Florence and the Machine and Robyn will give Roskilde Festival a sense of girl power this summer.
Both are set to appear at the Danish event which already includes headliners Muse and Them Crooked Vultures as well as Pavement, NOFX, Dizzy Mizz Lizzy and more.
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Fans of the Danish event are able to pick up passes for €225, which is €15 cheaper than last year.
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Roskilde Festival 2010 takes place at Roskilde, Denmark from 1-4 July with four days of warm-up from 27 June.
The event is often dubbed the Scandinavian equivalent of Glastonbury and it is famed for its extension beyond the music, despite boasting more than 150 live acts.
Festival-goers are able to enjoy a wide spectrum of activities and alternative entertainment ranging from wall climbing, skating and cinema to more arty pursuits such as book readings and poetry slams.
Around 75,000 revellers attend annually with the festival a strong supporter of humanitarian causes.