OK, going to try to do this through Twitter from here on out. Feed above.
I just spoke to a representative of the mobile phone carrier 3 about my connection problems yesterday. According to her, there have been no other reported issues.
"We have upgraded the network 1,000 percent since 2011, so we have done everything we can to make it better," 3 spokesperson Hanne Damgaard told me.
I'll be back on the festival grounds in a few hours, so time will tell if last night's problems were a strange fluke or will continue today.
Check out our gallery of Roskilde Fashion.
Wow, this helps shake the morning cobwebs off! Jack White has just been announced as the Sunday night closer in place of Drake. Read more.
Well, after a short first night that is all for me, but I'll be back tomorrow for a full day. There's a really great line-up of music ahead and I have a mission:
The Rolling Stones make their first Roskilde appearance. Photo: David Leth WIlliams/Scanpix
Following the Stones' classics It's Only Rock 'N' Roll (But I Like It), Tumbling Dice and Wild Horses, Jagger's second attempt at Danish – "Det er vores 17. koncert i Danmark" ("This is our 17th concert in Denmark") – wasn't quite as smooth as his first, but was nonetheless again lapped up by the crowd.
A bit later he reminisced, in English this time, back to the Rolling Stone's first gig in Denmark, which the legendary frontman said was in 1965 at the Copenhagen amusement park Tivoli Gardens.
Rock icons the Rolling Stones are playing to a massive audience at the Orange stage. After opening with Jump Jack Flash and Let's Spend the Night Together, a purple-sequined Mick Jagger displayed some pretty passable Danish skills.
Chance the Rapper will not perform at planned, the Roskilde Festival has just announced. The Chicago rapper was scheduled to perform in mere minutes on the Avalon stage.
Atlanta legends Outkast opened the Orange stage. Photo: Jens Nørgaard Larsen/Scanpix
The 2014 Roskilde Festival is officially underway. Two legends were brought together when Atlanta hip-hop duo Outkast opened the legendary Orange stage with a triumphant performance.
That's the good news. The bad news is that The Local has no internet connection, unless we're in the press center.
Because it would be incredibly boring for everyone, not least The Local, to report about what's going on in the press center (wifi! free drinks!), that's all for now.