorted voices with edgy rhythms underneath. Rewolmer is music for both daydreaming and introspective dancing and is crackling, synthetic beauty the way it can only be produced in the laboratory of electronic music. 

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ROBEAT BOYS / DK

How trashy and whacked-out can you play electronic rock? Using German favourites like Kraftwerk and Neu! as starting points, K-X-P take the formula even further. The band has given the punk intensity a nudge upwards, but still the German-sounding mechanics rummages persistently underneath the bulldozer beats of the Finns. Their live shows are journeys into a black maelstrom where the music’s malignant and industrial gravity emerges clearly from the whirlpool. 

LEMÂITRE / NO

Maybe Oslo is actually the Paris of the North? Ulrik Denizou Lund and Ketil Jansen founded Lemâitre in 2010. Judging from their electro-acoustic instrumentation and warm disco feeling, they aim to become the Norwegian equivalent to French acts such as Justice, Phoenix and Daft Punk.

NONSENS / DK

DJ and producer trio Nonsens has put the sunny Danish island of Bornholm on the neon-blinking map. The guys get the party and your adrenalin going with a poisonous green mix of rave, electro, hip hop and trap. With bad-ass beats, freaky remixes, and pitched brash synths, Nonsens have true sound anarchy and pure party vibes on the agenda.

REWOLMER / DK

Jeppe Lauritzen places his sound somewhere between atmospheric ambient and clubbier genres.

SEKUOIA / DK

Sekuoia’s cracking and lingering electronica has already seen him signed with acclaimed Berlin label Project: Mooncircle. Sekuoia combines organic with electronic in a dreamy meltdown. Dry beats, washes of synth and copy/pasted vocals conjure up echoes of both dubstep and atmospheric ambient.

SUMMER HEART / SE

The beach, the sun, the waves. The music of David Alexander has a thing for summer. Most of his songs are full of that sunlight people in Scandinavia only get to enjoy a few months each year. This gives the music its own shimmering, mournful beauty as synths, guitars and effectdrowned vocals weave a tapestry of drowsy summer memories, imaginary or real.  

TORKELSEN / NO

Röyksopp meets Boards of Canada in the soundworld of Norwegian producer Torkelsen. With elements of glitch, instrumental hip hop and frostbitten soundscapes, the young beatsmith has developed a Scandinavian electronica sound more shimmering than the ice caps. On other releases, like Torsnes Beats vol. 2, the beats have more energy, “dirt and lo-fi elements”, according to Torkelsen himself. 

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With an arsenal of synths, vocoders and bulging bass lines, Robeat Boys have made the night clubs of Copenhagen drip with sweat, and now it’s Roskilde’s turn. The disco-smitten electro of the duo will put a smile on your face and make your heart beat faster. Standing still is out of the question while this droid duo serves up its sexy beats and infectious vocal melodies.


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AJUNA / DK

For years Ajuna have been hatching and brooding in the cellar depths. In 2013 exciting things are happening for the quintet. The Copenhagen band plays crushingly chaotic metal with a Nordic touch, finding room for both depressive beauty and marrow-shattering aggression. Black metal and technical hardcore are just some of the genres Ajuna use in their attempt to set your ears and nervous system on fire.  

songs manage to be a charming mix of rattling and reckless, yet tuneful, harmonies delivered with a 2 finger salute-attitude.

BENDIK/ NO

“Blåsar Vekk” (blowing away), Bendik calls one of their tunes. And the title actually fits this band’s alternative pop. Bendik are keen on combining the grandiose with icy harmonies, inducing the sensation of a chilly Northern wind. At the same time, Bendik differ from their Scandinavian contemporaries, applying a more electronic touch. Silje Hastensen’s powerful vocals are mostly surrounded by windswept, frostbitten synths.

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They aren’t old enough to remember the 90s, yet they still manage to take you back to a point in time and space that feels a lot like smoky backstreet bars in Seattle way back then. Baby in Vain have found their inspiration in dragging stoner-rock and grunge, and Benedicte, Lola and Andrea’s

BROKE/ DK

Mads Bergland and Simon Littauer picked the name Broke as they were at rock bottom financially and education-wise. As a picture, even, of their whole crisis-torn generation. Determined to challenge mainstream Denmark, the duo has replaced school books with apocalyptic, battered dance music. The electronic beats are brewed


from krautrock, disco and post punk in a steaming acid bath full of unhealthy fumes. 

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With a great ear for golden melodies, Ice Cream Cathedral move self-assuredly in the air-thin part of the atmosphere. On their first album The Drowsy Kingdom the Copenhagen trio has found their own niche between synthesizers, nostalgic retro pop and warm streams of new age, drawing an independent line like the vapour trail from an  aeroplane on a clear blue sky.

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KAKA / DK

Danish dancehall is undergoing a boost of Babylonian proportions. Please welcome the genre’s rising star: Kaka. His flow mood has placed him squarely in the centre of the rasta-coloured map of Denmark. Songs like “Dansk Dancehall” has placed Kaka on DRÅPE the front lines ready to make summer smiles and NO DRÅPE/ funky dance moves appear The Norwegians know how to do Being from 17 to 19 everywhere. With Kaka at shoegazing just right – roaring, the helm the genre looks set years old, the memdreamy guitar noise with yearnfor a long life of Jamaican ridbers of baby in vain are dims and Copenhagenesque ing angelic vocals hovering on top. Dråpe’s first EP is full of some of the youngest one-liners. noise pop taking off on pink musicians to set foot clouds for the upper part of LOWER/ DK the atmosphere. Vocalist on Roskilde’s stages. “It was almost annoying how good Hanne Olsen Solem recently they were.” The words come from expressed her hopes and dreams of playing Roskilpunk brothers Iceage after witnessing Lower’s first de Festival and releasing an album. Their debut gig. With their discordant and hostile postpunk album Canicular Days has just arrived less than Lower are one of the most promising names on two months before the Norwegians take the stage. Copenhagen’s underground punk scene. Depress­ ive, even desperate the music may be. But Lower DK GO GO BERLIN/ are also part of a very uplifting chapter in the tale “Denmark’s strongest live act.” Thus Go Go Berlin of Danish punk.  dub themselves and from early on it has been clear that they possess more than mere self-confidence. MOTHER LEWINSKY/ DK The party rock unit have toured with bands such Using the violin as its spinning fulcrum, Mother as the like-minded The Blue Van and in no time Lewinsky creates an alternative pop imprint full of Go Go Berlin have gathered a loyal fan base all cheeky ambushes and surprising twists. The three over Denmark. This is classic rock’n’roll played masterminds behind this grand live orchestra all with energy, nerve and lust for life. play in other bands – Tako Lako, Mescalin, Baby and Surf in Stereo – but use Mother Lewinsky as a playground where they can explore the potential in using strings to create a delicious pop sound.


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With a heart laden with melancholy memories of summer Postiljonen aim at yours. The Swe­ dish/Norwegian trio deal with azure dream pop – the air thick with evaporated water from the Mediterranean and dreams of love as fragile as soap bubbles. Postiljonen skilfully tickle the eternally nostalgic summer-centre of our hearts using soothing synthesizers, 80s-like productions and vocals wrapped in effects and fog.

MØ/ DK

The international music world is picking up on how to write Danish letter Ø. This is largely due to MØ, Denmark’s most sparkling meteor of 2013. Despite the virginal artist name (‘mø’ is an Old Norse word for a woman unwed), Karen Marie Ørsted is no fragile violet. Her glamorous pop songs have an urban, gritty attitude, and MØ is able to use her lush voice for rapping as well as singing.

NAVNELØS/ DK

Playing ambitious chamber rock, Navneløs (Da­ nish for nameless) visit classical music, post rock and jazz without ever quite settling down. At one point the music is minimalistic. Suddenly pom­ pous. Soon, often breathtakingly beautiful. With cello, piano, steel brass, noisy guitars and the strong vocals of Lin Rosenbeck, Navneløs beautifully evade the tyranny of categories.

OVERTHROW/ NO

Attention has grown around Overthrow, especially after the debut album Adjust to Darkness saw the light of day. Their sonic punch-in-the-stomach has triggered positive comparisons to Converge, Cancer Bats and, of course, the other darkened fellow Norwegian townsmen in Kvelertak. With an aggressive mix of metal, hardcore punk and genuine rock’n’roll, Overthrow makes your blood boil.

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PÄÄ KII/ FI

They sing in their strange mother tongue. Still, Pää Kii are living the punk philosophy better than many of their English peers. Pää Kii – Finnish for “shut up” – is straightforward punk in the vein of the genre’s 70s heyday. Devoid of detours of any kind. The rocking and rolling punk songs make you want to wear a Ramones leather jacket and take Finnish 101.

KRISTINA RENÉE/ DK

Using piano, acoustic guitar and some electronics as stepping-stones, Kristina Renée has taken the first steps towards creating a name for herself among lovers of pop music with an element of Nordic soul. She is a singer/songwriter of the melancholy kind. The songs from her first release are melodious, thoughtful and celestial. Still, she points out in an interview that her coming full-length debut may point in another direction entirely. 


SCHULTZ & FOREVER/ DK

Jonathan Schultz and his acoustic guitar create a vibrant presence in his home recordings using sparkling finger play and gritty, existential nerve. The 18-year-old kid steps on stage with a complete band making his folk-inspired song rise towards the canvas dome above. His music is reminiscent of a young Bob Dylan despite Jonathan Schultz’ claims of being inspired by R. Kelly.

With ever-moving foothold in both alternative rock and global sounds, Travelling Tribes have made their way into a Copenhagen psychedelica scene unafraid to make the musical paint box merge together. Tribal percussion, foreign melodies on the cello, synthesizers and impressionistic guitars are along for the ride when this bold collective cross the continents and head for remote villages. 

mother lewinsky’s With January 2013 on their birth URBAN CONE/ SE certificate, So-So Echo is very members are no strang­ W i t h ent husias t ic live much a new acquaintance. They shows and well-timed re­ ers to Roskilde Festival. lea­s es , Urban Cone have declined playing American Their other bands Tako moved into a position as the mastodon festival SXSW to evolve and refine their prodnew wonder boys of Swe­d ish Lako and ­Mescalin, uct. And what a product it pop. The international blog comBaby have both played is. The Danish trio plays munity has taken notice, as well. gorgeous, electronic pop Urban Cone’s dance friendly synth ­Pavilion Junior. oozing chilly elegance. pop shows love of The Human Lea­gue Full of 80s nostalgia and stylish pink, but also an and other neon classics. At the same time, Urban atmosphere of urban lights seen through tears.  Cone are gifted with the acute ear for pop tunes so characteristic of the Swedes.  SOLBRUD/ DK

With long, atmospheric numbers, Solbrud create a world of fabled, mythological darkness you don’t ever want to leave again. Lead singer Ole Luk’s guttural screaming vocals leave no doubt that this is primitive black metal attacking with the characteristic, choking density. At the same time, there is also a core of melodic beauty in the middle of the mud storm of guitar, bass and drums.

THEN COMES SILENCE/ SE

Based in a dogma of total anonymity this Swe­ dish band play their gothic noise rock cloaked in shadows. The self-titled debut album was fittingly released in the autumn, on which the black silhouettes display their control of grinding guitars, booming bass and world-weariness. It is loud; it is noisy, like Black Rebel Motorcycle Club in Halloween-masks. It is evidence of the amount of psychedelic nuances found in the colour black.

VANLIGT FOLK/ SE

With inspiration from 80s no wave, post punk and dark industrial, Vanligt Folk have already won several Swedish black hearts. DAF, Nitzer Ebb and Einstürzende Neubauten are just a few of the benchmarks that have clearly been set on the trio’s self-titled EP. Icy synths and ominous cold war atmosphere played and sung with insisting endurance.

THE WOKEN TREES/ DK

The Woken Trees’ post punk update sounds like Joy Division heading for some occult mass at midnight: the bleakness of Manchester replaced with the claustrophobia of the deep forest. Moodily, they dwell on their evil bass lines, insisting rhythms and jarring guitars. Take a trip into The Woken Trees’ black labyrinth. Even on the brightest of Roskilde summer days, the sun will have a hard time finding its way.

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SO-SO ECHO/ DK

TRAVELLING TRIBES/ DK


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ACTION BRONSON/ US

The bearded word juggler Action Bronson is a former gourmet chef, but he has put his spatula and carving knife aside to devote himself to rap. This immigrant son knows how to serve rap that will draw in all fans of true New Yorker hip hop. With great confidence, Action Bronson stands on the shoulders of Ghostface Killah as his rap takes him away from the kitchen and straight onto the hip hop scene.

AGE COIN/ DK

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Age Coin is a duo of members from Copenhagen’s punk underground, and according to themselves their music describes what it’s like “when you’re feeling really low in a corner of the club.” With foggy, industrial soundscapes, they create bleak scenarios where the dim techno rhythm is hovering like an abstract threat of annihilation. A massive darkness built from steel and shabby electronics.

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AIRBOURNE/ AU

The Aussie-rockers Airbourne hold the balls of rock music in as firm a grip as their countrymen AC/DC. As always the stage is the only place to experience these guys sing about Jack D, wicked blondes and amber ales. Airbourne plays rock with riffs like bolts of lightning and grinding guitar solos. Look forward to meeting these guys with hops and motor oil in their blood.

AJUNA/ DK

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MEHER & SHER ALI/ PK

The 700-year-old music genre Qawwali is best described as Islamic gospel. Meher & Sher Ali belong at the top end of the genre. Departing from the Sufi-tradition, in which music is a tool to approach the divine, the two Pakistanis sing and play their way towards the diverse heart of Allah. The Tabla drum and the harmonium along with the chanting vocals make up some of the characteristics of the music.


ANAAL NATHRAKH/ UK

With elements of black metal, melodious death metal and grindcore, Anaal Nathrakh blur the edges for where punishment ends and relief begins. When Mick Kenney and David Hunt perform, they are usually backed by guest performers on stage to match the attack of guitar and guttural growling on their albums. Anaal Nathrakh will devour your nerve endings like a drugged up fighting dog. 

ANGEL HAZE/ US

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BADUME’S BAND & SELAMNESH ZEMENE/ ET/FR

The 60s and 70s was a very special period in Ethiopian music. In the new millennium music collectors have discovered this musical treasure of golden funk, jazz, afrobeat and soul. Clearly Badume’s Band is in love with these glory days. Led by the Ethiopian singer Selamnesh Zemene, Badume’s Band recreates the Addis Ababa of 1970. Together they embody not just a past but also a future of Ethiopian urban music.

ANIMAL COLLECTIVE/ US

The residents of Animal Collective have pushed pop music into a whole new dimension on a number of deeply curious albums, latest on Centipede Hz from 2012. The Americans’ music – inspired by avantgarde and minimalist art music – sounds like a pack of children high on sugar let loose behind synthesizers, microphones and drums. Below the turbulent soundtrack a pop heart beats, not unlike that of Beach Boy Brian Wilson.

AZEALIA BANKS

AZEALIA BANKS/ US

The EP 1991 took its name from

anaal nathrakh took Azealia Banks’ birth year. Soon ev­ With its lion roars and insis­ erybody realised that pure talent their name from an tent bass “Harlem Shake” is was entering the stage through incantation spoken by the cloud of hype, beefs and the hottest stuff right now. The artist behind the song calls himthe wizard Merlin in the buzz. Azealia Banks departs self Baauer. He’s one of the expofrom hip hop to create her 1981 film Excalibur. nents of trap, one of the possible very own regime – comBAAUER/ US

successors of dubstep. As a oneman army on stage, he blends house, southern hip hop and bass music in his own instrumental rehash. This promising boy wonder confidently steps into a constantly mutating musical arena.

manding other genres of music to kneel before her superior flow, wit and edge. 2013 may be a year even more important than 1991: this year is likely to give us Banks’ debut album.

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This aggressive hip hop talent caused a stir with her version of Eminem’s “Cleaning Out My Closet” in which she brutally raps about a sexual assault. Despite her childhood demons, the amazon from Detroit has no intention of throwing in the towel or giving up the microphone. “I run New York,” is the chorus from her signature song. We bet she will include Roskilde when she drops by.

