The Roskilde festival has been cancelled

The Roskilde festival has been cancelled
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Roskilde, the famous Danish festival, which takes place every summer, was cancelled.

This year the festival will be held in a 50th time.

"We're devastated. Although we were afraid that it would happen, we continued to hope that it won't end that way. However, the risk of infection COVID-19 is too large, when a large number of people gather together, and this consideration is, of course, the most important, " - said General Director of Roskilde Signe Lopdrup in your message. "Our ambitions were very high. We all worked hard and have made tremendous efforts to make the Roskilde festival really special. Even in quite extraordinary conditions of recent weeks. The training looked really promising, and now it's going to be perfect for the next festival."

Thus, the festival will take place in 2021. All who purchased tickets, you can go on them next year, or money back.

This year the festival was supposed to attend Taylor Swift, Cage the Elephant, Kendrick Lamar, Faith No More, Kacey Musgraves, the Deftones, Tyler, the Creator, Thom Yorke''s Tomorrow's Modern Boxes, FKA Twigs and many more.


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