The Beat, and The JB Conspiracy lead the latest additions for Slam Dunk's 10th edition taking place on the May Bank Holiday weekend on Saturday 28th May in Leeds City Centre, Sunday 29th May at The NEC in Birmingham, and Monday 30th May at The University of Hertfordshire in Hatfield.
Also announced is the return of the acoustic / solo stage headlined by a solo performance by Bryce Avary, Rob Lynch, The Away Days, Elder Brother, Greywind, Grumble Bee, Seafoal, Bethan Leadley, and Lianne Kaye.
Plus more acts for the dance inspired UPRAWR stage including Bury Tomorrow (DJ Set), Mel Clark, Party Blinders, and Uprawr Resident DJs.
They join headliners Panic At The Disco, plus New Found Glory, Of Mice & Men, The King Blues, Shikari Sound System, Moose Blood, The Amity Affliction, The World Alive, Chunk! No Captain Chunk!, Catch 22, Four Year Strong, Yellowcard, Mayday Parade, Hit The Lights, Roam, Northlane, Hacktivist, Cancer Bats, Norma Jean, Every Time I Die, Issues, Memphis May Fire, Mallory Knox, The Starting Line, Young Guns, Coldrain, As It Is, Trash Boat, WSTR, King Prawn, The One Hundred, The Qemists, Spunge, Heart Of A Coward, Astroid Boys, The Story So Far, Set Your Goals, Zebrahead, Capdown, We Came As Romans, Miss May I, and Real Friends.
Expect over 8 stages of acts to be announced in total.
For the line-up details as available see the Slam Dunk line-up page.
Slam Dunk organiser Ben Ray has also made the unusual announcement that 2 of the 3 events are near to selling out,. "People on social media are continually asking us how many tickets we have left and when the events will sell out. As this may be the last pay week for many to buy tickets, I felt it necessary to speak out. We are certain that the South site in Hatfield, which now is the smallest, will sell out by the end of the next month and before the next payday. This probably will be the same for Leeds but with that I’m a bit less certain. I’m happy to say though that the new large site at the NEC can accommodate more, so we should have tickets left till a lot nearer the event. We don’t feel as bad when people can’t get tickets if we have given them plenty of warning!"
Tickets are priced at £42 of £47 with afterparty. There's also a megaticket for all three days priced at £150.
There will be more announcements to come from the world of pop punk, rock and punk over the coming weeks.
This event is for over 14s only.
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