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BABY IN VAIN/ DK


TOMAS BARFOD — LIVE/ DK

Some may best know him as the drummer and producer in WhoMadeWho. But Tomas Barfod is an important figure through his work in Filur, Jatoma and lately the critically acclaimed solo album Salton Sea as well. On the album the Los Angeles-based wiz kid dives into an electronic universe in which house, techno and ambient blend together. The versatile Dane will bring his dreamy sounds to the stage with a live band.  

BAND PRESENTATIONS | B

NILS BECH/ NO

The Norwegian singer Nils Bech crosses the boundaries between art, compositional music and pop. On the album Look Inside Nils Bech has firmly set his classically trained vocals in an impressionistic dream world of baroque, electronic pop, which is artistically ambitious, intricately detailed and sounds like it has been composed among drag queens in glittering satin.

BENDIK/ NO

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BINÄRPILOT/ NO

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rhythms, tones and traditions into the high waters, making anything possible – especially the horn and percussion are duelling to blow you away if you do not start dancing your way through this light blue flood of funk, cumbia and samba.

BLACK REBEL MOTORCYCLE CLUB/ US

“Whatever Happened To My Rock ’n’ Roll?”, BRMC asked back in 2001 as they, along with The Strokes and The White Stripes, helped rock music find its spark once again. Their moody songs combine classic Americana with British noise rock in a cloud of fuzz guitars, black exhaust fumes and snarling beat poetry. Specter At The Feast from 2013 finds the band with a tight grip around their beloved rock’n’roll.

JAMES BLAKE/ UK

James Blake inhabits a brand new music universe, a remote region where heart pounding soul, folk and R&B share molecules with dubstep, hip hop, ambient and shiny electronica. 24 years old, he is a major voice in a generation unburdened by genres. James Blake had the Cosmopol stage filled to the brim during his last visit in 2011: this year we provide a bigger stage for unfurling Blake’s latest album, Overgrown.

BIXIGA 70

BIXIGA 70/ BR

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This funky collective of no less than 10 Brazilians sure know their way around afrobeat. Furthermore, they throw a host of other Latin American

BLOOD COMMAND — PHOTO: ELINE BERG

BLOOD COMMAND/ NO

With a feisty mix of belligerent female vocals and searing guitar works Blood Command attack and


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conquer the overall male dominance of post hardcore. The band is not all about the gore, though. Here and there they lose the aggression, inspired by bands such as Fugazi, At the Drive-In and Refused, in favour of melodies and pretty minor key guitars. Blood, sugar and bile combined in a perfect Molotov cocktail. 

THE BLUE ANGEL LOUNGE/ DE

BROKE/ DK

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BOMBINO — PHOTO: JIM MCGUIRE

BOMBINO/

NE

“I love the desert,” Bombino says. He belongs to the desert nomads the Tuaregs whose music and way of life were threatened by the Niger and Mali regimes who took strong stances against song and dance. Even during exile, Bombino has managed to secure a home through music and has become an ambassador for peace. His poetic guitar playing is like witnessing a West African Jimi Hendrix.

TENT ERECTION = HARD WORK

It takes a British crew of 10 fully grown men a month to erect and dismantle Arena and Cosmopol. Together, the two tents weigh more than 100 ton. The surface area of the Arena tent is 7,624 m2, which is about 500 m2 more than an average football field. And by the way, it’s big enough for Orange Stage to fit inside, if three holes are made for the tops of the orange canopies.

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They named themselves after the club where German goth queen Nico played her first shows with The Velvet Underground. And the link between Teutonic darkness and druggy Ame­r ican rock THE BOTS is obvious on board The Blue Angel US Lounge. They sound like a band who THE BOTS/ black rebel ­motorcycle wear shades and leather jackets The brother duo The club’s drummer now­adays Bots masters punk 24-7, their psych rock has the lush fizzle of a pain killer sinking into a rock’n’roll, aiming for is partly Danish. Leah glass of water. Take a trip into the both the melodies and S ­ hapiro went to high school noisy bliss of The Blue Angel the carnal groove. As a Lounge.  matter of course, they find in Marselisborg, Aarhus. an unpre­cedented spot on the colour scheme of retro rock, somewhere in between The White Stri­pes and The Black Keys. They exude an almost unnatural authority, both regarding songwriting and stage show. The Bots are fully fledged at an age when most bands are still learning to crawl.


JAKE BUGG/ UK

At almost frightening pace Jake Bugg has cemented his name with a batch of solid tunes that sound as if they were written by a much older soul. The youngster has taken the stage as a young Bob Dylan and all the established stars are eager to sing his praise as well. His songs take the best of 60s folk and 90s Brit rock and mould their own melodic blues.

BWOY DE BHAJAN/ DK

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C2C/ FR

The illustrious spin doctors are ready. Prepare yourself and your dancing shoes for a turntable concert tightly packed with hip hop, soul, electronica and genre acrobatics. After getting back together again, C2C have raised the stakes further. Their first proper album ever, Tetra, demonstrates an ambition beyond the DMC DJ team championship, which the four lads have won four times in a row.

TEGO CALDERÓN/ PR

Reggaeton mixes Spanish rap, salsa, dancehall and other tropical beats. The genre has its origin in the poorest neighbourhoods of Puerto Rico. Tego Calderón is responsible for boosting knowledge of the genre among white people and Latinos outside the slum – a lot of people consider the guy with the curly afro haircut and the sunglasses the king of the genre.

ROSKILDE GOES HOLLYWOOD

Tego Calderón, Kris Kristofferson and Henry Rollins have their share of moments on celluloid as well as on iPods. Mind-boggler Lost Highway, L.A. car movie Fast & Furious and sci-fi vampire flick Blade are just a few films with Roskilde artists starring in them.

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CALEXICO — PHOTO: JAIRO ZAVALA

CALEXICO/ US

Since 1996, John Convertino and Joey Burns have played rustic serenades filled with the smell of gritty, American highways and scorched tex-mex spice. On Algiers from 2012 the two gringos have ventured to Mississippi in New Orleans. Here we find traces of Haiti, Cuba and Africa surging in. The new impressions emphasise the notion of Calexico as a crossroads suited for very diverse musical orientations.

CAPTAIN FUFANU/ IS

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CARLI/ SE

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CHASE & STATUS/ UK

This dynamic duo has taken electronic music from the London club basements and onto the biggest stages of Europe’s biggest festivals. Chase & Status show how to take the adrenaline and sweat from punk and metal and transfer them into wildly intense celebrations of electronic music. Prepare yourself for a rave combining the best parts of drum’n’bass, dubstep, pop and rock in a magnificent collision.


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CHELSEA LIGHT MOVING/ US

Vintage hipster Thurston Moore has already changed alternative rock from within as Sonic Youth’s main vocalist and guitarist. Even though this band is on hiatus, the ever youthful pioneer has no intention of leaving the stage to the kids. Instead, Chelsea Light Moving sees a new fresh team taking the stage, keeping up the gritty, searing guitar rock.

FELIPE CORDEIRO/ BR

The feather light, psychedelic music of Felipe Cordeiro draws heavily on sensual dances like lambada and carimbó. However, the songwriter will find more fans among lovers of alternative pop than fans of the 80s hit “Lambada”. His acclaimed album is called Kitsch Pop Cult and the title encapsulates the nostalgic retro feel this tropical songwriter perfectly conjures up in his songs.

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CHINESE MAN/ FR

With a mash-up of funk, house, jazz, reggae and hip hop this French DJ collective makes the party spin from their turntables. Chinese Man are music lovers with a broad-minded approach to turnta­ blism and a penchant for obscure samples and crackling nostalgia. With visuals and vocalists on top of the versatile beats, you are certain to find a feast for your ears and eyes.

CHORDS/ SE

On his recent album Looped State of Mind the influence of New York City is palpable. R&B, hip hop and urban pop are mingled together by the hyper talented Swede in a manner that would leave both Drake and Kanye West nodding appreciatively. Despite calling his Brooklyn-produced album a “laptop record”, Chords takes the stage with a large live band, aiming for a full-on concert experience. 

COMPADRE/ SE

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CRYSTAL CASTLES

CRYSTAL CASTLES/ CA

With an arsenal of old analogue synthesizers, Canadian band Crystal Castles paint beautiful images of a cold world. Ethan Kath and Alice Glass both come from a background in punk. They inject the energy into their trance-inspired electronica. Crystal Castles have toured almost non-stop the past couple of years. Expect a band on great form hitting Roskilde this summer. 

DAEDELUS — ARCHIMEDES SHOW/ US

NYC MUSIC MOVING

Did you know that Chelsea Light Moving was the name of a moving company that seminal NYC composers Steve Reich and Philip Glass set up in the 60s? Reich’s piece Music for 18 Musicians is performed by Ekkozone this year at Cosmopol.

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Sugar-speedy jazz, chipmunk voices, disorienting beats and old, nostalgic sounds are just some of the elements that are reshaped in Daedelus’ seemingly radioactive laptop. To match the music, he has developed a cool stage show. A wall of mirrors combined with lights and projections create the impression of standing inside a giant mirror ball. This kind of magic cannot be done just anywhere, so we’re proud to present this at Roskilde.


DAKHABRAKHA/ UA

In long trance-like songs Dakhabrakha creates a self-confessed “ethnic chaos” of sensitive falsetto vocals, accordion, cello, bass-dark jazz and Ukrainian folk music. The four-piece draws new zigzag lines between the continents – elements of both Indian, Arabic, African, Russian and Australian descent pop up along the way.

tales and the vast expanses of the countryside of the gargantuan nation are present in the music, but there is also a highly experimental approach to the traditional sounds.

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FELIX DE LUCA/ DK

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DANNY BROWN/ US

DEAD CAN DANCE

DEAD CAN DANCE/ AU/UK

On the comeback record Anastasis, Dead Can Dance, the black princes of the 80s, break a 16year silence. Through a fog of chanting vocals, reverb and thick synthesizers, Brendan Perry and Lisa Gerrard chased their distinct, flickering muse back to a time when ethnic provinces in music felt way more remote than today. Now that Dead Can Dance are back to cast their spell, they do so as true pioneers.

DAWANGGANG

DEAD FADER/ UK

Dead Fader’s music contains a dystopian, indusDAWANGGANG/ CN trial tonality, which makes it sound like something The former punk rocker Song Yuhze that just might keep gnawing formed Dawanggang after his travels dead can dance play at your soul after you have rein western China. The ensemble turned from the festival longing their first Danish is rich in insight and ideas and for a good night’s sleep. Using abconcert ever, the has its musical foundation in stract, distorted club music, noise, the wailing tones of Chinese infernal volume levels, amputated only one of its kind folk music. Yuhze combines sound bites and unveiled ugliness in Scandinavia this these no­tes with something Dead Fader creates an energetic, elec­ uniquely wes­tern. Both the summer. tronic nightmare.

BAND PRESENTATIONS | D

With his half-mad appearance, inimitable rap and eccentric choice of productions, Danny Brown is a much more spectacular acquaintance than the somewhat anonymous artist name suggests. He grew up in Detroit, is a self-confessed music geek and has continued the legacy of the cap-clad city king J Dilla. Look forward to a hefty round in the ring with this rhyme equilibrist whose musical backdrop alternates between sugar-coated soul and sparkling electronics.


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progressive rock, the mad Canadian asserts himself as a bald and bold metal joker. Prepare for a show full of edge, humour, quirky genre meltdowns and corny pop music.

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DEAD RAT ORCHESTRA — PHOTO: ATHERTON-CHIELLINO

Dead Rat Orchestra has been one of England’s most weird and innovative bands for a decade. Their colourful playground of instruments typically includes violin, accordion and a variety of guitars. But often they also employ wooden logs, axes, balloons, toys and whatever else is at hand. No matter the choice of instruments, they continue to traverse the boundaries of genre without taking permanent residence anywhere in particular.

DEN SORTE SKOLE/ DK

DISCLOSURE

DISCLOSURE/ UK

Two young brothers are climbing towards the top of the British electronic scene right now. They operate under the name Disclosure, and on their first single release they have paved the way for the future of pop, house and dubstep. It’s chic, urban and touches upon several hot spots on the electronic genre map. If you want to see what tomorrow brings you should definitely check out Disclosure.

The Danish kings of copy/paste have found new strange pathways on their magnum opus Lektion III, which is an odyssey of samples that takes us from Lebanese surf and early GerDRENGE/ UK man electro to Bollywood and den sorte skole’s Guitars and drums are all it takes French psych rock during one to make it to heaven. Drenge are third album Lektion giddy, genre-melting trip. At the aware of this and nonchalantly the III spans sampled same time, Den Sorte Skole hint UK duo carve a bloody wound in the at a few fresh, exclusive tracks spine of guitar rock. This is garage material from over to get the party started. Visurock in the blackest vein. However 250 old vinyl a ­­ lbums al artist group Dark Matters the tunes still carry the guiding light deliver images guaranteed from 51 countries. of melody beneath the grainy noise and to match the trippy music. carnage. With minimal instrumentation the two young hopefuls create a delightful racket CA DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT/ full of the musicality, disgust and pent up frustraWith Devin Townsend Project the versatile and tion of punk, grunge and noise rock. ever prolific genre anarchist ‘Hevy Devy’ explores what lies beyond over-the-top: incorporating comDRÅPE/ NO mercial pop, cheesy heavy metal, new age and See Pavilion Junior band presentations, pp 38-41

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DEAD RAT ORCHESTRA/ UK


EIK/ NO

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EKKOZONE performs MUSIC FOR 18 MUSICIANS/ DK

Steve Reich’s kaleidoscopic masterpiece “Music for 18 Musicians” has only been performed on Danish soil once before. The dizzying and spherical minimalism of the concerto is a hit with music listeners of very different tastes. Experience Ekkozone’s interpretation of a piece by an artist, whose influence has reached the post rock and experimenting electronica of our time as well.

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DUBIOZA KOLEKTIV — PHOTO: GORAN LIZDEK

DUBIOZA KOLEKTIV/ BA

Ska, Balkan sounds, hip hop, rock, reggae, funk metal. Dubioza Kolektiv get around the genres in a manner comparable to their hectic tour schedule all over Europe. On first sight they may look like your imagined Balkan brutes. In many respects though, be they political or musical, Dubioza Kolektiv could be considered an East European, brassy Rage Against The Machine, ready to shred the Roskilde night into pieces. 

EFTERKLANG/ DK

ELLIPHANT/ SE

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ELOQ/ DK

Do musical genre monikers like trap, wonky and crunk give you clammy palms and facial tics? No worries. With his bubbly jacuzzi-mix of bass, gritty beats and high-pitched synthesizers Eloq can make even the uninitiated move their sneakers to the beat. This venomous neon cocktail has made Eloq a leading figure in Copenhagen’s hip hop scene as well as a celebrated producer, DJ and remixer.

Can you become an audience favourite, making beautiful soaring compositional music? If you’re Efterklang, you can. They make audiences all over the world hold their breath, playing fragile chamber pop with strong nuances and colours. Efterklang are signed on legendary 4AD and make their fourth visit as an internationally acclaimed band despite their Danish band name, meaning “reverberation”.

WHAT’S IN A BAND NAME?

Ensiferum translates as “he who carries the sword”, Dakhabrakha means “give/take” in old Ukrainian and UK band Drenge got their name after playing football with a bunch of Danes who shouted “drenge!” (translates to boys!) at eachother. If you know what Nazoranai means please write us at info@roskilde-festival.dk.

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EL-P

EL-P/ US

He rewrote the blueprint of alternative hip hop in the 90s and 00s. Today El-P enjoys regal status among those who favour and regard hip hop


as a progressive art. We cherish the verbose doomsayer for his productions, filled to the brim with dirt, grit, coldness and laser lights from the future. El-P has returned from hibernation with the roaring comeback record Cancer 4 Cure.  

the skater attitude perfectly. Seize the day by the balls. It’s here and now. Jay Reatard and Joey Ramone aren’t here anymore; it is up to us now. The four potheads play no nonsense songs about cheap beers, skateboards and drugs. Get ready for a bunch of dirty, Californian rock ’n’ roll.

