Robyn announced as new headliner for Roskilde Festival 2019

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Just a touch after the impactful release of Honey, her first studio album since 2010, Robyn has announced that she will begin another tour in 2019. The announcement came via Twitter, indicating that she’ll be making an auspicious stop at NYC’s Madison Square Garden. Shortly thereafter, she released a full list of 2019 tour dates.

However, with the announcement, the Swedish icon had yet to disclose that she’ll also be headlining Roskilde Festival Jul 5–that is, until now. A few days prior, the music festival announced the first phase of acts that will accompany her on its broadly satisfying lineup, which includes Travis Scott, Alma, Nicola Cruz, the UK’s Tirzah, and a great deal more. Hosted in Denmark by the Roskilde Festival Charity Society, the festival has been showcasing worldwide music and culture since its humble beginnings in 1971. Next year, the nonprofit will return for its 49th installment from Jun 29 to Jul 6, with over 150 acts across eight meticulously curated stages.

Check in here for tickets and full festival info.

Robyn announced as new headliner for Roskilde Festival 2019

This post was originally published on this site

Robyn announced as new headliner for Roskilde Festival 201941862049 10156541371062530 8347773718692364288 N

Just a touch after the impactful release of Honey, her first studio album since 2010, Robyn has announced that she will begin another tour in 2019. The announcement came via Twitter, indicating that she’ll be making an auspicious stop at NYC’s Madison Square Garden. Shortly thereafter, she released a full list of 2019 tour dates.

However, with the announcement, the Swedish icon had yet to disclose that she’ll also be headlining Roskilde Festival Jul 5–that is, until now. A few days prior, the music festival announced the first phase of acts that will accompany her on its broadly satisfying lineup, which includes Travis Scott, Alma, Nicola Cruz, the UK’s Tirzah, and a great deal more. Hosted in Denmark by the Roskilde Festival Charity Society, the festival has been showcasing worldwide music and culture since its humble beginnings in 1971. Next year, the nonprofit will return for its 49th installment from Jun 29 to Jul 6, with over 150 acts across eight meticulously curated stages.

Check in here for tickets and full festival info.