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  1. LRDJ

    Slam Dunk 2019

    So I made a first prediction of the lineup like I did last year, it's probably quite off and is based off of a single main stage but anyway: Main Stage: You Me At Six / Sum 41/ Architects Neck Deep New Found Glory/The All-American Rejects While She Sleeps Against The Current Marmozets Boston Manor Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! Pop Punk Stage: The Wonder Years The Story So Far Real Friends Seaway Trophy Eyes WSTR Movements Homebound Light Pop Punk Stage: The Front Bottoms/Mayday Parade Waterparks Basement SWMRS Milk Teeth Remo Drive Slaughter Beach, Dog Puppy Heavy Stage: Beartooth / Underoath Bury Tomorrow Dance Gavin Dance Stick To Your Guns Knocked Loose Bleed From Within Being As An Ocean Casey Blood Youth Ska/Alternative Stage: Simple Plan(?) / NOFX (?) / Rancid (?) Less Than Jake Flogging Molly Thursday Zebrahead The Interrupters Bad Cop/Bad Cop Patent Pending Gnarwolves Introducing Stage: Microwave Free Throw Columbus I, The Mapmaker Head North Higher Power Wallflower Layover Safeguard Other Possibilities: Mallory Knox Andy Black / Black Veil Brides MxPx Citizen Like Pacific Mom Jeans Graduating Life Stand Atlantic Tiny Moving Parts Courage My Love All Get Out The Bottom Line The Gospel Youth Asking Alexandria Thy Art Is Murder $uicideboy$ Malevolence Deez Nuts Napoleon Kublai Khan Bands I want to play but won't: American Football Turnstile (download) Code Orange
  2. LRDJ

    Slam Dunk 2019

    This year's clash was just as stupid so it's almost certainly gonna be what happens
  3. LRDJ

    Slam Dunk 2019

    Seeing as there's been a bit of discussion about this on the 2018 thread, I thought I might as well start a new thread for next year's festival. For the headliner, I'm going for either: All Time Low (possibly playing Nothing Personal in full) Neck Deep / Sum 41 coheadline You Me At Six Architects I think the two main stage thing was a one-off, and next year will be a return to the more traditional format with a separate main stage and "pop-punk" stage. Thoughts?
  4. LRDJ

    Slam Dunk 2018

    Do you think there'll be two main stages, or was it just because they had two "headliners" this year? My main stage prediction is currently looking like Architects or Parkway Drive / Neck Deep / The All-American Rejects or New Found Glory / Marmozets / While She Sleeps / Waterparks / Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! / WSTR, with Sum 41 headlining another stage, but maybe that's a bit ambitious. Plus if they were "co-headlining" I guess Neck Deep would be on another stage 😏
  5. LRDJ

    Slam Dunk 2018

    I think they could get away with it, but it depends on who the headliner is. If it's Sum 41 or Neck Deep, I think it'd be a coheadliner - it'd need to be a big or very well established band for them to sub imo, such as Shikari last year.
  6. LRDJ

    Slam Dunk 2018

    I'd have Sum 41 as a sub too, seems about right and they'd go down as well, if not better than Taking Back Sunday. To be fair to Good Charlotte, they sounded pretty good live, although for me they haven't had a good album in over 15 years. Jimmy Eat World were excellent imo, shame they've been stagnant for so long because they deserve better. Next year I expect Boston Manor, Waterparks, The Story So Far, Less Than Jake, Beartooth, Neck Deep, While She Sleeps and Mayday Parade to show up in big slots. I have a full prediction but it needs ironing out a little 😅
  7. LRDJ

    Slam Dunk 2018

    Also I wonder if they'll keep the two main stages setup from this year. Personally I thought the lineup was stronger, but the organisation and execution was worse than previous years. The main stages being so far away at North was a complete farce though, and the marketing of coheadliners when they clashed was nonsensical and misleading to me.
  8. LRDJ

    Slam Dunk 2018

    As much as I think it'd be a good idea for them to start trying to book bigger headliners, I'm not sure they'll do it because it seems to still sell well despite the medium sized headliners. But yeah, if they did bands like BMTH, ADTR, even Blink if they were really going for it aren't completely unimaginable, but I can't see it as surely they'd be offered high slots for more money at other, bigger festivals. For me though, next year's headliner is a bit of a struggle. I could see it being Neck Deep with a strong undercard/coheadliner, like Architects or Parkway Drive, Sum 41, NFG etc., but knowing Slam Dunk it'll probably be something underwhelming like You Me At Six or All Time Low (although it's the 10 year anniversary of Nothing Personal next year) wiht Neck Deep under them. I'd laugh if it's Weezer
  9. LRDJ

    Slam Dunk 2018

    https://clashfinder.com/s/slamdunk20183day/
  10. LRDJ

    Slam Dunk 2018

    My day's looking like this: Knuckle Puck > Four Year Strong > Astroid Boys > Four Year Strong (acoustic) > Roam/Counterparts (will decide on the day) > a bit of Moose Blood > Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes > Taking Back Sunday > Good Charlotte / Jimmy Eat World (will decide on the day) Not bad for £55, although I've seen all of them before bar 3. Not complaining though
  11. LRDJ

    Slam Dunk 2018

    Slam Dunk do pretty misleading advertising quite a lot and I also agree that it isn't fair, if a coheadliner is being advertised it's a fair assumption to make that'd you'd be able to watch both bands one after the other. Saying this, I'm not that surprised that GC and JEW are on different stages. Clashes for me are the worst ever, but I think this is because of a better lineup overall for me, plus I've seen the majority of the bands on the bill before so I can live without seeing them again (except for Four Year Strong, I'd never miss them in a million years).
  12. LRDJ

    Slam Dunk 2018

    Thursday and Real Friends were the other two.
  13. LRDJ

    Slam Dunk 2018

    Set Your Goals have dropped out as well now. Never seen three artists drop out from Slam Dunk in a single year before.
  14. LRDJ

    Slam Dunk 2018

    They'll probably be playing lower down than expected. Might mean they're on main stage as they'd be lower down on there than on a pop punk stage.
  15. LRDJ

    Slam Dunk 2018

    I think they're announcing the acoustic stage lineup tomorrow. I know Luke Rainsford is playing it, and apparently he "is going to be announcing the biggest thing in his career to date" tomorrow.
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