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FLATBUSH ZOMBIES/ US

FLUME/ AU

Producer and beat designer Flume creates his ENSIFERUM own twisted and looping mix of edgy beats and FI ENSIFERUM/ dreamy, summer lazy music, which in its slow Right now melodic Finns Ensiferum are one in the rhythms simultaneously contains electronic echsharpest names in folk-oriented metal. Ancient oes of R&B, dub step and pop. The otherwise rock Northern fire is blazing from the reactors when oriented magazine Rolling Stone is among the the band combines the rhythms and minor scales fans of Flume. Show up and discover how the of folk dance with blasting choruses, bombast young Australian creates electronic music, which and plenty of fiery metal riffing. With resonates beyond the 2012’s Unsung Heroes, Ensiferum At least 33 different confines of the genre. have carved the writing on the nationalities grace this wall in durable runes: they are FRIENDLY year’s music programme, true heroes of epic sword metal. BEASTLY COYOTE/ DK making it one of the most See Apollo Countdown band FRANK FAIRFIELD/ US presentations, pp 34-37 culturally diverse events He is in his 20s, not from the 20s. Still, Frank Fairfield of this scale in the world. GEOMUNGO FACTORY/ KR sounds like a poetic yokel This quartet has a mission: To from between the two Great Wars. The young introduce the world to the string music of South songwriter and music archaeologist sings songs of Korea as played on the massive sitar instruments heart break, poverty and impending collapse. The of that nation, which are strummed using a small young gentleman garnishes his rustic Americana stick of bamboo. The instruments which are called with plenty of banjo and fierce fiddlin’. Geomungo and date as far back as the 4th century. But there is a distinctly modern sound to US FIDLAR/ the alien notes. The music is groovy and full of FIDLAR is an acronym for Fuck It Dog, Life’s A Risk playful rhythms and the four Koreans play like a and their straightforward summer surf punk fits well-oiled clockwork.

BAND PRESENTATIONS | E-G

Behind the name Flatbush Zombies you find a couple of creative potheads from the crime-ridden area near Prospect Heights in Brooklyn. The gold teeth belong to Meechy Darko and Zombie Juice whose rap is based on four classic hip hop subjects: smoke, money, ladies and freshly baked waffles. Erick Arc Elliot produces the undead duo who has also rapped alongside A$AP Rocky.


GHOST VENUE/ DK

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GNUCCI/ SE

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GO GO BERLIN/ DK

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and thrash ingredients: for these Southern boys it’s just good, ol’ heavy metal at the end of the day.

JOHN GRANT/ US

John Grant visited Roskilde Festival 2011 in the wake of his breakthrough album, Queen of Denmark, treating his audience to intimate piano versions of his 70s-esque ballads. On his new album Pale Green Ghosts this brutally honest bohemian has directed his gaze at the 80s and electronic music without abandoning his heartbreaking song-crafting. 

GOAT

GOAT/ SE

World Music is the title of Goat’s critically acclaimed debut album from 2012. And the title is a clear inHATEBREED dication of what you can expect from this masked orchestra. The Swedes play psychHATEBREED/ US edelic rock that sounds as if it were Since 1994 they have made john grant’s new cooked in equal parts bong water, mosh pits everywhere red-hot. album was recorded Swedish wild strawberries and Ha­te­breed visit Roskilde Festival African extracts. With electric for the first time since 2004. The in Iceland, the wellguitar, accordion, organ and a Americans breed their own monster traveled American’s with well-developed sense of funk balls of steel, iron gills and fiery current home. and trance, Goat invites us on eyes. Front man Jamey Jasta dubs the a wild ride. genre ‘Celtic Frost hardcore’, a mix of thrash and hardcore sure to make any healthy lad US GOATWHORE/ or lady ready to romp. The swamps of Louisiana have created few beasts as hideous as Goatwhore. The 15-year-old quarTHE HELIOCENTRICS/ UK tet’s fifth album is called Blood for the Master. This psychedelic funk collective mixes Latin Without too many detours or errands, the record American, African, German and British sources demonstrates the mastery Goatwhore have deof inspiration – from Miles Davis to James Brown. veloped during a career of intensive touring. And that leaves out the inspiration from the rest Goatwhore kick ass in a mix with black, death of the Milky Way: The Heliocentrics obviously


share their enthusiasm for outer space with jazz legend and main source of inspiration Sun Ra. The Heliocentrics travel – partially improvising – a dimension full of dissolved consciousness.

Moroccan music revolution. Since the band switched on the amplifiers in the late 90s, they have combined rock and the tones of ancient Morocco in a way that has practically turned them into a national treasure. .

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HOLY OTHER/ UK

ICE CREAM CATHEDRAL/ DK

See Pavilion Junior band presentations, pp 38-41 HIGHASAKITE — PHOTO: THEA HERMANSEN

HIGHASAKITE/ NO

With thumbs up from Pitchfork, Bon Iver and a devoted Norwegian music press, Highasakite is ready to become the new major Nordic music act. Their alternative pop is filled with hit potential and catchy melodies. “Indian Summer” has already spread its heavy-hearted sweetness across radios everywhere. The song is almost a signature song for the Norwegians who like to play concerts wearing Indian outfits.

CHRISTIAN HJELM/ DK

The bright voice of Danish alt rockers Figurines is breaking new ground. On his debut album Christian Hjelm sings in Danish and writes catchy songs with the same ease as he creates crooked guitar rock with his more internationally oriented band. The album is full of effortless pop tunes and has both won him new fans as well as calmed the old ones.

HOBA HOBA SPIRIT/ MA

Marock’n’roll. That’s the title of their collection of greatest hits. And it sums up Hoba Hoba Spirit quite well. Fronted by journalist and social critic Reda Allali the band has been part of a minor

ICEAGE — PHOTO: KRISTIAN EMDAL

ICEAGE/ DK

With pure punk attitude and powerful live shows Iceage have become the front line of “new way of Danish fuck you” while enjoying considerable international interest. Their second album, You’re Nothing, proves their nihilism and pessimism to be fully intact. At the same time they have increased not only the icy coldness but also the experiments in their tamed explosion of (post) punk and hardcore.

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House, moody R&B and British dubstep are just some of the elements in Holy Other’s darkened sound that has placed him under the genre banner witch house. With copy-pasted ghostlike vocals, clicking rim-shots and keyboards in minor, the critically-acclaimed British producer paints a picture of a quiet, slow sunrise over his hometown of Manchester.


inside the shining chrome you find a wreckage of soul, house, techno and pop. But Latham reinvents, mutates and transforms it all as if Gyro Gearloose were let loose behind a mixing console.

BAND PRESENTATIONS | I-K

INDIANS

INDIANS/ DK

When the light singing voice of Indians was announced for Roskilde Festival 2012, this new project was shrouded in secrecy. The solo project of Søren Løkke Juul is now an international success signed on iconic record label 4AD. With a broad palette the versatile musician creates weightless pop, combining acoustic folk with psychedelic electronica and atmospheric soundscapes.

INGRID feat. LYKKE LI, PETER BJORN AND JOHN, MIIKE SNOW, COCO, J. ÅHLUND and GUESTS/ INT

An impressive selection of Sweden’s most successful pop acts has decided to take music matters into their own hands. And although all of the above certainly deliver on their own they have gathered under an umbrella together allowing new ideas, songs and whims to blossom. For Roskilde Festival they are creating a unique music event, packed with surprises and visual delights. The line-up will take the stage as one large band and treat us to both fresh compositions and well-known hits served in new ways. 

JAM CITY/ UK

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Get ready to dance as if it were 2099. With the debut album Classical Curves the young London producer Jack Latham has created a piece of electronic futurism filled with zigzagging melody samples, distorted forms and shattered glass. Somewhere

JOEY BADA$$ — PHOTO: JOSH WEHLE

JOEY BADA$$/ US

He is very young, has only just celebrated his 18th birthday. But Joey Bada$$ is a New York rapper on fire. He is part of Pro Era, a young group of hip hoppers who seems to have a well-developed love for A Tribe Called Quest, Nas and Wu-Tang Clan. This crew may be New York’s equivalent of Los Angeles’ Odd Future, and Joey Bada$$ is one of the Brooklyn collective’s most noted members.

KADIE ELDER/ DK

See Apollo Countdown band presentations, pp 34-37

KAKA/ DK

See Pavilion Junior band presentations, pp 38-41

SWEET SWEDES

The stars of Ingrid have played Roskilde Festival before: Miike Snow in 2010, Lykke Li in 2011 and 2008, Peter Bjorn and John in 2007. Joakim Åhlund is part of Teddybears who played in 2010.


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KARPE DIEM/ NO

A Hindu and a Muslim, Chirag Patel and Magdi Ytreeide, two very untraditional Norwegians have really seized the day. The two guys play festive pop and straight-forward hip hop with Nordic phrases and sympathetic views combined with large amounts of humour. The duo has produced a long line of hit singles. Even on stage these two guys are already a kind of veterans despite the fact that they are only around 30 years old.

BAND PRESENTATIONS | K

KENTON SLASH DEMON/ DK

With Kenton Slash Demon, Jonas Kenton and Silas Moldenhawer live out their penchant for especially house, techno and pitch-black disco. This DJ set will bring you club music meant for dancing but the sounds are often also as inscrutable and deep as a night sky full of stars. Kenton Slash Demon have been well on their way for a long time, and the duo is finding an audience both on the wormholes of the internet as well as the dance floor.

MARIE KEY/ DK

With her tongue in her cheek and a dose of genuine poetry, Marie Key has established herself as one of the most original songwriters and lyricists in Denmark. Her first albums had a predominantly acoustic expression. On the last two albums however, she has developed a more electronic sound that has catapulted the curly head towards the pink universe of pop and radio.

KID KOALA/ CA

He is a jester wearing several caps: Away from his turntables Kid Koala moonlights as a graphic novelist and designer. Ask any music nerd, though, and his trademark will forever be his virtuoso skills on the record players. On his latest record 12 Bit Blues Kid Koala puts blues music under the needle and he will take the sounds from this album to his extravagant Vinyl Vaudeville 2.0 show with costumes, dancers and robots.  

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KILLER MIKE/ US

R.A.P. Music, the title of Killer Mike’s most recent and best album is, tellingly enough, short for ’Rebellious African People’s Music’. Working with Brooklyn magus El-P, Killer Mike has sharpened his attack and made a meteor-like hip hop record. His politically charged hip hop universe is shivering with tongue-sharp rap, sparkling attitude and futuristic beats. It’s dirty southern hip hop with a touch of alternative New York. Killer Mike’s status as inspired protest hip hopper in the tradition of Public Enemy has never been as strong as right now.

KING TUFF — PHOTO: JEFFREY SAUGER

KING TUFF/ US

Straightforward rock’n’roll is Kyle Thomas’ true calling and love despite duties in a series of very different bands. This productive slacker writes laidback garage rock tunes that shine like a Cadillac; these songs will make you forget about ever feeling older than 17. All the tunes are written, sung and served with an attitude that incarnates the 60s and 70s melodic golden age of rock.

KOTTARASHKY & THE RAIN DOGS/ BG

Balkan and Eastern Europe is more than hectic, high-speed wedding music. Kottarashky & The Rain Dogs take us to the metropolis of Sofia as of right now. The dexterous orchestra serves a chilled brew of East European folk music, dub, funk and soul, and Aleksandar Dobrev’s clarinet


secures nerve, verve and beauty in the laid-back movements. Kottarashky & The Rain Dogs is like drifting through modern Sofia on a summer day. 

KRAFTWERK/ DE

It is practically impossible to imagine electronic music without Kraftwerk. The seminal band has been the source of inspiration for a wide range of musical genres such as electro, synthpop and techno. Kraftwerk return to Roskilde Festival with their extraordinary 3D show. Roskilde Festival will hand out glasses to the audience, thus ensuring a visual space age feeling worthy of the futureminded computer sounds.  

Thrash metal acts as a source of eternal youth for several of the genre’s classic bands. Just look at Kreator, German metal kings who after more than 30 years into their career still bring the stage to boiling point. Since the early 80s, the Germans have been churning out albums that have incorporated their sound into the genre’s DNA. The last one is the Phantom Antichrist from 2012, showing a self-assured band in great shape.

KRIS KRISTOFFERSON/ US

This silver-haired multi-artist has an impressive back catalogue that includes some of country music’s best known songs, and an influence on other musicians that places him among the titans of American music. Armed with nothing but a guitar, harmonica and plenty of personal grit, Kris Kristofferson plays authentic country with a taste of bourbon, Nashville and stories about his own life’s ups and downs. 

Krar is an Ethiopian descent of string instruments said to have been played even way back in ancient Egypt. The aged instrument has never sounded as it does here. With a bucketful of electricity vocalist and virtuoso Temesegen Tareken make the strings light up and spark in your Silver-tinted country ears. He is backed by Genet Asefa and Amare who enrich the hypstar kris kristofferson notic string tones with song, is twice as old as both dance, hand claps and highly physical drumming. members in the bots –

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KVELERTAK/ NO tures to become record of the year with the musical The Norwegians tighten the grip. Kvelertak has gourmets at The Wire magazine. On this album, made the international audience gasp for air she abducted dance music and took it somewhere with their blend of hardcore punk, black metal altogether new. When Laurel Halo takes the stage, and erection-inducing garage rock. Even though she does so with a more pumping show. Here you the lyrics about Fimbulwinter, mead recognise the Brooklyn proand bloodlust are sung in a true Staducer’s techno and dance Dave Grohl is a fan of vanger dialect, the international foundation more strongly. kvelertak and invited audience has really taken the band to heart. Kvelertak adds LEMÂITRE/ NO the blackened rockers a shot of humour and more See Apollo Countdown band presto support Foo Fighters entations, pp 34-37 straightforward rock to the sinister Norway. in Norway in 2011. DAVID LINDLEY/ US

K-X-P/ FI

See Apollo Countdown band presentations, pp 34-37

KENDRICK LAMAR

KENDRICK LAMAR/ US

After promising run-ups, Kendrick Lamar has now made the leap into the list of grand hip hop acts. good kid, m.A.A.d. city is recognised as the work of a major artist and already considered a bona fide masterpiece. And the Nordic audience has already witnessed how he masters his craft in a live setting as well, laid-back, with superior improvisations and vintage hip hop magic oozing from each syllable and stanza.

LAUREL HALO/ US

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Playing gigs with everyone notable on the American rock scene has made David Lindley a legend among musicians. The roguish American virtuoso and collector of instruments has had a remarkable solo career on the sideline. In the late 60s he formed Kaleidoscope, which is easily described as the first western world music band in history. Today this unique character combines rock, reggae and much more in his own crooked mixture.

Quarantine, Laurel Halo’s breakthrough album, is a work with enough pitfalls, loops and tex-

LINKOBAN

LINKOBAN/ DK

American critic Robert Christgau describes Linko ­ ban’s flow as better than that of many native En­ glish speakers. Linkoban hails from Copenhagen but her music and edgy performance simultaneously reeks of London, New York, Tokyo and Singapore. Cheap rave synths, ghetto beats and


the atmosphere of Japanese horror movies walk hand in hand when Linkoban gives us the sound of grime in the 10s.

LOWER/ DK

See Pavilion Junior band presentations, pp 38-41

THE LUMINEERS/ US

MASKINEN/ SE

The partners who run Maskinen are close to achieving royal status in Sweden. Their mixture of bass, rap, rave, baile funk and pop has turned the Swedish party sensation into a national treasure. Now Maskinen is rolling across Øresund: The two boys are ready to prove why their name is written in capital letters on Swedish festival posters.

METALLICA/ US

The undisputed metal giants have not played Roskilde Festival since 2003. This year Metallica take over the Orange Stage with some of rock’s most durable riffs and songs. James, Lars, Kirk and Robert take a break from the recording of their next album to play Roskilde Festival – their only European concert this summer! With their muscular, fiery and melodic thrash they are absolute rulers of their genre. At the same time, a series of hits have made them idols to an extent unheard of among most of their riff-loving peers.

