Crossfaith, With Confidence, Waterparks, Decade & more for Slam Dunk 201717

Counterfeit Milk Teeth Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness & more

published: Wed 15th Mar 2017

Crossfaith

Saturday 27th to Monday 29th May 2017
Leeds, Birmingham, Hatfield, England
£44 of £49 with afterparty
daily capacity: 15000
last updated: Mon 24th Apr 2017

Another batch of acts have been revealed for Slam Dunk which takes place on the May Bank Holiday weekend kicking off in Birmingham on Saturday 27th May, at Leeds on Sunday 28th May, and Hatfield - which has sold out - on Monday 29th May.

Getting international, the new names are Crossfaith from Japan, With Confidence from Australia, Waterparks from Texas, Decade, Counterfeit, Milk Teeth, Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness, Black Foxxes, Fort Hope, Shvpes, and Puppy.

Speaking about the announcement, Counterfeit says "We are SO stoked to be playing at Slam Dunk this year! Some of our favourite artists are playing and its gonna be great to get out there alongside them."

With seven more stage splits to be revealed, acts already confirmed include headliners Enter Shikari, plus Beartooth, Neck Deep, Tonight Alive, and more. For all the lineup details available so far please see here.

The festival will have the same acts and number of stages as the at each of the locations, and attendees can expect over 60 acts across multiple stages. There will be more announcements to come from the world of pop punk, rock and punk over the coming weeks.

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Tickets for each day are priced at £44 of £49 with afterparty. Tickets are still available for Birmingham and Leeds, but the Hatfield event is now sold out.

NOTE: This event is for over 14s only.



Saturday 27th to Monday 29th May 2017
Leeds, Birmingham, Hatfield, England
£44 of £49 with afterparty
daily capacity: 15000
last updated: Mon 24th Apr 2017


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