Roskilde Festival 2024 completes scintillating lineup with 21 Savage, PinkPantheress and more

Danish festival Roskilde has completed a phenomenal lineup for this year, adding 21 Savage, PinkPantheress, Barry Can’t Swim and more to an already stacked billing.

21 Savage PinkPantheress

This year’s instalment of the 100% non-profit event will be taking place from 29 June to 6 July, and had already promised to be one of Europe’s number one festival attractions.

Festival organisers had previously announced Doja Cat, Romy, PJ Harvey and Glastonbury headliner SZA among its lineup, as well as Columbian-American singer-songwriter Kali Uchis and legendary rock outfit Foo Fighters.

And now they’ve added a further 53 (yes, 53) new names that are set to take to the stages across the event.

These include US-based, British rapper 21 Savage – in what will be his first appearance in Denmark – as well as bedroom pop sensation PinkPantheress, and BRIT Award nominated producer Barry Can’t Swim.


Ghanaian-American star Amaarae, Glaswegian legends Belle & Sebastian and Denmark’s very own Erika de Casier have also been added, for a festival that now boasts almost 200 acts, with music spanning across 43 countries and five continents.

Speaking about the lineup and what the festival entails, Roskilde Festival’s Program Director Anders Wahrén has shared:

“Roskilde Festival is the place to explore some of the biggest artists of our time next to a rich and groundbreaking musical treasure from all corners of the globe. Our lineup will undoubtedly give rise to a lot of intriguing and inspiring encounters.”

“Roskilde Festival is an eight-day celebration of community that flickers between euphoria and intimacy, between transformation and salvation.

Roskilde Festival
Photo: Tobias Nicolai

“Being a non-profit festival aimed at creating a positive impact, it is important for us to present music and art that introduce new ideas and thoughts, and activism that directly addresses the way the world is and could be. I think we truly accomplish that with this programme.”

See the full list of artists that have just been added to the lineup for Roskilde Festival 2024.

21 Savage (US/UK)

PinkPantheress (UK)

Amaarae (INT)

Barry Can’t Swim (UK)

Belle and Sebastian (UK)

Fridayy (US)

Gloria Groove (BR)

Tinashe (US)

Young Nudy (US)

9T Antiope (IR)

Abadir & Hogir (EG)

Asbjørn (DK)

Balming Tiger (KR)

Barbro (DK)

Barselona (DK)

Bathsheba (DK)

Bclip (CO)

The Beaches (CA)

Bixiga 70 (BR)

Cakes da Killa (US)

Cristale (UK)

Dean Johnson (US)

Debit (MX)

Decisive Pink (INT)

Decorticate (DK)

Erika de Casier (DK)

Faizal Mostrixx (UG)

Frode Haltli (NO)

Gobs (DK)

Greta (DE)

The Hirs Collective (US)

Kakuma Sound (INT)

Lyra Valenza (DK)

Mariam Rezaei (UK)

Mdou Moctar (NE)

Melissa Carper (US)

Prison Religion (US)

Ragana (US)

Rosa Pistola (CO)

Sam Lee (UK)

Selvhenter (DK)

Sho Madjozi (ZA)

Smag På Dig Selv (DK)

Staples Jr. Singers (US)

Tacobitch (NO)

Tallah (US)

Taqbir (MA)

Tarawangsa Sunda Lugina (ID)

Water From Your Eyes (US)

While She Sleeps (UK)

Y-Bayani & Baby Naa (GH)

Yamê (FR)

Zar Paulo (DK)

Roskilde Festival 2024
Photo: Flemming Bo Jensen

In our full five-star review of Roskilde Festival last year, whynow wrote: “As the festival’s tagline proclaims, Roskilde is a smelting pot of ‘music, art, activism, camps and freedom.’

“With its almost staggering level of music and art, it’s a must for anybody wanting to immerse themselves in a creative space for a week.

“So, if you can handle sleeping in a tent for eight days right next to 24-hour-party-ready festival goers, Roskilde will certainly not disappoint.”

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