Slam Dunk Festival back for 2017

21 April 2017 Entertainment Music Reviews What's On

Slam Dunk is back for its usual dose of all things pop punk, loud and rowdy over the May Day bank holiday weekend in 3 venues up and down the country!

St Alban’s finest, Enter Shikari, headline the main stage this year and will be playing their debut album Take To The Skies in full  to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of its release, and are joined by Don Broco, Deaf Havana, Crossfaith, Neck Deep, special guests Bury Tomorrow and many more across the 8 stages in Leeds City Centre.

The festival is taking place in Birmingham, Leeds and Hatfield this year and is spread over many prolific venues throughout the cities so there’s plenty of choice for music goers this time round if a band doesn’t take your fancy.

Not only is the festival returning, but the famous Slam Dunk Afterparty is back too for those attending who are over 18 and want to keep the party going with the bands!

Tickets are £48 but are selling out fast so make sure to grab one from one of the websites below before you miss out:


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