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August 2020
Festivals

Tyler, The Creator, FKA twigs, Girl In Red and more have been confirmed for Roskilde 2021

The Danish titan returns between June 26th - July 3rd next year
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Published: 11:53 am, June 16, 2020Words: Jamie Muir.
Tyler, The Creator, FKA twigs, Girl In Red and more have been confirmed for Roskilde 2021

Tyler, The Creator, FKA twigs, Girl In Red and more are amongst over 30 names confirmed for next years’ Roskilde Festival

Returning at the end of June in 2021, a whole bunch of names who were set to appear on this year’s lineup have moved over to next year - with Thom Yorke (and his Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes), TLC, Moses Sumney, Kelly Lee Owens, Sampha The Great and more joining the party in Denmark

Speaking about 2021, Roskilde’s Head Of Programming Anders Wahrén says: "For us it has been important to invite some of the acts back whom we believe will be both significant and top-notch next year. Tyler, The Creator and FKA twigs are two central players because they are two younger artists who are constantly working with their own sound and renewing the concert format. Their concerts always bring about new experiences.”

"The music programme at Roskilde Festival 2021 will not mirror the festival that should have been because we cannot and will not copy the full programme. Right now, there is a pandemic and racism is on the global agenda. Historically, big agendas also make their way into the arts, which is why, of course, we keep part of the programme open to bring new, relevant names into play."

Wanna join next year? Well, with full festival tickets already sold-out, your best bet is to keep an eye on the one-day ticket release happening later this year

Roskilde Festival 2021 takes place between June 26th - July 3rd next year

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