This year's Roskilde Festival looks beyond incredible. The eight-day Danish non-profit always looks like a festival you just can't miss, but this year may just solidify itself was one of the most promising events of the year. Acts like A Tribe Called Quest, Lorde, Gucci Mane, and Bryson Tiller have now been added to a bill that already includes The Weeknd, Solange and Arcade Fire.

"A Tribe Called Quest is one of the best hip-hop groups of all time. Preparing for their last ever tour after a terrific comeback album, I’m positive they can live up to their legacy and deliver a stunning farewell show on one of the most iconic stages in the world," Head of Programme Anders Wahrén says.

"Only very few people have had the chance to see Lorde in Europe so we naturally can’t wait to see her in Denmark for the first time when her new album comes out. With new additions from Palestine, Iceland, Colombia and many other countries, we’re sure our ever-curious fans have some truly unique experiences ahead of them with both established superstars, the headliners of tomorrow and exotic acts from all over the world."

Take a better look at the line-up below and find out more information about the festival here.

  • A Tribe Called Quest (US)
  • Bryson Tiller (US)
  • Gucci Mane (US)
  • Lorde (NZ)
  • 47Soul (PS)
  • Against Me! (US)
  • Atomikylä (FI)
  • Auðn (IS)
  • AV AV AV (DK)
  • AyOwA (DK)
  • Dub De Gaita - Los Gaiteros De San Jacinto (CO)
  • Fugleflugten (DK)
  • High On Fire (US)
  • Modest (DK)
  • Noah Carter (DK)
  • Odd Couple (DE)
  • Oranssi Pazuzu (FI)
  • Pert Near Sandstone (US)
  • PH/Mr Peter Hayden Band (FI)
  • Priests (US)
  • Rag'n'Bone Man (UK)
  • Rüfüs (AU)
  • ShitKid (SE)
  • Show Me the Body (US)
  • Silvester (DK)
  • Snow Boyz (NO)
  • Ştiu Nu Ştiu (SE)
  • The Kutimangoes (DK)
  • Tvivler (DK)