METZ/ CA

Ever feel a longing for really dirty and gritty guitar rock? Metz have heard your prayers. The Canadian trio is inspired by the most ear-bleeding guitar rock of the 90s. Since 2007 they have been refining their mayhem and finally in 2012 the self-titled debut record was ready. Of course Metz is released on Sub Pop, legendary original home of Nirvana. Metz aim to shake up their audience by the joy-inducing friction from guitars, bass and drums.

THE ROSKILDE-BOGOTÁ CONNECTION

MERIDIAN BROTHERS

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In a bubbling witch’s brew of sunshine and madness band leader Eblis Álvarez takes us into his

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Colombian music wiz Eblis Álvarez of Meri­ dian Brothers visits Roskilde Festival for the third time. He has played the festival with Jomi Massage and Frente Cumbiero earlier. The prolific Latino has also been involved with Ondatrópica.

BAND PRESENTATIONS | L-M

At some concerts singing along and bursting out in excitement seem just natural. This is the case in the company of The Lumineers. Their stompand-clap folk rock is conquering the world at the moment. And it’s no surprise that Marcus of Mumford & Sons has hailed The Lumineers a personal favourite.  Their self-titled debut was released last year and has along with a number of life-affirming concerts turned the band into shooting stars, not least due to their ode to love “Ho Hey”.

vision of Latin America. The crooked sounds are made out of lounge-like organs, seasick rhythms and steel brass. Latin king Tito Puente would recognise some of the tones – avant-garde pirates such as The Residents would recognise others, as would nutty composers such as Karlheinz Stockhausen.


MOKOOMBA/ ZW

Mokoomba, fronted by Mathias Muzaza’s lush voice, were raised in the small village of Victoria Falls as a part of the Tonga minority. Countries such as Zambia, Angola and South Africa were never that far away, though. Maybe here we find the explanation for their brew of Southern, African traditions filled to the brim with swaying hips, hand claps and festive brass.

MOTHER LEWINSKY/ DK

See Pavilion Junior band presentations, pp 38-41

BAND PRESENTATIONS | M-N

MIGUEL – PHOTO: TIMOTHY SACCENTI

MIGUEL/ US

R&B has been hijacked from glittery music videos and given back its heart and soul. Miguel is a womanizer and sexy MF with a weakness for female thighs and cleavage. At the same time he is a progressive musical mind that clearly wishes to continue the tradition of Marvin Gaye and Prince; complete with psychedelic rock arrangements and soulful song-writing.

Both rokia traoré and nubanour have won the Roskilde­Festival World Music Award.

MY BUBBA

MY BUBBA/ IS/SE

Though many of the catchy tracks of My Bubba have the same wooden colours as for example First Aid Kit, there is more than forest soil under the feet of the Swede and the Icelandic. “Fuck The Pain Away” by electro provocateur Peaches is among My Bubba’s favourite tracks to cover. Using acoustic guitar, harp and banjo the

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MYKKI BLANCO/ US

MØ/ DK

See Pavilion Junior band presentations, pp 38-41

THE NATIONAL/ US

When The National played Roskilde Festival in 2007, their emotional and mournful rock was still a well-kept secret among the chosen few. Their stock kept going up after this concert and a mutual, loving relationship between Denmark and the Brooklyn-based band emerged. In 2013 they take Roskilde Festival with a brand new record, Trouble Will Find Me, in their backpack.

NAVNELØS/ DK

See Pavilion Junior band presentations, pp 38-41

NAZORANAI/ INT

Japanese dark lord Keiji Haino has joined forces with Oren Ambarchi and Stephen O’Malley who has previously shrouded Roskilde in darkness with Sunn O))). Don’t expect a sunnier performance this time. Nazoranai takes you on a trip far into a mind where madness is screaming and the darkness is unending. Haino’s guitar sounds as if it was stringed with barbed wire and his madman vocals contribute to the nightmare.

NONSENS/ DK

See Apollo Countdown band presentations, pp 34-37

NUBANOUR

NUBANOUR/ EG

The Nubian tribes originally lived in Egypt and the Sudan close to their beloved river; the Nile. The famous body of water is the heart, pulse and soul of Nubanour’s music. Using their special tambourine-like frame drums as the core, the white-clad ensemble sings about the joys and sorrows of their people. The music of Nubanour has a droning, chant-like quality rooted in centuries of ordeal.

NUMBERS feat. RUSTIE, JACKMASTER, ONEMAN, SPENCER, DEADBOY, REDINHO and SOPHIE/ UK

Numbers is a fusion of three influential Glasgow labels. No genre barriers are to be found here. On this Roskilde tour de force we get techno, electro, hip hop, UK funky, dubstep – you name it. Numbers and their entourage attack the dogmas of electronic music in an irreverent manner. Still, you sense a strong veneration towards classics such as Daft Punk and Model 500.

OF MONSTERS AND MEN/ IS

Of Monsters and Men’s grandly orchestrated folk pop is loaded with hands-in-the-air joy of life, clapping of hands and wonderful sound of horns, and it has fallen right into the grace of an international audience. The five man collective of multiinstrumentalists fills the space of the stage with a feeling of community, which is the perfect match for the joyous crowd at a festival in the summer. 

BAND PRESENTATIONS | N-O

Michael David Quattlebaum Jr. attacks mainstream culture wearing full make-up and takes the stage as ’teenage female rapper’ Mykki Blanco. As flamboyant transvestite rapper he angers anyone who sees hip hop as a bastion for ‘real men’. On a bed of dirty electronica, Mykki Blanco offers a tour into the (very) alternative night life. A provocative show, which aims to sabotage the differences between man and woman, theatre and reality, punk and hip hop.


OM UNIT/ UK

BAND PRESENTATIONS | O-P

British DJ and producer Jim Coles thrives in the tangled landscape of electronic music. Genre labels only offer a vague definition here. The bass music of Om Unit draws on sources such as dubstep, instrumental hip hop and jungle. He also runs his own record label called Cosmic Bridge. Om Unit is placed on first row among innovators of London’s bass-heavy beats. 

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in the same vein with X-rated hip hop balanced with moments of catchy pop. The Dan­ish rap idol brings along brand-new super group F1rsteholdet as well as the Balkan brass band Opa Opa Orkestar.

OVERTHROW/ NO

See Pavilion Junior band presentations, pp 38-41

PARQUET COURTS

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PARQUET COURTS/ US

“The Fall meets Neil Young.” This is the way Parquet Courts described their own sound at one Mario Galeano from Colombia and Will Holland point. With a neat mixture of punk and indie rock from Great Britain have assembled a regular from both sides of the Atlantic these fellas have dream team to explore the tropical sounds their own sloppy way of playing crumpled guitar of Co­­lom­b ian music. The sunrock with itchy guitars queens of the stone age drenched mixture is full of acand febrile vocal rants. cordion, saxophone, congas Parquet Courts may very are huge turbonegro and piano. Younger musicians well end up as idols among fans and covered the add elements of dub and hip music lovers with a penchant hop while some of the most for the permanently crooked. song “Back to Dungaree skilled players from Latin High” on a tribute album music’s 70s heyday are PINKUNOIZU/ DK to the rowdy Norwegians. Copenhagen experimenters Pin­ playing as well. ku­n oizu’s inspirations and referORGI-E / KLAMFYR feat. F1RSTEHOLDET & ences flutter like a malfunctioning compass: A DK OPA OPA ORKESTAR/ moment in a lounge in Japan is followed by mass One of Danish hip hop’s big womanizers is back in a Catholic monastery which in turn is followed at Roskilde. Orgi-E aka Klamfyr is a proud son of by a trip down a mosquito-infested African river. Copenhagen’s slummy suburbia and also a memThis delirious mash of post punk, pop, jazz and ber of acclaimed Danish rap trio Suspekt. The krautrock has won the Danes recognition beyond dirty-mouthed rapper continues on his own national borders.

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PISSED JEANS/ US

Pissed Jeans brings you angry, noisy hardcore punk played by a bunch of everyday people, who know what it feels like to be standing on a rush hour train going home from a dead end job with a full bladder and empty stomach. Using crushing riffs and ritualistic destruction these Americans almost succeed in making it beautiful to be among those people who always seem to inadverdently pick the slow queue at the supermarket.

POSTILJONEN/ SE/NO

See Pavilion Junior band presentations, pp 38-41

TRAVELLING TENTS

The Canopy stage was once used by Rolling­ Stones, but it’s not the only one of the stages to have travelled around in good company. The Cosmopol stage was on tour with ­R adiohead in 1999-2000, where Sigur Rós by the way were the supporting act.

“I was raised on breast milk and Sade”. The quote is from Quadron singer Coco O. Sure enough the Danish duo is blessed with a flair for the creation of sexy satin soul and R&B. With a crisp and delicate sound the other half of Quadron, Robin Hannibal, is currently among the strongest and most successful producers and arrangers in Scandinavia. The Danes should have a new album out as you read this and are moving towards a more up-tempo version of the soft tones.

QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE/ US

Fans have longed for new material from these sought-after stone agers since 2007. According to front man Josh Homme himself, the new album … Like Clockwork seeks to “hold the horrible, lick the lunacy.” Queens of the Stone Age’s psychedelic heavy rock reeks of both cactus acid, sex and petrol. At the same time they have conquered the airwaves with hits that have made the band one of the most beloved rock groups of the 21st century.

KRISTINA RENÉE/ DK

See Pavilion Junior band presentations, pp 38-41

REWOLMER/ DK

See Apollo Countdown band presentations, pp 34-37

BAND PRESENTATIONS | P-R

PÄÄ KII/ FI

See Pavilion Junior band presentations, pp 38-41


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RIHANNA/ BB

With a stream of frequent albums Rihanna has planted her stilettos firmly at the top of the game when it comes to R&B, pop and hip hop. Rihanna’s charisma, sharp dance moves and long line of hits dominate a show filled with glamour, sex appeal and inescapable choruses. Her birth year is 1988. Nevertheless, Rihanna is already an experienced performer with a bountiful and varied song catalogue.

ROBEAT BOYS/ DK

See Apollo Countdown band presentations, pp 34-37

The awe-inspiring stanzas of Inger Christensen prompted Martin Ryum to put music to the words of the late poet. The guitarist and singer from the noise rock band Speaker Bite Me is back after a too long hiatus when he sits down at his piano to combine his interpretations of Christensen with songs from his first solo album Uden Garanti. Signe Høirup Wille-Jørgensen and Maria Laurette Friis make up the ensemble.

SAVAGES/ UK

Savages have won over a hungry audience through a batch of brutal shows. They are four girls on stage, playing raw post-punk with the same ferocious bite as Joy Division, Siouxsie and the Banshees and The Birthday Party when they gave birth to the genre. With determined ferocity Savages raise the black flags in 2013. 

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A legendary hardcore singer, actor, pacifist, comedian, and journalist … the list goes on. Henry Rollins has brought his toned physique, wide jawline and hyper active mind to most arenas of the world. At this year’s Roskilde Festival he will give no fewer than four performances in which he will demonstrate his brutal wit and political indignation. Enjoy an intelligent break from the music in the company of a great personality.

PUT THOSE PHONES AWAY, PEOPLE!

English post punkers Savages on the use of mobile phones during live shows: “Our goal is to discover better ways of living and experiencing music. We believe that the use of phones during a gig prevents all of us from totally immersing ourselves.”

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SCHULTZ & FOREVER/ DK

See Pavilion Junior band presentations, pp 38-41

SEKUOIA/ DK

See Apollo Countdown band presentations, pp 34-37

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SIMIAN MOBILE DISCO/ UK

Since the beginning of the new millennium, James Ford and Jas Shaw have combined It was the handiwork of dance-friendly club music, ­simian mobile disco’s precur- experimental techno and bangers featuring sor, Simian along with french pop celebrities joining in electro rockers Justice. on the chorus. Simian Mobile Disco used to be a (kind of) rock group called Simian. Gradually, however, the disco version came to rule the show and fill the dance floors. On their latest album Unpatterns  Simian Mobile Disco have toned down the guest vocalists and serve up a purer distillation of techno, acid house and bass.

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One of the world’s most ethereal and delicate rock bands find their symphonic future rock in an air-void space, otherwise only accessed by astronauts and abstract painters. The unmistakable Icelandic mixture of sad angelic singing, big reverb and profound organ sounds is more delicate than newly fallen snow. The joy and redemption is even greater when Remember the 2007 smash front man Jónsi now and again rocks out hit “We Are Your Friends”? on his electric guitar.


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SLIPKNOT/ US

Almost 15 years after their debut album, Slipknot has become one of the world’s greatest metal bands – on a par with much older icons. With a series of raging metal albums and unforgettable stage shows, they have conquered the central spot in the blood-stained kings’ court. The grotesque, masked vigilantes take the audience on a journey to hell’s burning ravines where all members commit themselves 101% in the service of doom.

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THE SOUL REBELS/ US

Their musical origin is the horn music played at funeral marches in New Orleans and they play a mix between this traditional music and soul, funk, jazz and hip-hop. These gentlemen also separate from more traditional brass bands by often letting vocals accompany the glistening notes. The Soul Rebels stir the generic gumbo while the soul rebels have syncopes sputter, flash and writhe occasionally been through the sparkle of trombones and tubas.

joined onstage by ­metallica, covering the rock legends’ own “Seek and Destroy”.

“I’m an old-school songwriter who happens to love electronic instruments.” This is Sohn’s description of himself. His lonely version of electronica has quickly become a minor sensation on the Internet. Unlike many of his pc-based producer colleagues he sings over the edited, often mindblowingly beautiful productions. It gives the music an intimate, organic and almost R&B-like or soul-like feel.

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The bewitched trance of Andy Stott takes you to a room, where every inch is more compact than an atomic bomb. The Brit specialises in dubstep, minimal techno and electronica. Often you can sense the bass more than hear it, the black-hearted beats are mildly worrying but also seemingly beyond gravity like the beautiful gymnast that graces the cover of breakthrough album Luxury Problems.

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SUICIDAL TENDENCIES — PHOTO: PEP WILLIAMS

SUICIDAL TENDENCIES/ US

2013 is set to be a special year for front man Mike Muir (aka Cyco Mico) and his entourage. The album 13 is the first in as many years and includes – you guessed it – 13 searing tracks which all demonstrate why Suicidal Tendencies is an institution. Whether you enjoy hardcore, thrash metal or skate punk, you have to experience tracks like “Institutionalized” and “I Saw Your Mommy” live before you hang up your sneakers for good.

SUMMER HEART/ SE

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In spite of the heavy electronic touch on their albums, they are primarily a rock band of the bold and adventurous kind with a penchant for jamming themselves into a cloud of electronica, krautrock and post-rock.

With muscular riffs and a tight rhythm section, The Sword have become one of the most consistent heavy metal bands these days. Fans of both sludge and stoner metal bands of recent times and worshippers of Black Sabbath are left in good hands with The Sword. These hard rockers from Austin, Texas have a tight grip on the virtues of classic hard rock.

SYND OG SKAM/ DK

Danish punk orchestra Synd Og Skam has arrived like a morning breeze. With pure poetry in Danish and semi-improvised post-punk, the Danes stir a very touching mélange of genres which is utterly dedicated to their own highly crooked vision of music and life. Synd Og Skam, ladies and gentlemen, an imaginative, cryptic and very beautiful encounter.

Canada’s ability to spawn origiEvery real metal band nal alternative bands seldom SÖNDÖRGŐ/ HU lets the country down. Suuns are should have its own The music of the Roma people the experimental types; imagdoes not have to be played by beer like the sword’s horn ensembles. Söndörgő ine Radiohead born and raised in Montreal instead of Oxford. Iron Swan Ale. have had their breakthrough


on the European roots-scene with a teeming concoction of harmonies from the southern Slavic regions, inspiringly transplanted to the band’s home north of Budapest. The lively music is played and performed almost solely on the tambura; a regional stringed instrument whose potential is milked to the last drop.

TALBOT/ EE

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THROES + THE SHINE/ AO/PT

Throes + The Shine have called their debut album Rockuduro, and the title offers a good description of a brand new music genre: a surprising rendezvous between alternative guitar rock and kuduro, the up-tempo dance music of Angola. This double band is a fully organic mash-up introducing the song and rap of kuduro on top of guitar tones and drums from bearded indie kids. Throes + The Shine may be one of the first African-sounding dance bands to appear naturally along with American acts like Battles and Health, as they’ve done in the past.

