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Roadburn Adds Twenty Names to 2024 Lineup Including Inter Arma and Dool

Netherlands festival Roadburn has confirmed twenty+ new acts for the 2024 event including Inter Arma and Dool. Get all the details here…



Roadburn has announced a further 22 names for the 2024 line-up of the festival, which will take place between April 18th and 21st in Tilburg, The Netherlands.

The addition of Inter Arma, Scaler, Grails and more follows two recent stand alone announcements. Wiegedood were previously confirmed and will be performing their soundtrack to the silent Japanese horror film, A Page of Madness. Last week the third commissioned project for Roadburn 2024 was announced: Die Wilde Jagd will collaborate with the world-renowned Dutch Metropole Orkest for the world premiere of a composition titled Lux Tenera.

Roadburn’s artistic director, Walter Hoeijmakers, comments:

“With this announcement, it all starts to come together. Artistically and musically, we are connecting dots between artists, genres, and audiences. We’re drawing lines between new and exciting bands and Roadburn veterans, attendees new and old. But the key is connection and inclusion. We are finally aligning all the creative elements with which we have been building Roadburn 2024.”

The full list of new additions reads as follows:

Angry Blackmen
Arms and Sleepers
Couch Slut
Death Goals
Inter Arma
John Francis Flynn
Kavus Torabi
Spill Gold
The Keening
Void of Voices
Xiu Xiu

The latest additions join a line-up that includes The Jesus And Mary Chain, Khanate, Chelsea Wolfe, Lankum, Clipping., Blood Incantation, Health, Royal Thunder, Hexvessel, Agriculture, Fluisteraars, with more to be announced.

For more information, and ticket details, visit the Official Roadburn website here.

Roadburn 2024 Poster

Roadburn 2024 Poster

I have an unhealthy obsession with bad horror movies, the song Wanted Dead Or Alive and crap British game shows. I do this not because of the sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll lifestyle it affords me but more because it gives me an excuse to listen to bands that sound like hippos mating.