Roskilde Festival has expanded its 2023 line-up with Blur, Queens of the Stone Age, Tove Lo & more

19 new acts now join the previously-shared 16-act initial bill.

Denmark’s Roskilde Festival has added Blur, Queens of the Stone Age, Tove Lo, and many more to its already-impressive 2023 line-up.

19 new acts now join the previously-shared 16-act initial bill, which included Rina Sawayama, Denzel Curry, Burna Boy, and more – find the breakdown of that announcement here. The Danish non-profit festival will be held from June 24th to July 1st next year.

Leading the second wave, Britpop icons Blur continue to expand their 2023 slate with another live announcement following their recent reunion. Selling out not one but two dates at Wembley Stadium, and once again making waves in other corners of the world – a headline slot at Primavera Sound isn’t one to be scoffed at – they are sure to be a highlight at Roskilde.

American guitar heroes Queens of the Stone Age will make their fifth visit to the festival next summer, bringing a hefty discography along with them all the way from sunny California. Their latest LP was 2017’s “cool as fuck” ‘Villains’ over five years ago, but the ever-evolving collective never fails to stun as a live force.

Swedish pop star Tove Lo will bring the personal and positive messages of her new album, ‘Dirt Femme’, to the Danish celebration – Dork’s 4-star review described the record as, “an addictive gem that sees all that shiny potential finally fully realised”. The singer admitted, “I think every fucking song has death in it,” in the accompanying interview feature, which you can read here.

Canadian singer Alice Glass, critically-acclaimed indie band Japanese Breakfast, and many more acts are also set to be featured – the 16 new acts joining the bill are listed below:

Blur (UK)
Queens of the Stone Age (US)

Alice Glass (CA)
Japanese Breakfast (US)
Tove Lo (SE)
Tobias Rahim (DK)

Adekunle Gold (NG)
Bala Desejo (BR)
Big Freedia (US)
Debbie Sings (DK)
Ganger (DK)
Ithaca (UK)
Liraz (IR)
Melodi Ghazal (DK)
Nikki Lane (US)
ShaSimone (UK)
Sudan Archives (US)
Villano Antillano (PR)
Witch Club Satan (NO)

Tickets for Roskilde 2023 are available now.

  • cover
    Dork Radio
glaive has released a new single, 'all i do is try my best'
The Japanese House has released a new song, 'One for sorrow, two for Joni Jones'
Gengahr have released a video for new album title-track, 'Red Sun Titans'