Request Dangers of the Sea on the stage at Roskilde Festival 2012!

Roskilde Festivals Pavilion Junior is looking for talents

Who’s the best, most secret, underground and overlooked act in Scandinavia? Well, you tell us! From January 23th to February 5th you can request up to three upcoming acts, which will be handed over to our booking agents and taken into consideration.

Log in at the festivals website and request the band, to give the guys a chance to go on stage at this summers Roskilde Festival.

Roskilde Festival is the largest North European music festival and has existed since 1971. We are a non-profit organisation consisting of about 25 full-time employees and thousands of volunteers. Each year, The Roskilde Festival Charity Society, which is the association behind Roskilde Festival, ensures that the profits from the festival are donated directly to humanitarian and cultural purposes. Since 1971 we have presented acts like:

Arcade Fire, Arctic Monkeys, Beastie Boys, Björk, Black Sabbath, David Bowie, Solomon Burke, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Coldplay, The Cure, Deadmau5, Bob Dylan, Faith No More, Foo Fighters, Gorillaz, Guns N’ Roses, Iron Maiden, Jay-Z, Grace Jones, Judas Priest, Kings of Leon, Kraftwerk, Marilyn Manson, Bob Marley, Mastodon, Metallica, M.I.A., Muse, My Bloody Valentine, New Order, Nirvana, PJ Harvey, Prince, Queens Of The Stone Age, Radiohead, Rage Against The Machine, Rammstein, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Ravi Shankar, Slayer, Slipknot, The Streets, The Strokes, Talking Heads, Tiësto, Tool, U2, Robbie Williams, Roger Waters, Kanye West, The White Stripes, The Who, Brian Wilson, Wu-Tang Clan og Neil Young.

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