TORKELSEN/ NO

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ROKIA TRAORÉ/ ML

She pays her third visit to Roskilde Festival this year. Her new album is called Beautiful Africa and is produced by regular PJ Harvey wingman John Parish. Rokia Traoré uses West African traditions as a stepping stone, but her live shows first and foremost embody the funky and electric Africa. You can also tell that the diplomat’s daughter has listened to music from all over the globe throughout her life.

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She is among Denmark’s famous singing voices due to her past in the internationally renowned Danish band Blue Foundation. And now Kirstine Stubbe Teglbjærg has gotten a taste for the stage once again. For the first time, Teglbjærg sings in Danish. The music is more organic than before, and Teglbjærg alternates between poetic, sensuous and aggressive moods. Here’s to an illustrious chanteuse coming home.

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He may be the hottest new Icelandic act right now, but Ásgeir Trausti’s songs are also well on their way to reach the world outside the volcanic island. The classically trained talent’s music is based on naked, beautiful songs, written and played on his acoustic guitar and spiced up with electronic features. The band version of the concerts includes musicians who normally play in his older brother’s reggae band Hjálmar.

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They call themselves the heaviest duo on Earth. Using only bass, drums and some keyboards Talbot breaks down the gates to the underworld allowing a maelstrom of black matter to engulf you, the innocent and curious music lover. There are no guitars to be found anywhere. The two Estonians set new standards for the genre of doom metal making it more remorseless and steaming cold than even the Baltic Sea.

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TREMORO TARANTURA/ NO

Tremoro Tarantura play their music “on location” and never enter a studio. As a consequence they are led on their journey into the storm of noise and avant-garde rock music by any impressions or ideas that may come to them. We can expect a cacophony of sound. According to one source the Norwegians find their inspiration from acts such as AC/DC, the harsh composer Penderecki and the velvety Frenchman Serge Gainsbourg.

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TRULS/ NO

Truls Heggero has changed lanes and decided to give urban, glittery pop music a try. The celebrated songwriter, vocalist and composer won the appraisal of the audience working with Lukestar. Back then, the Norwegian falsetto towered above guitar-laden power pop with a Nordic feel. As of now the guitar strings are less prominent and replaced by booty shaking electronic pop and soul.

TYRANNY/ FI

Funeral doom is an extreme metal subgenre, in which everything sounds like it is played in slow motion. The music marches like a funeral procession towards annihilation. The Finnish duo Tyranny is one of the strongest line-ups in the genre. Their extremely prolonged mini-symphonies depict the human race from the icy cold perspective of eternity. Tyranny’s vocals are dragged from the blackest reaches of cosmos, the guitar riffs and minor keyed keyboards drags the music to the limit of imagination without stalling the dark march completely.

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will send it back where it belongs: into the arms of the Devil himself.

The denim demons of Turbonegro are back at Ros­ kilde for the first time since 2005. A new lead singer has joined the band and the barks of Tony Sylvester have given the Norwegians a fresh shot of punk in the jugular. Rarely has garage rock with devil’s horns and a permanent hard-on been played better than by this pack of crazed dogs. With whiplash guitar solos and flavours of booze and kinky sex Turbonegro are set to save rock music and they

With a mixture of darkly psychedelic hard rock and heavy metal, Uncle Acid & the deadbeats have gathered what is practically a small cult around their name. There is a hefty groove behind the zip of the leather trousers and the boys from Cambridge seem inspired by gory horror flicks, Charles Manson and their old Alice Cooper and Black Sabbath vinyls. Uncle Acid & the deadbeats will be a revelation for everybody with a penchant for memorable melodies and nostalgic fuzz guitars.

UNKNOWN MORTAL ORCHESTRA/ NZ/US

The poppy acid rock songs of Ruban Nielson made the world want a piece of him, before his


sugar cubes were even ready for consumption. This year’s follow-up album II has just arrived. Despite darker lyrics, it carries on with musical sunshine, laid-back nonchalance and heart-warming melodies. Unknown Mortal Orchestra gazes reverently at late The Beatles and early Pink Floyd, and the acid trip also has a vibe reminiscent of a young Beck.

URBAN CONE/ SE

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VATICAN SHADOW/ US

Dominick Fernow (aka Prurient) focuses on the war on terror with his Vatican Shadow project. With electronic loops he takes us into a world of Islamic uprising, military build-up and blooddripping partisan warfare. The American’s disturbing electro is dark, dystopian and industrial – yet, the whole universe is recognisable from the news channels’ relentless broadcast.

Like Batman or Banksy,  Z lives in the shadows and makes the imagination work overtime. The mysterious individual paved the way for perhaps the first musical genre born exclusively on the Internet: Trap is a wild mix of digital bass, dubstep and house. The cartoon-like music has been raised in the schizophrenic greenhouses of YouTube and Soundcloud.

MARCOS VALLE feat. LUCAS SANTTANA/ BR

Since 1963, Marcos Valle has been a pioneer of Brazilian music. He combines Western pop music, soul and jazz with bossa nova and other genres bursting with vitamin D. With his gentle, conversing voice he makes the snug music glow with wellbeing and ease. Underneath, however, there is also a political bite. The cosy music with its breezy flutes, groovy guitars, Hammond organ and jazzy electric piano reveals its claws through the lyrics.

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VINNIE WHO/ DK

You have to be made of stone to not want a pair of golden shoes, a suit and plenty of hair gel when Vinnie Who takes the stage with copious amounts of synth and soprano vocals. Niels Bagge keeps drawing fresh souls towards the twinkling light of the mirror ball, where good melodies and delicate movements of the hip just keep going. An uncompromising will to make intelligent disco has earned Vinnie Who the title of funky pop prince of Denmark.

BLOOD LUST AMONG VINYL HUNTERS

First press editions of Blood Lust – Uncle Acid & the deadbeats’ breakthrough record – is already a collector’s item worth approx. £700. Not too shabby for a vinyl from 2011!

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VOLBEAT/ DK

Rock, roll and metal in perfect harmony has been the foundation that has helped Volbeat all the way to the top. On an unparalleled ride towards the top of the metal scene, the lads have developed a unique blend of melodic stadium heavy rock packed as tight as a bale of straw with equal parts power and hit potential. In 2013, Volbeat will make an impact again. A new, galloping rock album was released this spring.

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VOODOO GLOW SKULLS/ US

WHEN SAINTS GO MACHINE/ DK

Flamboyant When Saints Go Machine opened Orange Stage in 2010 with their velvety electronic pop. International music media have also taken note of the Copenhagen dandies fronted by the incomparably versatile singer Nikolaj Vonsild. Their impressionistic sound is permeated by a desire to experiment. Yet, the melodies and delicately swaying hips are never abandoned. And  the towering ambition has not been lowered on the new album, Infinity Pool. When Saints Go Machine continue to win over new fans both among audiences and critics. An elegant swan with neatly painted feathers.

“Shoot the Moon” Voodoo Glow Skulls proclaim in one of their classic songs. The style-defining collective has aimed for the sky since 1988. Their MATTHEW E. WHITE/ US songs roar along in a fiery hurricane of punk, ska On his breakthrough album Big Inner Matthew E. and trombones – like Bad Religion, Sick Of It All and White mixes soul, jazzy soft rock and folk in a way The Specials rolled into one pumped up orchestra. that makes listening to the record feel like having Using political aggression, humour and the charyour bones warmed by the sun. Matthew E. White acteristically Californian mixture of Spanish and transfers the album to the stage accompanied by English, Voodoo Glow Skulls has showed no intenthe heavily armed Spacebomb. The young master tion of slowing down despite and his backing band will make sure “Who do voodoo? a 25-year long career. to hit you squarely in the softest We do! Fuck You!” part of your solar plexus with every trembling tone.

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JONATHAN WILSON/ US

If Jonathan Wilson’s autumn-coloured Californian rock songs don’t sound like the work of a debutant it may be due to the fact that he moonlights as a session musician for legends such as Jackson Browne and Robbie Robertson of The Band. Jona­ than Wilson’s psychedelic songs combine country, folk and rock with a scent of Laurel Canyon, 1968. At the same time, you can tell that this artist was born in the 70s. Wilson is a contemporary songwriter who deserves to be mentioned alongside Bon Iver and Midlake.

heard a majestic soul voice. Now, against all odds this titan of the golden era takes the stage on his own, bringing his first solo record for the last 18 years with him. The Bravest Man In The Universe combines vintage soul and contemporary British sounds.

WOODLANDS/ SE

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performed with artists like Sam Cooke, Wilson Pickett and Elvis Presley.

RESIDENT DJ’s FILL THE GAPS

A selection of DJ’s play between some of the scheduled shows/artists at Apollo Countdown, Apollo and Cosmopol. BOBBY WOMACK

BOBBY WOMACK/ US

He was ready to abandon music, but Gorillaz persuaded him to sing on Plastic Beach as well as on our Orange Stage in 2010. Everyone present

Apollo Countdown Graded, Rita Blue Apollo 2000F & MC JG, Kasper Bjørke, Waqar Cosmopol DJ Large, Thykier Urbanworld

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Three talented musicians cover new ground. And it’s all lovely forest soil. Woodlands is more or less a regular Swedish super group , as the band features members from First Floor Power, The Plan and Komeda. And charismatic vocalist Sara Wilson SE WINTERGATAN/ finally gets to take the centre of the spotlight. With Listening to Wintergatan is like taking a trip into the the trio’s offbeat, happy-go-lucky, somewhat melworld of a shimmering music box with a bunch of ancholy folk rock, this crystal clear voice has found mainly electronic musicians as guides. Wintergatan the perfect musical backdrop on which to unfurl. displays a flair for poetic sound imLook forward to ages not unlike those of Frenchman bobby womack wrote Rolling rustic Americana Yann Tiersen. Barrel organ-esque with a touch of arStones’ first hit “It’s All Over tones dominate the innocent and chetypical Swedish Now” in 1964. He has also mildly mournful soundscapes. innocence.

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We have asked the American artist Ron English to decorate the grandstand wall by Orange Stage this year. Since the 80s Ron English has created murals and billboards, among other things, using his brand of surreal p(r)opaganda art,

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Do words make you high or are you hankering for great texts? Get you daily word fix at Forfatterskabet 1-4 July from 11:00-15:30 at Domen in Dream City. Every day you can get the following hits: Forfattertimen, Ord der Spiller, Hvedekorn, Ung Kunst, Rokokoposten and Ordbingo. Meet Julia Butschkow, Peter Adolpsen, Morten Søndergaard and Mette Moestrup, among others. See the full programme at Forfatterskabet’s Facebook page and follow them on Twitter (@forfatterskabet). At Domen you can also experience Zetland Live. Zetland is an innovative journalistic company that presents stories from reality in surprising frameworks and formats, and Zetland Live is Denmark’s first live magazine. Each edition is enacted only once and is journalism in the moment – an explo-


sion of stories from the real world communicated through music, words, pictures and much more. Zetland believes that the future belongs to the curious – are you one of them?

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CONSTRUCTION ART FROM YOUR WILDEST DREAMS

sunday 30 june – wednesday 3 july 10:30 – 17:00 instrument workshop thursday 4 july – saturday 6 july 10:30 – 15:00  costume and mask workshop sunday 7 july 10:30 – 15:00 free your imagination and play

Don’t miss the 72-hour construction competition in Dream City. Come and see how five teams with a mission, a pile of materials and tools draw, design, create and build different installations in Dream City in the space of 72 hours. You can experience 72 Hours Urban Action from the evening of Sunday UNDERGROUND FOR ALL 30 June to the evening of Wednesday 3 July. Feel Is there a graffiti artist hidden somewhere inside free to contribute with your own input, as it might you or would you just like to try your hand at urjust be you who knows exactly what Dream City is ban underground art? If so, join in the free graffiti missing. The whole thing is workshops in Dream City on 30 June Remember to use and – 3 July or in Graffiti Zone on the rounded off with a party and prize ceremony on Wednesfollow the hashtag inner festival site on 4 July – 7 day night. July. Spray cans, walls and good #rf13arts on twitter,­ advice are at your disposal. Even empty beer cans are valuable ­instagram and vine. when the German architect group umschichten builds a cathedral of beer cans – and DON’T MISS OUT ON ANYTHING you can join in and help! Meet the wild performers Jeremy Wade and Miguel Gutierrez dressed Stay updated on the entire Arts & Creation in costumes by Michiel Keuper and Anne Sophie programme with the official Roskilde FestiMalmberg who in their Maximum Service performval app. Download it from App Store, Android ances kick-starts everything from morning walks, Market, Windows Phone Store or by texting cuddling and snuggling workshops and campfire RF APP to 1204. sing-a-longs in the Church of Beer in Dream City.

ARTS and CREATION

In camping area P (P51) we are playing with trash. The Spanish artist group Basurama will give you the possibility to see and think trash in a different, fun and creative way. Join a Trash Safari, play trash basketball and catapult your trash into the heart of the interactive installation Whirlpool of Waste. You can also take part in different workshops or see the trash parade daily between 11:00-15:00.


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RUSSIAN PROVOCATEUR ACTIVISTS

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Dorit Chrysler visits the festival this year with her fantastic and melancholy theremin, an instrument you play without touching. The flamboyant multiinstrumentalist and singer-songwriter Baby Dee joins her. You can also make the acquaintance of The Nielsen Sisters, Tantra clap, Florinn B., SIMULACRUM and Anna Petri feat. Diana T. Møller.

You have probably heard of the imprisoned Russian activists Pussy Riot. Now you can meet the mother group VOINA. We have invited them and given them free reins to do and say what they want where they want. The activists are forceful and full of humour, but focus on important issues such as human rights, political imprisonment, surveillance, and minority rights. Expect activism, demonstration, provocation and performance out of the ordinary, which will certainly overstep your boundaries and challenge your points of view.

WHERE TO FIND THE VELVET STATE

You can’t miss The Velvet State. It’s 7 metres high and visible from a long way off. You will find The Velvet State in Art Zone left of ­Orange Stage.

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try point to an alternative, dreamy and magical parallel universe at Roskilde Festival. It is made in collaboration between the performance groups Fiction Pimps (DK) and Collective Unconscious (UK), and staged in a a structure built for the occasion by SHJWorks. More than 30 performers will occupy The Velvet State and make you face pure sensuality in the Twin Peaks-inspired rooms. In the dark you will meet The Body, The Creature, The Fetishist, The Killer and a glittering geisha, or maybe they will meet you? They will all make you challenge and explore your own and other’s bodies and boundaries.

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Roskilde Festival 2013 already on 16 March when Dream City opened, and since then the participants have developed, built and prepared their camps, projects and activities. Dream City is the area of Roskilde Festival where the audience create and build their camps or projects just the way they want. There are no restrictions to what can be created in Dream City. As long as it is safe, your imagination sets the limit. In May you could build an alternative and sustainable home at The Happy Mountain, where there is room for 100 people. Never before has it been possible for a participant in Roskilde Festival to build a wooden home. Stop by and enjoy the view – The Happy Mountain also doubles as a look-out point over the festival.

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Rent bicycles at SygCykelBy in H37, participate in themed music and film evenings at Piratfisken in H40 or visit the only tent which is officially Danish cultural heritage at UFO-Aage camp in H87. In H51 you can jump into the swimming pool or swing by Camp Unicorny in H34 and experience the diversity and multifaceted expressions of the LGBTQ scene. If you love metal then drop by Blast Beast Metal Camp in H43 where you can even pitch your own tent in the pentagon-shaped camp.

BUILD YOUR OWN FESTIVAL

You can also run away and become a circus artist in H71, play custom location games from Germany in H47, participate actively in live animation, stop motion and much more at Recreational Artcorner in H72. Make an iPhone dock out of bamboo or other DIY projects at the creative workshops in H48 or drop by Camp Kluddermor in H38 where you can build inexpensive and energy-friendly sound and lighting systems. See the doctor at Læger Uden Skrupler in H59 or have your boombox repaired at F.A.S.T. Anlægsservice. Here you can also donate broken electronics to the recycling centre on Sunday July 7 and Monday July 8.

