Full poster: The last 12 names are ready

March 26, 2024

Names like Lenny Kravitz, Camila Cabello, Bryan Adams, Unknown Artist, David Guetta & MORTEN present Future Rave, RAYE, Suspekt, Andreas Odbjerg, and Janelle Monáe have already been announced for this year’s festival, which today unveiled the full program with the addition of 12 new names.

This summer, one can hear Rasmus Seebach’s extensive catalog of pop hits unfold live under the treetops in Tusindårsskoven when he visits Tinderbox for the first time. Danish hitmakers TopGunn and Gobs also join the lineup, which now also features the up-and-coming Danish rapper MAS.

Three Swedish artists have also made their way to this year’s lineup in the form of jazz-pop group Bo Kaspers Orkester, the sparkling new star Benjamin Ingrosso, and singer Loreen, who has had major hits with songs like “Euphoria” and “Tattoo.”

Also, the young Spanish talent Iñigo Quintero will make his way to Tinderbox this summer along with the American improvisational and humorous electronic artist Marc Rebillet.

Furthermore, the festival revealed yesterday that the Funen indie-pop band KALASET will kick off this year’s festival when they take the stage on Thursday as the first act on the Tent Stage.

In addition to the aforementioned 10 names, the electronic program at the Magicbox stage has been expanded with the addition of Danish producer ELOQ, Copenhagen DJ Aja Gulris, and American KSHMR.

Traditional nostalgia and comedy

As tradition dictates, this year’s festival offers much more than just music on the three main stages and Magicbox in the form of nostalgic parties and afternoon comedy on the smaller Groovebox stage. This year’s musical acts include artists like Johnson, DJ SASH!, Drömhus, and Dr. Bombay, while Dansih comedians such as Lasse Rimmer, Eva Jin, Nikolaj Stokholm, Jacob Taarnhøj, Ane Høgsberg, and Thomas Warberg will tickle the audience’s funny bones.

Last price increase on April 2

Tuesday, April 2 before 11:59 p.m. is the last opportunity to purchase tickets at a reduced price. From Wednesday, April 3, the final price increase will be in effect, so both day and festival passes from then on can only be purchased at full price.

Festival director Brian Nielsen shared with Fyens.dk last week that a large portion of tickets for this year’s festival have already been sold. Therefore, we encourage everyone not to wait too long if they want to secure a ticket.