Queens of the Stone Age Return With Reunited Blur


It feels like “That 90’s Show”, soon to be debuting on the streaming service Netflix. However, this is “park life” or rather real life. You read the names in the title correctly. A 90’s blitz is coming soon. Will you be a part of it? Do you know who these persons are? You may or you may not. Let’s dive in and see what’s happening with these on-the-verge of becoming dinosaurs.

According to NME, the Roskilde Festival announced its first wave of acts for the 2023 edition, including: Blur, Queens Of The Stone Age and Christine, and The Queens.

The non-profit Danish spectacle is due to return for “an eight-day exploration of music, art, activism and community”. Where are U2? This madness all takes place between June 24 and July 1 next year.

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Today (November 30), organizers have confirmed that Blur will headline Roskilde 20 years after the band’s last appearance at the festival. That’s an entire young adult. Imagine that, the last time Blur performed someone was barely being born. Now that are a full grown adult – scientifically speaking.

You can purchase your tickets by clicking on the link provided here. However, be sure to remember that if you purchase your ticket and you are in say, the United States. you will additionally need to purchase flights and bed and board once in Denmark. Therefore, don’t get so excited you accidentally push the “purchase ticket” button without first checking the price of airfare.

Sure, it would be nice to attend the event – if music is your thing – after all, you’ll be part of history.