DukeofDK wrote: Supers:
See Coldblooded's post
Reunions which could he Superheadliners:
Although I doubt it
Not popular enough in Denmark:
Dave Matthews Band
To consider: would it be too early to bring back:
(all's super-status being questioned, despite my admiration for them)
Springsteen and Prince definitely are too early (although I'd love to have them)
I'd definitely say that Radiohead are big enough to be a superheadliner. Their gig in 2008 at Roskilde proved it too, I'd say. Still one of the top 10 best concerts I've witnessed. Conversely, Foo Fighters played a great show in 2005, but it was a bit short for a headlining gig (75 min) and Dave Grohl basically spent the last 15-20 minutes running around among the audience (played a whole song standing on top of the sound hut as far as I recall). It was headliner-worthy, but I can't see them playing a late Saturday slot like Paul McCartney.
Both R.E.M. and The Police are probably too soon to hope for reunions.
Of the 'not popular enough'-group, I have been rooting for Fleetwood Mac for years. They're maybe not big enough to be superheadliners, but they'd be a really great oldie to bring back.
It's not too early to bring back Neil Young, but his last few albums have all been a bit crap. Bob Dylan played in Aarhus last year and his voice is basically gone. If anyone complained that McCartney's voice isn't what it has been... boy, you should've heard Dylan's unintelligible growling. The Who are on a farewell tour and have maybe already played their final UK gig, so unless that tour somehow extends into summer 2016, we won't be seeing them back at Roskilde.