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SLAM DUNK FESTIVAL REVEAL NAMES FOR SEPTEMBER INSTALLMENT

After riding out the turbulence of 2020, Slam Dunk Festival are thrilled to reveal Sum 41 and Don Broco will return as headliners for the rescheduled September dates.

Slam Dunk Festival

HEADLINERS SUM 41 + DON BROCO

ALONGSIDE
WHILE SHE SLEEPS, WE ARE THE IN CROWD, COMEBACK KID, THE STORY SO FAR, MAYDAY PARADE, FOUR YEAR STRONG, ICE NINE KILLS, STATE CHAMPS AND MANY MORE

After riding out the turbulence of 2020, Slam Dunk Festival are thrilled to reveal Sum 41 and Don Broco will return as headliners for the rescheduled September dates. Now taking place on Saturday 4th September (North) and Sunday 5th September (South), Slam Dunk Festival are set to welcome While She Sleeps, Comeback Kid, The Story So Far, We Are The In Crowd, NOFX among other legendary alternative names. New additions to the line-up are: Crown The Empire, Escape The Fate, Hacktivist, Malevolence and Snuff. 

Slam Dunk Festival 2021

RESCHEDULED DATES:
SATURDAY 4TH SEPTEMBER 2021
SLAM DUNK FESTIVAL NORTH –  TEMPLE NEWSAM PARK, LEEDS

SUNDAY 5TH SEPTEMBER 2021
SLAM DUNK FESTIVAL SOUTH –  HATFIELD PARK, HATFIELD

Slam Dunk Festival Director Ben Ray says ‘It was a shame we have had to move the festival again from May however we feel the guidance now is clear enough to know the event will happen in September. With over 2 months between the June 21st reopening date and the festival we certainly think there is enough breathing space! After having announced the date change after the government announcement, we felt only right to take a bit of time to check with artists who could still do the new dates, before we re announced them. Now we can reveal these and I am so happy so many can make the new dates!

Slam Dunk Festival 2021 line up is as follows: 

HEADLINERS: SUM 41 AND DON BROCO 

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BASEMENT

BLOOD YOUTH

BURY TOMORROW

CHUNK! NO, CAPTAIN CHUNK!

COMEBACK KID

COUNTERPARTS

CROWN THE EMPIRE

DAYS N DAZE

DEEZ NUTS

DOLLSKIN

DREAM STATE

ESCAPE THE FATE

FACE TO FACE

FOUR YEAR STRONG

FREE THROW

HACKTIVIST

ICE NINE KILLS

KNUCKLE PUCK

MALEVOLENCE

MAYDAY PARADE

ME FIRST & THE GIMME GIMMES

MOVEMENTS

NOFX

NORMANDIE

PENNYWISE

POPES OF CHILLITOWN

REEL BIG FISH

ROAM

SNUFF

SPUNGE

STATE CHAMPS

STATIC DRESS

STRAY FROM THE PATH

THE BABOON SHOW

THE BOTTOM LINE

THE STORY SO FAR

THE VANDALS

THIS WILD LIFE

TRASH BOAT

VUKOVI

WARGASM

WE ARE THE IN CROWD

WHILE SHE SLEEPS

WITH CONFIDENCE

YOUR DEMISE

ZEBRAHEAD

TICKET INFORMATION

All previously purchased tickets for 2020’s event will remain valid. 

General Admission Tickets to Slam Dunk Festival are £75* 

Slam Dunk Festival’s Launch Party will now take place at Leeds Beckett SU on Friday 3rd September. Tickets are £8 and are available here

Slam Dunk North After Party will take place at Leeds University Student Union. Tickets are £6, available here

Slam Dunk South Afterparty will take place at o2 Academy Islington. Tickets are £8, available here

For more information or to purchase both opening party and festival tickets, please visit www.slamdunkfestival.com. All ticket prices are subject to booking fees.

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