Roskilde Festival
Roskilde Festival is a festival held south of Roskilde in Denmark and is one of the largest music festivals in Europe and the largest in Northern Europe. It was created in 1971 by two high school stud...
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Roskilde Festival 2005
Roskilde Festival 2005 was held 30 June – 3 July 2005 with warm-up and camping from 26 June. The festival was not sold out at festival start, because of the rainy weather at Roskilde Festival 20...
Roskilde Festival 2005 - Wikipedia
Roskilde Festival 2006
Roskilde Festival 2006 with more than 79,000 paying visitors (as well as approximately 20 000 volunteer day workers), the 2006 festival was the biggest in Europe for the year. With only one day of rai...
Roskilde Festival 2007
Roskilde Festival 2007 was held 5 –8 July 2007 with warm-up and camping from 1 July. The stages Metropol and Ballroom were replaced by two new stages, Astoria and Cosmopol. On 4 June 2007 the fe...
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Roskilde Festival 2008
Roskilde Festival 2008 was held 3–6 July 2008 with warm-up and camping from 29 June.
Roskilde Festival 2009
Roskilde Festival 2009 was held on July 2-July 5 with warmup from June 28. The final and 180th act was announced on June 15.
The audience kept an eye on the weather forecasts before making up thei...
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Roskilde Festival 2010
Roskilde Festival 2010 was held on July 1-July 4 with warmup from June 26. For the 2010 edition of Roskilde Festival, they decided to close down the Astoria stage.
Roskilde Festival 2011
Roskilde Festival 2011 was a festival that took place between 30 June and 3 July 2011, with warm-up and camping from 26 June.The headliners were: Arctic Monkeys (UK), Iron Maiden (UK), Kings of Leon (...