MEET UP IN DOMEN

Domen is the natural gathering point for the cultural activities in Dream City. Zet­l and Live, Forfatterskabet and an audience-controlled interactive lightning installation in the evenings, are just some of the highlights here.


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The party starts at Street City where you can experience world class performers from the international ramps and bowls, among others, the world’s best vert inliner Eito Yasutoko (JP), Eduard Zunda (LV) with a world class BMX show, Adrian Malmberg (SE) and Markus Reuss (DE), vert and bowl riders Sam Beckett (GB) and Alex Perelson (US), the legendary vert rider Neal Hendrix (US) and the crazy street rider Braydon Szafranski (US). Also stop by and check out the Bowl Days final where some of the wildest bowl riders battle it out for best of Denmark.

your creativity loose at workshops with Street­ heart and bring colour to Street City Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Learn skating basics when experienced teachers from AFUK and Copenhagen Skatepark teach you how to tame a skateboard on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Or join in when the street dance groups Gully Grinders and Colourblind Company introduce you to hip hop, dancehall, break dance and house! Wednesday the workshop culminates in a professional dance battle.

MUSIC

Every evening has its own theme in Street City. On Sunday we prove that punk is not dead with Halshug (DK) and a DJ session. Monday we dance to music from the tropics with Benjamin Kissi (DK) and the music collective Yo Fok. Tuesday trap and hip-hop battle it out in III Street Sessions after a wam- Benal’s (DK) bass driven hip hop beats. Wednesday night we present reggae and dancehall with Ukendt Kunstner (DK) and the new stars of Copenhagen’s turntables Flex and DJ Youngblood.

RESIDENT DJ’s

A selection of DJ’s play during the various events at Street City including DJ Typhoon, DJ Kaalhoved, DJ Disaster, Simon Dokkedal, Heidi Olsen, Kasper Voltzmann, Lasse Ballade, Lasse Lautrup, Thomas Skou, Dennis Bøg and Frederik Dufva.

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Football enthusiasts have gathered to kick off the women’s football tournament Sensational Street Soccer in Game City. With a uniquely designed football to speed up the game and decrease the amount of injuries, teams of 5-8 girls are fighting to win the title as the best Street Soccer Team. The tournament is only for girls, but boys are welcome to cheer – and will be rewarded if they are good.

GAME CITY

SPLINX APP

The Splinx app makes it easy for you to arrange contests with your friends and share pictures and results online. By signing up for the different activities you find in Game City you can stay updated on changes and new initiatives and quickly set up the next contest with your friends.

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In collaboration with Splinx GAM3 organises a multitude of activities in Game City. You can compete in anything from foot tennis, beer pong to skipping, beer bowling and oneon-one cage football in an octagonal pitch.


enjoy classic arcade games If pixels are more your thing you can try your hand at some classic games in Chas­sis Arcade. There are almost unlimited possibilities to whip your friends in a quick contest.

PINGOUT, CHAMPONG and SLACKLINE

Who will be champ of the camp 2013? Every day during the warm-up period there is Pingpong chill-out at Game City where we arrange small tournaments with big winners. Monday and Wednesday at 12:00 you can also try champong. try on innovative gaming experiences Your fine motor skills will be put to the test with At Die Gute Fabrik Playground a mix of table tennis and champagne, you can play computer games Enjoy classic arcade blurring the boundaries between with your friends as you have games at chassis sports tournament and party. never experienced it before. arcade or try on Among other things, you can Is your strength balance rather play a game where you control than fine motor skills, then the die gute fabrik’s your character by jumping on a great slack line battle is for innovative gaming trampoline or you can attempt to beat you. The battle takes place your friends at computer pole vaulting. Wednesday at 14:00, but all ­experiences. week instructors are ready climb up and kiss the sky to show you new tricks and help beginners get Not tired yet? Then you must make an attempt on on the line. The lines are up 10:00-21:00 on the Klatreskovens Boulder Island and find how good warm-up days and 12:00-16:00 Thursday-Sunday. your climbing skills are! The island features different levels of difficulty with which you can challenge TREASURE HUNT yourself, and you won’t need any safety equipment Monday to Wednesday from 11:00 to 16:00 Roskil­ in case your arms or legs give way, as the landing de Festival organizes a giant treasure hunt that on the thick floor of wood chips is soft. takes you around some of the activities in the camping area. If you have the craziest or most verchill out in boardgamers’ lounge satile camp at Roskilde Festival you should join up! After your climbing adventure it’s time for a wellearned rest in Boardgamers’ Lounge. Play backGather 10 of your friends, find a team name and gammon or one of the other classic – or maybe sign up by texting RF HUNT to 1204. If you are uscompletely new – games on offer. If you are unsure ing a foreign telephone operator, send the text to of the rules the hosts of Boardgamers’ Lounge are (+45) 4240 9019 . Hundreds of camps compete in at hand to help you out. So roll the dice and chill. creativity, cunningness, dexterity and dorkyness. Costumes and charm are highly recommended! try your luck and win at bingo The Treasure hunt takes place in different locations There is more along the classic game vein. At each day, beginning Monday July 1 in Game City. Roskilde Festival’s bingo game you get to play without being the youngest of the participants. Bring along your lucky charm and play with us at DOWNLOAD THE SPLINX APP HERE Game City on all warm up days. Maybe you’ll walk Splinx is available for away with one of our many great prizes. iPhone and Android phones. Download it from App Store, Google Play or by scanning this QR code.

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This year Cinema City will be a synergy of important and well-known players from the Danish film business, right from the growth layer represented by The National Film School of Denmark, The European Film College and Super16 – and up to the real heavyweights such as Zentropa, Nimbus Film, CPH:PIX, CPH:DOX and Nordisk Film Biografer. CPH:PIX & CPH:DOX have chosen films of the highest calibre for Cinema City. Every night we will show films on an outdoor screen from 21:30 – 02:00, and it will be an explosion of action, horror, contemplation, lots of show and aesthetic ambitions. Nordisk Film Biografer promise high entertainment value when they schedule the screen Monday evening, and Roskilde Backstage invites you to artist talks with bands from the line up, and films that take you behind the music. You will find Cinema City in area N in Camping East.

THE ABCs OF DEATH

Here are 26 short horror movies, one for each of the letters in the alphabet, directed by 26 of the most talented, experimental and boundary-pushing genre directors at the moment. They were all instructed to stick to just two dogmas: stay on budget and stay within the law. Other than that everything is possible. The result is everything from beautiful experimental film to horrific gore, and all conceivable combinations of taste and total lack thereof. PHO

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THE ACT OF KILLING

When the military seized power in Indonesia in the 1960s the mass murderers won and a million people were killed. Forty years later the killers stage their own deeds in technicolor film fantasies.

A documentary tour de force on a three-masted schooner full of artists, scientists and ambitions that reach to the sky, which sets sail for the end of the world on an epic and very entertaining journey full of surprises. The encounter with far-off parts of our world confronts us with great existential mysteries.

EFTERKLANG: THE GHOST OF PIRAMIDA

The Danish band Efterklang lands on the shore of Svalbard by the abandoned Russian mining town Piramida in order to record the melancholy atmosphere of the place as sound bites for their latest record of the same name. It is a beautiful and soulful film, and it will be introduced by Efter­ klang and the director. Presented in collaboration with Roskilde Backstage.

HOLY MOTORS

HOLY MOTORS

A web of surreal storylines is spun

Director Werner Herzog together from the backseat of a in this mysterious and has said about the act of limousine out-of-control fable about a killing, that he has not shape-shifting artist’s journey “...seen a film this strong, through Paris until the end of the night. Holy Motors actualsurreal, and frightening ly realises the ideal that on film anything is possible. in at least 10 years.”

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DJANGO UNCHAINED

Set in the South two years before the Civil War, Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained stars Jamie Foxx as Django, a slave whose brutal history with his former owners land him face-to-face with German-born bounty hunter Dr. King Schultz. Schultz is on the trail of the murderous Brittle Brothers, and only Django can lead him to his bounty.

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THE IMPOSTER

This is the deeply shocking but true story about the doppelganger Frédéric Bourdin, which is unfolded with masterly skill in this sensational docu-thriller. A Texan family of a missing boy took in a man in 1994 that they wished to believe was their son. But who was he really? And how much did the family know?

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KIDD LIFE

The small village of Denmark is awash with great music videos. Aspiring di­rectors from across the coun­t ry have submitted their contributions and from them we have compiled a programme of this year’s most interesting Danish music videos. The result is lots of new music and acute visual narratives that dare to stir things up.

LEVIATHAN

This story about the notorious Nordvest neighbourhood of Copenhagen is a hard-boiled gangster drama. The 18-year-old delinquent Casper, played brilliantly by Gustav Dyekjær Giese, bumps into the biker and pimp Bjørn and through him sees an opportunity to rise through the ranks. But no one can run from their past in Nordvest.

Kidd went from total anonymity to rapper of nationwide fame overnight. Kidd Life follows this journey from day 1, where “Kysset med Jamel” only had 9 hits on YouTube, through several ups and downs, and until today where a hardened Kidd is struggling with the hangover that has come with a year and a half of drinking and partying.

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ness with an abundance of boy scouts in khaki and dysfunctional families. A lovely and summerly trip down memory lane to the 60s New England where young lovers must fight a rough battle for love.

The midnight movie from hell. Leviathan nothing less than raises the bar for what film as a medium can do. It was filmed during a night-time sail on an American fishing boat, and is brutal as a heavy metal concert, grotesque as all the biblical plagues rolled into one, and almost comical in its physical intensity. You have been warned!

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Edward Norton in knee stockings and Bruce Willis in uniform and comb-over. Wes Anderson creates universes with actors from the top drawer and in Moonrise Kingdom everyone joins in the crazi-

It’s gothic horror all the way when the disturbing roots of fascism are explored in an incredibly dark and disquieting allegory written by the man behind the Spanish genre busting Rec. And of course a certain spiritual solidarity with the neo classics Pan’s Labyrinth and The Orphanage can also be felt.


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STOKER

In the wake of her father’s death, the young heiress India follows the trail of her charming uncle and his murderous tendencies. This is the first English-language film from the hyped South Korean director Park Chan-wook, and it continues along the vein of the successes Oldboy and Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance, without a trace of selling out.

SIGHTSEERS

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THIS AIN’T CALIFORNIA

Not only did they as children build their own skateboards, invent their own tricks and film it all on 8mm film; they did it in the DDR the middle of the 1980s without knowing much about what was going on in the world west of the wall. This is freedom fighting in the name of the everlasting party, documented by the young rebels themselves.

YOUTUBE BATTLE

The rules are simple: show the best YouTube video and win the love of the audience! The video that SOUND CITY gets the most applause wins. Eight teams take The history of Sound City and their huge recordthe stage in a battle that unfolds on the boundary ing device; exploring how digital of good style and bad change has allowed ‘people that If Queens of the Stone Age taste. Enter by emailing have no place’ in music to beyoutube@cphdox.dk! or Black Rebel Motorcycle come stars. It follows former Nirvana drummer and Foo Club are among your mustFighter David Grohl as he atsees this year, be sure to tempts to resurrect the studio back to former glories. check out sound city. SOUND CITY

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Take a bizarre and murderous road trip through some of the most boring tourist attractions in England with the couple Tina and Chris, who leave a trail of death in the wake of their caravan. It’s a black social realist serial killer-comedy about the convenient truth that all people are really just idiots who need to be set straight.


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You will also have the possibility to put your own skills as a filmmaker to the test when The National Film School of Denmark, The European Film College and Super16 continuously produce short films in which they want you to co-star. Star in Cinema City’s film What is your greatest dream? that will be created from recordings, or “confessions”, done by you on your smart phone. The talented and creative people from the film academies will edit all your film clips into a succession of beautiful, quirky, lyrical films that will be shown at Cinema City during the week.

Upload a film clip to your own Dropbox or iCloud where you tell us about your greatest, wildest or most secret dream and what is standing in its way. Send a link to your recording to: cinemaklip@ europeanfilmcollege.com, or deliver it to the film academies’ area at Cinema City between 12:00 and 15:00. Bring your camera/smart phone and preferably also a cable for data transfer.


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You can also take part in Zentropa’s Film Fight, where every day, in finest Dogme tradition, you will be presented with several quirky and funny trip-ups as the inspiration for you to create small film clips. If words are more your thing, then take part in Nimbus Film’s manuscript competition, where the best script will win a film crew to produce the film during the festival. The best films from both categories will be shown as preludes to the evening’s feature films.

QUIZ FOR THE FILM BUFFS

It’s not all about lounging around with popcorn and coke at Cinema City. Bring you best camp buddies and join us when Nimbus Film get their quiz on and let you battle it out with other camps in film trivia. There are preliminary rounds daily from 12:00 – 18:00, and the finals are on Saturday 6 July at 18:00 where we crown the winning quiz team who will be rewarded with a ticket to Roskilde Festival 2014. Every day there will be fun activities such as hangover TV with Zentropa, yoga, and artist talks with interesting film and music personalities from 16:00.

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We have created an area of wellness with a natural flow that nurses you in your sometimes hectic festival life. Jump into the heated Finnish tubs and then head over to the Chill Out Town cabins with views of the lake, or lounge around in a hammock at Hammock Farm where you can find sun, shade or shelter under the palm leaves.

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SWIMMING LAKE

Dive into our very own swimming lake at Relax City. There is free access to the lake for all festival participants, as long as you’re not affected by drugs or alcohol. There will be life guards present. Remember that Mother Nature, unlike your own mother, doesn’t like soap and shampoo, so please only use these in the showers and not in the lake.

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Relax in the shade in Solkampagnen’s sun lounge and get good advice on how to take care of yourself and your skin in the sun. You can also build your own sun lounge out of old boat sails, take a dip in the swimming lake or swim out to the floating barge where you can experience the wonders of mindfulness. You can join in on the daily yoga sessions and exercises for the body. Or you can simply hang out in the bar Waves on Shore Café where you will find freshly roasted coffee every day.


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THE GROUP — IMPROVISERS ASSOCIATED WITH EFTERKLANG

The Group is an experimental platform formed by Efterklang’s Casper Clausen, frequent Efterklang collaborator Peter Broderick, English composer Greg Haines, Francesco Donadello from Italy and Martyn Heyne from Germany. They will perform during the first days of the festival in an informal and completely improvised way inspired by intuition and the surroundings – the music has no style as such and anything can happen.

DJ’S FROM BENELUX ROAM THE SITE

During the early days of the festival, vinyl-digging DJ collective Radio Martiko from Ghent and Amsterdam will be let loose on the site to pop up. The guys blend a brew of soul, jazz, rhythm ‘n’ blues, rock ‘n’ roll, 60s beat, oriental and tropical music.

ROSKILDE RISING and MUSICAL EXPERIENCES IN STREET CITY

Several of the Roskilde Rising bands will roam the festival and do impromptu pop-up concerts, karaoke sessions, DJ sets and other exciting stuff along the way. See the chapter on Roskilde Rising on page 32. Street City also treats you to several musical nuggets, among others DJ sessions rap battles and live concerts with Danish acts Ponyblod, Jøden, Mark vs. Spirited Sage, Halshug, Benjamin Kissi, Benal and Ukendt Kunstner. See the schedule on page 85.

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FRANK FAIRFIELD

Americana artist Frank Fairfield (also performing at Gloria) can be experienced at Roskilde Festival already from the first days of the festival. You can meet the troubadour in Sonic Zone, ready to serve his rustic cocktail of folk songs.

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GET A HEADSTART WITH HENRY ROLLINS

In addition to the three shows, Henry Rollins gives on the festival, the punk legend and political thinker will also perform at Street City Thursday 4 July 17:00.

GET INSTRUMENTAL WITH 4SOUND

Buy your instruments in 4Sound’s Festival Shop, which is open daily from Sunday 30 June 15:00. You can also try the innovative computer game Rocksmith, in which you learn to play guitar while gaming. In 4Sound DemoLab, you can get a free recording session on professional gear assisted by a technician. You can book your one-hour slot every morning from 10:00.


