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Slam Dunk Festival Announce Acoustic Stage Acts!

Slam Dunk really don’t stop treating us. This time, it’s the full announcement of the acoustic stage! Speak Low If You Speak Love, Four Year Strong, Rob Lynch, Luke Rainsford, PVMNTS, Selfish Things and Cavetown will all be making unplugged appearances at Leeds, Hatfield and Birmingham over the May Bank Holiday weekend. Ryan Graham from State Champs will be headlining the stage as Speak Low if You Speak Love, following State… Keep Reading

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Slam Dunk Festival Add New Wave of Bands To The 2018 Line Up!

Slam Dunk Festival 2018 is looking to be a jam-packed killer this year, with the addition of 11 bands to the line-up. With more bands to soon be announced, Slam Dunk is well and truly shaping up to be a festival to remember! Joining the festival are As It Is, King Prawn, GutterMouth, Templeton Pek, The Dangerous Summer, Woes, and the additions to the Impericon stage that were announced Friday.… Keep Reading

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More Bands Announced for 2000 Trees!

2000 Trees have just announced a few more bands playing this year! Enter Shikari have been the second headline act to be announced joining At The Drive In, who have announced that this will be their only UK show this year. Boston Manor, Black Foxxes, Conjurer, SHVPES, Holding Absence, Holiday Oscar, Chapter and Verse and Loathes have also been announced for the three day festival. With more bands still set… Keep Reading

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Slam Dunk Festival Announce The First Six Acts For 2018

Renowned for their large line-up and packed days, Slam Dunk Festival has announced the first 6 bands playing next years dates! Jimmy Eat World will appear at their debut Slam Dunk Festival appearance as headline act. They will be joined by emo leaders Taking Back Sunday party-starters Four Year Strong, post-hardcore heroes Sleeping With Sirens, pop-punk’s hottest property State Champs and fast-rising mob Trash Boat, all of which are poised… Keep Reading

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