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June 2019
Festivals

Another batch of acts have been added to this year's Roskilde festival

Rosalía, Underworld, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever and Robert Plant all join Bob Dylan as new additions to the Danish festival.
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Published: 8:34 pm, February 28, 2019
Another batch of acts have been added to this year's Roskilde festival

Another batch of acts have been added to this year's Roskilde festival.

Rosalía, Underworld, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever and Robert Plant all join Bob Dylan as new additions to the Danish festival, which takes place between 29th June and 6th July.

They join the previously announced Cardi B, MØ, Bring Me The Horizon, Christine and the Queens, Robyn, Julien Baker, Jorja Smith, SOPHIE and more.

The newly announced acts, in alphabetical order, read:

BOB DYLAN WITH HIS BAND (US)
ROBERT PLANT AND THE SENSATIONAL SPACE SHIFTERS(UK)
ROSALÍA (ES)
UNDERWORLD (UK)
AMNESIA SCANNER (FI)
CRACK CLOUD (CA)
CROATIAN AMOR (DK)
THE GARIFUNA COLLECTIVE (BZ)
KOFFEE AND THE RAGGAMUFFINS BAND (JM)
LEMAITRE (NO)
LIRAZ (IR)
NANOOK (GR)
PHILIP H. ANSELMO & THE ILLEGALS (US)
ROLLING BLACKOUTS COASTAL FEVER (AU)
TÁSSIA REIS (BR)
THROWING SNOW (UK)
WHORES. (US)

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