The stage splits 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.
The main Jagermeister Stage has Enter Shikari’s debut Slam Dunk Festival performance, We Are The Ocean’s final farewell, and acts such as Don Broco, Deaf Havana, Beartooth, We Are The Ocean, Crossfaith, Andrew McMahon as well as soon-to-announced secret special guest performance.
The pop-punk Monster Stage lines up headliners Neck Deep, pop-punk legends The Movielife, We The Kings who perform their debut albums in full, and will bring together stage The Maine, Cute Is What We Aim For, WSTR, Trophy Eyes and Like Pacific.
For ska it's the Fireball Stage, compared by MC Lars and headlined by Texan heavyweights Bowling For Soup, with fan-favourites Less Than Jake, Reel Big Fish, Goldfinger, Mad Caddies, Zebrahead, The Ataris and Fenix TX.
The Key Club Stage has some of the most exciting acts in contemporary rock music, with headliners Tonight Alive are Set It Off, Seaway, Waterparks, With Confidence, UK natives Boston Manor, Blackfoxxes, Decade, and Fort Hope.
Punk and everything in between can be found on the Signature Brew Stage as Against Me! and The Bronx lead the charge, with Crime In Stereo are set to show acts and audience goers alike how it’s done, plus Frank Iero & The Patience, Citizen, Turnover, Milk Teeth, Sorority Noise and Puppy all making their Slam Dunk debuts.
Getting heavy, the Impericon stage has American goliaths Memphis May Fire and Stray From The Path. In addition to these heavyweights, The Impericon Stage also welcomes the return of Madina Lake and Shvpes, I Prevail, Ice Nine Kills, Oceans Ate Alaska, as well as Slam Dunk debutants Counterfeit and Too Close To Touch.
One for the new music aficionados, the Rock Sound Breakout Stage will see the hottest new bands perform on Slam Dunk Festival’s newest stage. Aussie troupe Ocean Grove and American favourites Makeout and Sylar will appear alongside Area 11, Casey, Homebound, Make Out, Sylar, The Gospel Youth and Vukovi.
Finally, the Uprawr Stage will return to Slam Dunk with a host of exciting acoustic acts and party-starting DJs, still to bew announced.
See the line-up page for the full stage details.
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.
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