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Feel The Orange Karma Visit the Orange Karma Area in Game City West and particpate in a wide range of colorful activities. More than 4000 people playing and cheering in the Orange Karma Sensational Football Tournament, watch documentaries in the Orange Karma Cinema, co-create your own hummel sneaker in the SneakerLab, play Wall Kick and a lot more. In the Orange Karma Shop you can buy the Roskilde Festival sneaker and in the same time support Karma projects in Danish Asylum Centers.

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It can be difficult to remember just where you saw that chicken tortilla or the Asian noodle salad you desperately need. Help is near: APPetize it!

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*) Food Stalls in the Pavilion area are open 12:00 – 24:00 from Sunday 30 July until Wednesday 3 July. After this their opening hours follow the rest of the festival site. **) On the night after Sunday 8 July selected stalls stay later open

Here, you can easily search for food and drinks everywhere on the festival grounds. You can sort the results after budget, location, type of food and user evaluations. With the map function, it is easy to find the food stand you are looking for and when you have eaten, you can post your own evaluation. The app also has an overview of food events, where you can join exciting food happenings during the festival. APPetizer can be downloaded from App store, from Google Play or by texting RF FOOD to (+45) 4240 9019.

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MORE THAN JUST FOOD

Food politics, food events, sustainDo you have a food amount of organic ability and the environment are ­a llergy? You can always and sustainable ingrejust a few of the focus areas you dients and products in ask the staff in the stalls the food stalls. Therefore, will find at Roskilde Festival 2013. The focus is on excitall food stalls try to incorpoabout the ingredients, if ing food experiences and on rate as many sustainable and you are allergic to certain what goes into your belly organic ingredients as possible. while the music goes into types of food. The food policy also ensures that your ears. you have access to a varied choice of food across the entire festival site – both when ROSKILDE FESTIVAL’S FOOD POLICY it comes to taste and price. We have a clear position regarding the food you buy: It must meet our standards of high quality, and FAST FOOD and FINE DINING we make a point of ensuring that the ingredients You can get virtually any kind of food at Roskilde are fresh and as home made as possible. Organic Festival, from sushi to shawarma. The prices vary and sustainable food is an important area of focus from place to place and depend on what and where for Roskilde Festival. Our goal is to increase the you wish to eat.


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The choice is ­d iverse and the space intimate in Roskilde Festival’s new food court. 19 small stalls will each offer two dishes you won’t find anywhere else at the festival and create a lively and experimenting eating space. The eating area is communal, so you and your friends can each choose your favourite dishes and still eat together.

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Among the 19 stalls you’ll have the chance to feast on this season’s porridge, biodynamic vegetarian dishes, wild game with even wilder vegetables, paleo dishes, reinterpreted open sandwiches, a coffee laboratory, French sandwiches, freshly fried fish cakes, eggs benedict, Vietnamese pho soup, specialties from Lolland, local dishes from around Faxe, ice cream from Svanholm

Storkollektiv, PHO organic currywurst TO : ANN EM with kale muffins, summery IE B AK AND ERS dishes from KBH’s Madhus, chanEN terelle toast, meat balls in curry sauce or Southern cajun. Sustainability and organic food is an important focus area. All stalls in the new Food Court will thus use 60% organic ingredients as a minimum, and this without the prices being higher than elsewhere on the festival.

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The Food Court is situa­ ted in the south end of the livestock hall in Gloria Zone. The opening hours are the same as other food stalls. The new Food Court has been established with support from the regional food project GRO (regionalemadoplevelser.dk).


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The single greatest source of CO2-emission in the world is the way we produce, transport and cook food. Roskilde Festival takes a stand regarding this. In 2013 you can encounter the following initiatives and more regarding food and sustainability at Roskilde Festival.

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LOTS OF ORGANIC FOOD AT THE STALLS

The food stalls at Roskilde Festival are obliged to be mindful of the environment. This means that impose upon our stalls that many of their ingredients must be organic. This means all dairy products, coffee, tea, juice, wine, iceberg lettuce, cucumbers, onions, tinned tomatoes, herbs and spices, pasta and rice. Also, all stalls must offer at least one vegetarian dish.

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After the festival food stalls can deliver surplus food and ingredients to a catering kitchen in Roskilde. These are then transformed to ready-made meals, which are frozen and delivered to shelters and drop-in centres in the months following the festival. In 2012 we transformed 1.3 tons of surplus food into 3,308 ready-made meals

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We also wish to give our artists a great food experience to remember us by. Therefore we serve them a menu based on seasonal Nordic ingredients of which 70% are organic.

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Roskilde Festival is the first Danish festival to use the brand new national symbol for organic food. A gold, silver or bronze organic symbol at a stall means that the stall uses more than 90%, 60-90% or 30-60% organic ingredients, respectively. More than 60% of the ingredients are organic in the new Roskilde Food Court in Hal B in Gloria Zone. For many stalls the figure is even higher and you will find many local and seasonal dishes.


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PLAY WITH YOUR FOOD

Your parents probably didn't let you play with your food. Well you can now! You will get to eat fruit and vegetables as you have never experienced them before. Grab your fork and get busy – all the food is vegetarian.

TASTE THE FOREST

Byggstudio and Josefin Vargö from Sweden take you on a tour through the treasure chamber of the forest. Most people might have experimented with berries and mushrooms, but what about leaves, roots and fruits?

GRANDMA’S KITCHEN

At Grandma’s the tablecloths are chequered, the plates floral and the cuisine traditional. Atmosphere and hospitality is crucial in Grandma’s Kitchen where everyone helps set and decorate the table. The food is also feisty and challenging, so tradition and innovation walk hand in hand. Bring a small gift for the hostess, she’ll be so pleased.

JUICES FROM THE CITY'S BACK YARD

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Frozen Local Juices says no to synthetic concentrate. In the humble back garden there are a so many possibilities for making delicious juices. The slush ice machine is ready so look forward to a thirst-quenching experience full of flavour.

You can also sign up at the festival by Dommertårnet in Gloria Zone or by the Radio Tower during the warm-up period.

Tinned liver pate and mackerel do not belong at the challenging end of the food spectrum. But they could. Here you have the opportunity to tease and challenge your senses, play around with the classical festival eats and mix up your own flavours in the gastronomic lab.

Go to facebook.com/MoreThanEating or roskilde-festival.dk/MoreThanEating and sign up. But hurry! There is only a limited number of tickets for each event.

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GO VEGAN

Drop by and nurse your hangover with a refreshing vegan brunch. Go Vegan serves the food with an explanation so you can grow wiser about life without animal products. You will be surprised. Who knew that a wheat sausage could be that tasty?

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AFTERNOON HIGH TEA

Do you have a sweet tooth? Then come along for a classic afternoon tea with lavish cakes created by the pastry chef Nikolaos Strangas, known for his Dessert Boutique in Copenhagen. It’s high-end food art with attention to detail and simplicity.

I WILL COOK FOR FOOD

If you pay for the food, I will cook it – a chef gets hungry too. That's the simple concept of I Will Cook For Food, which normally takes place in people's kitchens. How does the idea translate to a festival? Cook over a campfire and learn tricks from the master himself while cosying up around the flames.

SHOW-AND-TELL WITH GAME

Deer are an essential part of Danish wildlife, and also a little-known but incredibly delicious dish. Get under the skin of these animals – literally, and learn how to handle a wild boar, a deer or whatever else we bring you from the forests of Denmark.

TASTE LOLLAND-FALSTER

Good food and stories take centre stage when locals from Lolland-Falster bring regional ingredients and dishes to a whole new level, and display a culinary energy reaching far beyond the island shores south of Sjælland.

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Danish summer strawberries, fresh fish, mussels, hearty vegetables and tender lettuce. Organic eggs, chickpeas, big fat bunches of mint and fresh feta cheese. With ingredients as gorgeous as these, cooking your own food has never been easier and more wonderful. If you have never carved a mackerel or heard about kohlrabi, then the FoodJam kitchen is the place for you. We have plenty of chefs and culinary fireballs to help everyone in the kitchen, and when you’re done we’ll wrap up your food for you so you can enjoy the fruits of your labour back in your camp, or wherever you like. We’ll do the dishwashing!

WHEN and WHERE?

This year FoodJam is located at CITYCentre East and is open daily from Sunday 30 June to Sunday 7 July from 10-20. It’s possible to reserve a spot in advance, or you can drop by to see if there are any available spots when you feel like it. The price of donning the apron with us is 50 DKK.

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FOOD FACTS AT ROSKILDE FESTIVAL

—— There are more than 150 food stalls at Roskilde Festival and more than three million meals are consumed during the festival. —— The stalls are run by clubs, organisations and restaurateurs who give a portion of their profits to the non-profit work of Roskilde Festival. —— The food stalls total a turnover of more than 80 million Danish kroner during the festival. Last year, the stalls and restaurateurs saw profits of 14 million Danish kroner – a large part of this going to local clubs and associational life. On top of this 12 million Danish kroner went towards the festival’s non-profit work. —— All stalls serve at least one vegetarian dish.

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On the camping area beer, soft drinks, juice, and wine etc. are sold in cans, bottles and cartons. On the main festival site drinks are usually sold in refundable plastic cups. The offer is subject to change, printing errors and the possibility of items being out of stock.

BEER SALES

On the camping area drinks are sold at CITYcentre East and West, by Apollo and at Agora M. Additionally, there are two lorry sales points by Street City and Agora P, where only entire crates of beer are sold and only card payment is accepted. Cold Tuborg beer is sold at favourable prices when you buy a crate of 24. On the festival site drinks are sold at Tuborg stalls, at the festival’s own bars and in selected food stalls. Furthermore, beer is sold in the front stage pits at Orange and Arena.

DRINKS ON THE FESTIVAL SITE

You are allowed to bring one drink of your own choosing onto the main festival site in a container of up to 0.5 litres. The container must not be made of glass and must be accepted by the festival’s refund system to help minimise waste and the environmental impact as much as possible. Empty drink containers of any shape and form can be brought onto the main festival site, as long as they are not made of glass.

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train station, where the situation will be assessed. If your wristband is stolen you must immediately report the theft to the police and then bring a copy of the police report to the nearest ticket office, where the situation will be assessed. Stolen wristbands are usually not replaced by Roskilde Festival. Instead you should contact your home or travel insurance provider for information about replacement of stolen wristbands. Anyone caught without a wristband on the festival area will be liable to pay a fee of DKK 3,500. When the fee is paid you will be offered a ticket without any additional charge if the festival is not sold out.

AGE

When you turn 15 you are old enough to explore Roskilde Festival on your own, but please remember that Roskilde Festival is one big city where everybody is partying all the time, so it is a good idea for you and your friends to stick together. Please note that it is illegal to serve alcohol to anyone under the age of 18 in Denmark.


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payment for caravans and motorbikes You have to pay an additional fee when you bring caravans, sleep-in buses and motorbikes to the festival. caravans 400 dkk (365 dkk in advance purchase) motorbikes 250 dkk (210 dkk in advance purchase) sleep-in buses  1,050 dkk  (no advance purchase possible) All fees are per vehicle and include unlimited inhabitants. tents and caravans

ATMs

There are no requirements regarding spacing of There are ATMs at CITYCentre East and West tents on the campsite, but the fire authorities reand at Pavilion. Keep yourself informed via the quire that there is at least 3 metres between carasigns or ask at the inforvans. Caravans will be escorted Did you know that if you into place by a service attendant. mation kiosks or at the audience information All fire access routes must be have home insurance office. Furthermore, you kept completely clear from your insurance provider can withdraw money with items and equipment such as Dankort at many stalls. might reimburse a stolen tents, guy lines and rubbish. fire authorities must wristband? This typically The DRINKS be able to move around requires a police report. unhindered. See page 110

BICYCLES

You are allowed to ride a bike around the camping area – but the festival site is off limits for bicycles. You can park your bicycle at Entrance East and West as well as just north of the festival site.

CAMPING

You can camp on the entire camping area (East and West) and in other specific areas such as Get A Tent, Get A Place, Caravan-Camping, MCCamping and Sleep-In buses (see map). The different camping areas are divided into lettered and numbered spaces. All camping areas open at 18:00 on Saturday 29 June and close at 14:00 on Monday 8 July. The service attendants can

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fire In areas with many people camping closely together open fire is dangerous, and therefore no open fire is allowed on the camping areas. This includes campfires, torches, candles, camping stoves and barbecues. All cooking must be done at the cooking islands by the agoras. Here you’ll also find a communal grill. cooking islands There are cooking islands at the agoras where you can use camping stoves, disposable grills, the communal grill or the communal campfire spot. Service attendants will guide you in the use of the cooking islands.

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The agoras are the squares and meeting places of the different neighbourhoods in the camping area. Every agora has a tower marked clearly with a letter. Also the tower is the contact point if you need help, in the event of trouble, or any other instance, where you require assistance. The tower serves as the base for the festival’s service attendants who are there to assist you if needed. Find them by the tower or out and about in the camping area. Some of the agoras have different identities – Cinema City, Game City, Dream City, Relax City and Street City – where there will be decorations, activities and events. The main activities at the agoras will take place from Sunday 30 June to Wednesday 3 July.

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Living room furniture and other similar flammable objects cannot be brought on to the camping area for fire safety reasons. This does not apply to regular lightweight camping equipment, built-in objects in caravans or other equipment normally used when camping in tents. —— —— —— —— ——

Regular lightweight camping furniture Folding and auto tables Small beach and folding chairs Sleeping mats and foam mattresses Marquees

—— Living room furniture, such as armchairs, sofas, coffee or dinner tables —— Building materials of any kind —— Generators and domestic appliances. However, there is an area with unique opportunities for bringing and building stuff, etc. Read more about Dream City on page 82. silent & clean area

Music may not be played in the Silent & Clean area from 22:00 – 10:00. clean area As a new feature this year there will be camping areas called Clean, which will be kept cleaner. The Clean areas are situated at B, E, F, K, J & M. In these areas there will be an increased focus on waste disposal, and everyone is encouraged to help each other make the area a nicer and cleaner place to be. Please note that the Clean areas are not Silent.

CINEMA

Roskilde Cinema by Agora N shows films throughout the festival week and admittance is free. See the entire programme on page 88-93.

CITYcentre EAST and WEST

There will be CITYcentres at camping East and camping West. The CITYcentres are the shopping streets and market squares of the festival city and house a variety of services and exciting activities that make the CITYcentres worth a visit. Here you’ll find an agora, ATMs, merchandise sellers, first aid station, beer sales, refund stalls and food stalls. At the CITYcentres chosen stalls are open around the clock from Saturday 29 June at 18:00 until Monday 8 July at 12:00.

Silent & Clean at Agora J in Camping East is for those of you who wish to stay in an area that is kept cleaner and where there are no noisy parties and loud music constantly. The area will be under supervision and everybody is encouraged to help each other make Read more about sure the area is a nice place to be.

CLOAKROOMS

At every agora in the camping area, a free cloakroom is available. They are open around the clock from 07:00 Saturday 29 June until 12:00 Monday 8 July. Ordinary items such as coats, bags, tents and valuables can be checked in and stored here. The cloakrooms will not store loose money and take no responsibility for money stored in the checked-in items. A cloakroom for small items is situated in the information office by Gate 10 on the road ‘Along the Railroad´.

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CURRENCY

All stalls accept other currencies than Danish kroner (EUR, NOK, SEK, GBP, USD) and many stalls accept credit/debit cards. You can get cash back during a purchase if the stall has sufficient cash available (only applies to Dankort transactions). The maximum amount for such a withdrawal is 500 DKK and you can only withdraw bank notes. Change is only given in Danish kroner.

DISABLED PEOPLE

During the festival wheelchair users have the possibility to watch concerts from platforms placed near the stages and they have first priority here. Parking and toilet facilities for the disabled can also be found by the stages.

