Roskilde Festival 2015
Photo: Bobby Anwar
The best photos of the 2015 Roskilde Festival
The Local · 6 Jul 2015, 12:10
Published: 06 Jul 2015 12:10 GMT+02:00
In our final dispatch from northern Europe's biggest music festival, our photographer Bobby Anwar shares a hand-picked selection of his week's greatest shots.
Like Damon Albarn getting carried off the stage at 4am, we just don't want to let the Roskilde Festival go.
It was another terrific year at Denmark's best party, filled with super concerts, great food and drinks, and a lot of special memories. The party lasted a full week for many guests and the massive operation was run almost solely by volunteers.
After a week of coverage, the one last thing to do is to share the absolute best photos of the festival.
GALLERY: The Local's best photos from Roskilde Festival 2015
The Local asked Bobby Anwar to take his camera to Roskilde, shoot all week and then pick the shots the best summarized his Roskilde experience. Always up to the challenge, he has selected his 25 best photos from the 2015 Roskilde Festival
Click through on the photo below for the full gallery.
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