Taking place in Birmingham, Leeds and Hatfield across the May Bank Holiday weekend, Slam Dunk Festival boasts a diverse pop-punk line-up for 2017.
Slam Dunk Festival 2017 has announced even more acts for this year’s pop-punk extravaganza. Japanese electronic masters Crossfaith, Australian young bloods With Confidence and the slick pop-punk trio Waterparks will appear alongside Decade, Counterfeit, Milk Teeth, Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness, Black Foxxes, Fort Hope, SHVPES and Puppy over the May Bank Holiday weekend.
In addition to these names, Slam Dunk Festival has also announced that the south site, taking place at Hatfield, The Forum has sold out in record time. Both standard tickets and afterparty tickets for Birmingham and Leeds are still available but festival fans are urged to buy their tickets from official ticket agents as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
See the video to ‘Don’t Speak For Me (True)’ by Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness:
Offering an unparalleled display of pop-punk movers and shakers across 8 stages, Slam Dunk Festival is set to celebrate all things alternative as it welcomes one-off anniversary performances from headliners Enter Shikari, debut albums in full with American pop-rockers Cute Is What We Aim For and We The Kings, a special reunion performance from Madina Lake and the final-ever shows from We Are The Ocean. Whether you’re at Birmingham on May 27th, Leeds on May 28th or Hatfield on May 29th, Slam Dunk Festival 2017 will be the ultimate alternative party of the summer.
Full line-up announced so far:
Enter Shikari, Don Broco, Bowling For Soup, Neck Deep, Less Than Jake, Reel Big Fish, Deaf Havana, Beartooth, Tonight Alive, We Are The Ocean, Crossfaith, Against Me!, The Bronx, With Confidence, Goldfinger, Mad Caddies, Waterparks, The Movielife, Frank Iero & The Patience, Decade, Zebrahead, Counterfeit, We The Kings, The Ataris, Fenix TX, Milk Teeth, The Maine, Cute Is What We Aim For, Memphis May Fire, Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness, Madina Lake, Set It Off, Citizen, Black Foxxes, Turnover, Crime In Stereo, Seaway, Fort Hope, SHVPES, Trophy Eyes, Boston Manor, WSTR, Like Pacific, Puppy, Sorority Noise, Stray From The Path, I Prevail, Ice Nine Kills, Oceans Ate Alaska, Too Close To Touch, MC Lars.
Slam Dunk Festival takes place in Birmingham, Leeds and Hatfield on 27-29 May. Tickets for Birmingham and Leeds are still available here. Hatfield has already SOLD OUT!