Recharging of wheelchairs is possible at the cloakrooms and at Ryttergården. opening hours for ryttergården thursday 4 july  friday 5 july and saturday 6 july  sunday 7 july

FIRST AID

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18:00 on Saturday 29 June until 12:00 on Monday 8 July. The service towers by the swimming lake, Agora M and by Caravan are open daily from Saturday 29 June until Monday 8 July between 10:00 and 02:00. There is also a first aid station open around the clock on the festival site just west of Orange Stage – it’s open from 17:00 Thursday 4 July until 08:00 Monday 8 July. At the first aid stations (CITYcentre East and West and west of Orange Stage) you’ll be able to store insulin and other medicine that requires cooling. First aid stations are clearly marked by a first aid sign. psychological first aid The Danish Emergency Office can be contacted by phone +45 70 120 112 between 18:00 Saturday 29 June and 14:00 Monday 8 July, if you are in need of psychological first aid. on-call doctor From Sunday 30 June until Sunday 7 July there will be an on-call doctor service at the first aid station at CITYcentre East. The on-call doctor service is open daily 09:00 – 22:00.

FISHING LAKE

In Camping East in Agora J you can go fishing in the artificial fishing lake. You are welcome to bring your own gear, but you can also rent it by the lake.

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ryttergården At Ryttergården located in Hall 45 you can get help with minor repairs of assistive technology, have a cosy chat with others, or perhaps have a well-earned rest if you are not living or camping nearby. The volunteers of Ryttergården can also be of assistance with further information on possibilities and facilities for disabled people on the festival, and they welcome your comments, wishes and ideas. Access to Ryttergården is through the entrance opposite the Sleeping Village. See map for details. Ryttergården has a hotline, +45 5158 6855, and it is open 09:00 – 01:00 from Thursday 4 July at 13:00 until Sunday 7 July at 22:00.

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LOST PROPERTY

Lost property should be handed in immediately at the audience information office by Gate 10 on the road ‘Along The Railroad’, where it can be claimed until Monday 8 July at 12:00.

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GATE NUMBERS

Gate numbers indicate the many entrances to the camping area and festival site. See all gate numbers on the map at the back of this booklet.

MEMORIAL

Out of respect for the nine young men who lost their lives on 30 June 2000 at Roskilde Festival and their relatives, the the cloakrooms at each GUIDE and RADIO festival established a See page 10 memorial in 2001 at the agora are free and you western border of the audiINFORMATION OFFICE can have almost anything ence area of Orange Stage. At the audience information The spot was established in stored. You can also office you can get answers order for us to commemorate charge your mobile phone to all practical questions and remember ‘…how fragile for a cost of 10 DKK. concerning the festival we are…’. Lars Skov Nielsen has such as train and bus created the sculpture at the site. timetables, location of stalls, etc. If you wish to report a missing person, please contact the MOBILE PHONES and CHARGING police. See more on page 119. The information mobile phones office is located by Gate 10 on the road ‘Along The Railroad’ between the entrance to the Pavilion In the cloakrooms at the agoras, you can get and the railroad bridge, and will be open around your mobile phones, digital cameras and other the clock from Saturday 29 June at 18:00 until electronic devices charged if you bring along a Monday 8 July at 12:00. charger. The cost is 10 DKK per charging. Mobile phones etc. left for charging and not claimed by INTERNET CAFÉs Monday 8 July at 12:00, will be handed over to See page 10 Midt- and Vestsjælland’s police.

LAUNDRY

In the laundry at Agora C you can get your laundry washed and dried. Washing 5 kg clothes is 40 DKK and drying is 30 DKK.

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Unclaimed lost property can be claimed after Roskilde Festival at the festival secretariat, Hav­ steensvej 11, 4000 Roskilde on Tuesday 9 July and Wednesday 10 July from 10:00 – 18:00. On Thursday 11 July remaining lost property will be delivered to the lost property office of Midt- og Vestsjælland’s Police in Roskilde, Skovbogade 3, 4000 Roskilde, phone: +45 4635 1448.

car batteries Car batteries can be charged at CITYcentre East and West, Agora G and Agora L. There is a deposit of 250 DKK the first time the car battery is handed in for charging, and one charging is 150 DKK.


When the festival is over, you can choose either to take the battery home with you or hand it in along with the receipt and receive the 250 DKK in return. Chargers are not required.

PARKING general parking rules —— You are not permitted to sleep in your car —— You may not use open fire, gas stoves or other sources of heat in the parking areas

All parking areas are open around the clock from Friday 28 June at 15:30 until Monday 8 July at 15:00. See the map of the parking areas at the back of this booklet or in the band schedule.

You can find the pharmacy on the camping site at CITYcentre East by the first aid station. After the festival area opens you can find it by the first aid station west of Orange Stage. Here you can purchase the most common over-the-counter medication, sunscreen, earplugs and condoms as well as hand in prescriptions. The pharmacy is clearly marked with signs. pharmacy opening hours at the first aid station in citycentre east sunday 30 june to thursday 4 july  10:00-00:00 by the first aid station west of orange stage thursday 4 july  17:00-00:00 friday 5 july to sunday 7 july  10:00-00:00

POLICE

it is strictly The police will be present at the fesforbidden to sleep tival, but if you have any enquiries please go to the police station at in your car due to fire Skovbogade 3, 4000 Roskilde in safety regulations. person or call +45 114.

paying for parking The parking areas have been moved further away in order to favour the camping area. The few who need to park close to the festival can pay to park in an area between Køgevej and Vor Frue Hovedgade. There is room for 1250 cars and the charge is 365 DKK per car when you buy a ticket in advance purchase and 415 DKK per car when paying on site. The payment covers parking in the area for the whole festival period. There is a similar parking area near Entrance West with room for 1200 cars. A token for display in the window of your car is given and will allow you access to the parking area you have paid for. Bicycle parking can be found at Odeon, by Entrance East and West, and on the car park near Darup Idrætscenter. Bicycle parking is free.

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In case of emergency the police recommends that you only use the 112-app, which can track your position and make it easier for the ambulance service to find you.

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There is no surveillance in the parking areas, and your own insurance policy must cover damage or theft. Roskilde Festival recommends that everyone uses public transportation or rides their bike. It’s better for the environment and means that we can use the areas for camping instead.

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ROAD NAMES

On the camping site all major roads and traffic veins are marked with names making it easier to locate places on the map.

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SERVICE TOWERS

Each agora has a service tower manned with duty personnel who keep a look out for fires and acts of theft and provide services to the service attendants in the area. The towers are clearly marked with a letter corresponding to the agoras they are in, e.g. Service Tower C in Agora C.

SUPERMARKET

You can buy your groceries at the supermarkets located at CITYcentre East built in collaboration with Kvickly and at CITYcentre West in collaboration with Fakta. The supermarkets do not accept cash, only credit cards. The supermarket in Camping East is open daily from You can also download 07:00-04:00 and the supermarket SHOWERS the roskilde live app in Camping West is open daily from Cold showers are free of 07:00-03:00. which is a guide to charge and can be found at cultural experiences in Agora C and L. Hot showers TICKETS are also found at Agora C and L the town of Roskilde. If the festival is not sold out as well as at G/H, M and P, at Get tickets are available at the The app is only a Tent Downtown and Uptown, and entrances. Junior tickets (10at Caravan-Camping. Hot showers ­available in Danish. 14 years) are available even are 25 DKK. if the festival is sold out. A limited number of single day tickets will also be opening hours for hot showers on sale at the entrances, unless they have been saturday 29 june  18:00-22:00 sold out before the festival starts. sunday 30 june to sunday 7 july  08:00-22:00 monday 8 july  08:00-12:00

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Roskilde Festival features the following stages: Orange Stage, Arena, Cosmopol, Apollo, Odeon, Pavilion and Gloria. Apollo Countdown and Pavilion Junior will stage acts during the first four days of the festival from Sunday 30 June to Wednesday 3 July. See the map at the back of this booklet or in the band schedule for the location of the stages.

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Dive into our very own swimming lake by Agora K. There is free access to the lake for all festival participants, as long as you’re not affected by drugs or alcohol. There will be life guards present. Remember that Mother Nature, unlike your own mother, doesn’t like soap and shampoo, so please only use these in the showers and not in the lake.


FESTIVAL GEAR

FOR A RAINY DAY

Plast poncho ................................... 20,Vinyl poncho ................................... 40,Army poncho (rugged) ................. 300,Rubber boots ................................ 200,-

FOR A SUNNY DAY

Sun lotion UPF 30 .......................... 120,After sun .......................................... 100,UPF lipbalm ..................................... 25,-

MISCELLANEOUS

Festivalchair DeLuxe ..................... 100,Water container, 5L ......................... 20,Water container, 15L ....................... 55,Soccer ball ....................................... 25,-

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SLEEPINGBAGS, MATTRESSES ETC.

Sleeping bag ................................... 200,Sleeping pad ..................................... 50,Air mattress .................................... 100,Dbl. air mattress ............................. 250,Plugs for air mattress ...................... 15,Pump ................................................. 50,Blanket .............................................. 35,-

TORCH AND BATTERIES

Tent/table torch incl. batteries ..... 125,Hand torch ....................................... 30,AAA batteries, 4 pcs .......................... 25,AA batteries, 4 pcs ............................ 25,C batteries, 2 pcs .............................. 25,D batteries, 2 pcs .............................. 25,-

TENTS, SPAREPARTS ETC.

Asivik Igloo tent, 3 pers ................ 400,Stormpeg, 10 stk ............................... 30,Peg, 10 stk ....................................... 20,Peghammer ...................................... 45,Tarp, 2x3 m ...................................... 50,Tarp, 4x6 m ...................................... 100,Party tent, 3x3 m............................ 200,Duct Tape, 50mm 10m................... 40,-


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TOURIST INFORMATION

Roskilde Lejre Tourist Bureau can help you with practical information about the town of Roskilde. The address is Stændertorvet 1 in the centre of Roskilde. (phone +45 46 31 65 65). You can also go to visitroskilde.dk.

departure from entrance east thursday 4 july to sunday 7 july 24:00-00:30 01:00-01:30-02:00-02:30-03:00-03:30-04:00 

TRANSPORT bus

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A night bus runs non-stop from the East entrance to Copenhagen City Hall Square every night from Thursday 4 July to Sunday 7 July according to the following schedule:

Shuttle buses run between Roskilde Station, Østergade and entrance East/West. The buses run from Saturday 29 June 7:00 at the times listed below. from roskilde station first departure last departure saturday 29 june 07:00  01:00 sunday 30 june 07:00  01:00

Single fare: 80 DKK. bus to the shopping mall ro’s torv From Monday 1 July until Sunday 7 July a shuttle bus will run between Entrance East and RO’s torv. The bus will run from Monday 1 July at 09:00 according to the following timetable: from entrance east first departure last departure mon 1 july to sun 7 july 09:00  16:00

from entrance east/west first departure last departure saturday 29 june 07:30  01:30 sunday 30 june 07:30  01:30

From Monday 1 July the buses run between Roskilde Station and the festival site around the clock until Monday 8 July 15:00. Single fare: 20 DKK.

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From Saturday 29 June – Wednesday 3 July the bus between Roskilde Station and Entrance West makes a stop at Maglegårdsvej for passengers to and from Maglegårdsskolen and Check-In. Single fare: 20 DKK.

A taxi stand is established near the bus stands next to Entrance East and West. We encourage everybody not to use pirate taxis. Another taxi stand is between Gate 3 and 16 by the bike parking area.

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A train service will run in both directions between Roskilde Station and Entrance Platform (camping area West) according to the following timetable:


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from roskilde station first departure last departure saturday 29 june 08:07  22:37 sunday 30 june 08:07  22:37 monday 1 july 08:07  22:37 tuesday 2 july 08:07  22:37 wednesday 3 july 08:07  22:37 thursday 4 july 09:07  01:58 friday 5 july 09:07  03:58 saturday 6 july 09:07  03:58 sunday 7 july 09:09  16:00

Between 08:07 and 18:47 the train will depart every half hour and from 19:47 it will depart every hour. Nights after Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 01:09 and 02:09 trains will go directly to Copenhagen Central Station stopping at most stations on the way. Friday and Saturday trains also run at 03:09 and 04:09. Single fare to Roskilde Station: 20 DKK. DSB and MOVIA fares apply if you are travelling further than Roskilde Station. A single ticket, which will cover the whole trip from Entrance Platform to Copenhagen Central Station, can be bought for 80 DKK, and 90 DKK will cover the journey to Copenhagen Airport. Trains to MalmĂś depart from Copenhagen Central Station throughout the day and night.

Please note that it is now possible to take the train from Roskilde Station to Entrance Platform from 08:07 on Saturday 29 June. From here you can walk to the temporary waiting areas for Entrance West 1 and West 2 if you have a valid entrance booking. going home copenhagen central station Trains will run directly from Entrance Platform to Copenhagen Central Station stopping at Roskilde Station and Høje Taastrup Station. First departure will be Sunday July 7 at 09:07 with further departures twice an hour until Monday July 8 at 02:16. aarhus There will be 3 direct departures to Aarhus on the night after Sunday July 7. Departure times are 01:26, 02:50 and 04:09. The trains will stop at: Ringsted, Slagelse, Nyborg, Odense, Middelfart, Fredericia, Vejle and Horsens. jylland Trains bound for Jylland will depart from Roskilde Station daily at 22:52, 23:53, 01:00 and 02:43. Single fare from Entrance Platform to Roskilde Station: 20 DKK.

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from entrance platform first departure last departure saturday 29 june 08:17  21:47 sunday 30 june 08:17  21:47 monday 1 july 08:17  21:47 tuesday 2 july 08:17  21:47 wednesday 3 july 08:17  21:47 thursday 4 july 09:17  02:09 friday 5 july 09:17  04:09 saturday 6 july 09:17  04:09 sunday 7 july 09:30  16:00 monday 8 july 09:17  14:17


Buy the original Roskilde Festival clothes and accessories only in the official merchandise shops or at www.rfshop.dk Look for the merchandise shop icons on the map.

Since 1971.


DSB and MOVIA fares apply if you are travelling further than Roskilde Station. Timetables are posted at Roskilde Station, Entrance Platform, at the information office and will also be displayed on information screens at the larger stages of the festival site. DSB’s website dsb.dk features a link to changes in train traffic in connection with Roskilde Festival.

DSB will have an independent ticket sales booth at Entrance Platform. Here you are able to buy train tickets and ticket coupons, pick up preordered tickets, reserve seats, as well as get information about train departure times, prices, DSB Wildcard etc. ticket sales opening hours You can buy tickets for destinations throughout Denmark as long as trains depart from Entrance Platform. Tickets for foreign destinations will be available between Sunday 7 July and Monday 8 July 14:00. At other times tickets for foreign destinations can be bought at Roskilde Station or by contacting DSB by phone + 45 7013 1415. guides at roskilde station From Saturday 29 June guides at Roskilde Station will help you board the correct buses or trains to the festival site.

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WATER

Free water can be obtained at water taps located by most toilets on the camping site as well as on the festival site. During concerts free water is distributed in front of the stages.

WIFI

Roskilde Festival provides WiFi-hotspots in selected areas of the festival site. In 2013 you will find WiFi-hotspots in the following areas: CITYcentre East/West, Dream City, all agoras, The Oval, Sonic Zone, Trade Zone, and Urban Zone. WiFi can also be found in Convenience Camp. You access the internet by connecting to the open network FestivalNet and then you will have the opportunity to buy access and log on via a web portal. The access is valid for the entire festival and in all areas. The price will be listed on the web portal prior to purchase.

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Would you like to get even more involved in the development of future festivals and would you like to spend one or two days with us doing so? Write us and tell us about your ideas. Anything goes, from camping adventures and new initiatives to development of wind generators and innovation in waste management. Our email is info@rethinkroskilde.com. We have already started planning Roskilde Festival 2014 and if you have any ideas for next year we would like to hear from you as soon as possible. On the blog rethinkroskilde.com you can follow the development and innovation of Roskilde Festival. Thanks for now. See you at Roskilde Festival 2014.


WIN JÄGER GOODIE BAGS

Upload your best festival moment on instagram and write

Every day during the festival the three best photos each win the perfect festival goodie bag to share with their camp. Stop by our JÄGER PHOTO BOOTH at Cosmopol and get your Jägerportrait taken.

TAKE YOUR BEST SHOT! VISIT WWW.JAGERLAND.DK FOR COMPETITION TERMS AND CONDITIONS

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