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
If you're a Warped Tour veteran, you've probably heard of Hellogoodbye, let's face it ... who hasn't? and if you've been through your emo phase, well .. you've learnt the lyrics to Here (In Your Arms) and you sang them out loud to your friends at least a thousand times. One of the latest act to be announced, Hellogoodbye will co-headline the Marshall stage with Plain White T's this year at Slam Dunk to promote the new album S'Only Natural! But don't fear if you can't make it to the festival. The band will play a few shows around the UK which you can find out more about down below. The Voice of London had a little chat with lead singer Forrest Kline. What has the band up to? What is the message behind "S'Only Natural"? Read it all about here: You guys are playing Slam Dunk, how ...
With a lineup bursting with the very best names in alternative music, Slam Dunk Festival is thrilled to reveal stage splits for the May bank holiday weekender, which is set to touch down in Leeds Temple Newsam Park for the very first time and return to Hatfield Park after the success of last year’s greenfield event. In addition to this, Slam Dunk Festival have also revealed travel information and further afterparty details. In another Slam Dunk first, it has been announced that some stages will alternate their programming, becoming clash-proof. This year, neither the Jagermeister Stage or Impericon stage will clash, making sure fans of hardcore and metalcore will be able to catch both stage lineups throughout the day. In addition, The Dickies Stage and The Marshall Stage will not cl
Slam Dunk Festival, the unmissable pop-punk party of the summer, is delighted to reveal the final mind-blowing names for 2019’s instalment. Pop punks Neck Deep, As It Is, Boston Manor, A Loss For Words, Grandson, Press to Meco, A Story Untold, Between You & Me, SHVPES, Kublai Khan, Cruel Hand. As well as these exciting new additions, Slam Dunk Festival have also announced the programming of the legendaryAcoustic Stage for the May Bank Holiday. Fresh from storming across the UK’s monumental arenas with Don Broco, Neck Deepstand as one of the biggest British pop-punk bands of the 21st century. Their unapologetic twist on such a celebrated and classic sound has cemented their place as prominent movers and shakers of the scene. The Hopeless Records’ act kicked off their global tour