Thursday, May 23The Voice of London

More acts announced for Slam Dunk 2019

Showing no signs of slowing down, Slam Dunk Festival has revealed stage times for this year’s ultimate alternative extravaganza and added three incredible new acts, Hot Milk,TiLLie and Trophy Eyes’ John Floreani.

Ensuring no clashes between the Jagermeister Stage and Impericon Stage and also alternating the Dickies Stage and Marshall Stage, Slam Dunk have released this year’s festival so that eager festival goers can begin planning their day ahead of the upcoming May Bank Holiday weekender.

Mancunion newcomers Hot Milk are one of the UK’s freshest pop-punk acts. Following the release of their debut single ‘Awful Ever After’, the fiery four-piece have won over audiences across the UK and Europe with blistering live performances while supporting notable British rock acts You Me At Six and Deaf Havana. Hot Milk will appear on Slam Dunk’s Key Club Stage for an unforgettable festival first.

On playing their first festival, Han Mee of Hot Milk says;

“We are so excited for Slammy D to take our festival virginity!! We love Slam Dunk and we cannot wait to make that tent a sweaty jumpy mess with the best kind of humans. See ya there.”

Self-proclaimed anti-pop star TiLLie is sure to reign supreme at Slam Dunk Festival this summer. Armed with ear-worming melodies and a confident grrrl power attitude, the fast-rising multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter will perform a highly-anticipated show on the Acoustic Stage, packed full of stand-out tracks from her debut EP, ‘Loud Mouth’.

Opening Slam Dunk’s Acoustic Stage will be John Floreani. Dialling down the pop-punk energy, the Trophy Eyes’ frontman will appear at Slam Dunk, delivering an heartfelt set of emotive tracks from his hotly-tipped upcoming solo EP, ‘Sins’.

In addition to the infamous Slam Dunk Festival after parties, the UK’s favourite independent alternative weekender has added even more chances to get warmed up for the festivities ahead. The North pre-party will take place in Leeds at the Leeds Beckett Student Union and the South pre-party as hosted by Shove It will take place in London at Bloomsbury Bowling Lanes. Tickets are on sale now.

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