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Written on: 30.11.2009 20:26
Tender Loin
Posts: 27
The Isle of Wight Festival today announced: Jay-Z, The Strokes, Blondie, Pink, Orbital and Squeeze.

Written on: 30.11.2009 22:06
Stand up for rock n' roll!
Posts: 471
Styrsel skrev:

Swedish festival Peace & Love which is at the same weekend as Roskilde has announced NOFX and Kim Wilde.. NOFX at Roskilde would be nice..


would love NOFX to come!
Written on: 01.12.2009 00:42
Casper Jørgensen
Posts: 28
Tender Loin skrev:

The Isle of Wight Festival today announced: Jay-Z, The Strokes, Blondie, Pink, Orbital and Squeeze.


Just give us The Strokes(yay for This is It!), Blondie and Orbital!

usually I just look at Primavera Sound, which is in late may. So far this year they have: Wilco, Pavement, Pixies, Panda bear, Wild Beasts, The xx, New Pornographers! Bad ass if you ask me!
Written on: 01.12.2009 22:53
eabea
Posts: 1
Since Rammstein is playing at Copenhagen Live the 2nd June, I don't think we should expect them at Roskilde...
Written on: 02.12.2009 15:29
Aleg-One
Posts: 1744
The Strokes have just been confirmed for RockNess in Scotland..

Come on Roskilde! icon_smile.gif
Written on: 04.12.2009 03:02
Jesper Hassell
Posts: 158
Babyshambles is confirmed for Arvikafestivalen in Sweden. 15-17 July.

Lets get our hopes up, I thought Pete's concert this year was really great!
Written on: 04.12.2009 21:29
Kristian
Posts: 14
Hove Festival in Norway one week before Roskilde have now confirmed:

Atreyu (US)
Gallows (UK)
Japandroids (US)
The Antlers (US)
Kråkesølv (N)


In my eyes there's a good chance to see a lot of them on the Roskilde lineup for 2010. What do you say?
Written on: 05.12.2009 18:21
Tender Loin
Posts: 27
Kristian skrev:

Hove Festival in Norway one week before Roskilde have now confirmed:

Atreyu (US)
Gallows (UK)
Japandroids (US)
The Antlers (US)
Kråkesølv (N)


In my eyes there's a good chance to see a lot of them on the Roskilde lineup for 2010. What do you say?


I would love to se The Antlers. Hospice is one of my favourite albums of this year. Japandroids would be nice too.
Written on: 06.12.2009 16:51
Tom Jarman
Posts: 50
eabea wrote:

Since Rammstein is playing at Copenhagen Live the 2nd June, I don't think we should expect them at Roskilde...


You shouldnt rule out Rammstein just because they're playing in Copenhagen a month before Roskilde. Its not unheard of for bands to go back to visit a country twice on two seperate occasions in a month - especially if one gig is a decent slot in big festival. Nine Inch Nails played in London a couple of weeks before they did a festival there this year.
Written on: 07.12.2009 11:29
Robin Vikström
Posts: 35
Pearl Jam is confirmed for Roch Werchter 1-4/7, which speaks in favour for Roskilde Festival, I'd say.
Written on: 07.12.2009 12:46
Bongo Anders
Posts: 1092
I would not be so sure.
Written on: 07.12.2009 14:20
Blobb
Posts: 302
I rly doubt Pearl Jam would enjoy standing at Orange stage again....
Written on: 07.12.2009 21:28
Eric
Posts: 48
Motörhead, Saxon, Iron Maiden, Wasp, Anvil, Alestorm are some good band who is touring Europe next summer.
Written on: 08.12.2009 14:10
Jacob Monrad
Posts: 1
Metallica will go on with the tour in 2010, lets hope they stop by roskilde icon_wink.gif
Written on: 08.12.2009 14:12
Lord Beef Jerky
Posts: 1500
Tom Jarman skrev:

eabea skrev:

Since Rammstein is playing at Copenhagen Live the 2nd June, I don't think we should expect them at Roskilde...


You shouldnt rule out Rammstein just because they're playing in Copenhagen a month before Roskilde. Its not unheard of for bands to go back to visit a country twice on two seperate occasions in a month - especially if one gig is a decent slot in big festival. Nine Inch Nails played in London a couple of weeks before they did a festival there this year.


That all might be, but Roskilde usually don't book big bands that play in Copenhagen that close to the festival. However there could be a big chance, that Rammstein would be booked, if another headliner cancels at the festival.
Written on: 08.12.2009 20:06
Dannie hesteng
Posts: 16
Lord Beef Jerky skrev:

Tom Jarman skrev:

eabea skrev:

Since Rammstein is playing at Copenhagen Live the 2nd June, I don't think we should expect them at Roskilde...


You shouldnt rule out Rammstein just because they're playing in Copenhagen a month before Roskilde. Its not unheard of for bands to go back to visit a country twice on two seperate occasions in a month - especially if one gig is a decent slot in big festival. Nine Inch Nails played in London a couple of weeks before they did a festival there this year.


That all might be, but Roskilde usually don't book big bands that play in Copenhagen that close to the festival. However there could be a big chance, that Rammstein would be booked, if another headliner cancels at the festival.

lets hope for that then
Written on: 08.12.2009 20:09
Aleg-One
Posts: 1744
Dannie hesteng skrev:

Lord Beef Jerky skrev:

Tom Jarman skrev:

eabea skrev:

Since Rammstein is playing at Copenhagen Live the 2nd June, I don't think we should expect them at Roskilde...


You shouldnt rule out Rammstein just because they're playing in Copenhagen a month before Roskilde. Its not unheard of for bands to go back to visit a country twice on two seperate occasions in a month - especially if one gig is a decent slot in big festival. Nine Inch Nails played in London a couple of weeks before they did a festival there this year.


That all might be, but Roskilde usually don't book big bands that play in Copenhagen that close to the festival. However there could be a big chance, that Rammstein would be booked, if another headliner cancels at the festival.

lets hope for that then


Then book Lil Wayne again and make him cancel icon_smile.gif Best news ever this year, only topped by his replacement! Rammstein would make a very very nice replacement as well
Written on: 08.12.2009 20:18
Dave The Babe
Posts: 678
"we are sad to announce that Lil Wayne ..."

"YEAAAAAAH"

"instead Gogol Bordello will play!"


"YEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAS
Written on: 08.12.2009 20:21
weiss
Posts: 1261
yea fantastic!! icon_biggrin.gif
Written on: 08.12.2009 20:22
Aleg-One
Posts: 1744
Dave The Babe skrev:

"we are sad to announce that Lil Wayne ..."

"YEAAAAAAH"

"instead Gogol Bordello will play!"


"YEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAS


Heh, Rumpistol had just finished his set at Astoria when I first heard the news icon_biggrin.gif The cheering wouldnt stop!

[This article was edited 1 times, at last 08.12.2009 at 20:23.]


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