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FESTIVAL NEWS: Slam Dunk Announces Stage Splits, Travel Information & Afterparty Details

Slam Dunk Festival 2019

Just a few months away and with so many great bands confirmed, Slam Dunk Festival have announced their stage splits to help you prepare your day, as well as travel information and afterparty details.

For the first time 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 clash with each other either.

Stage splits are as follows:

Monster Stage

All Time Low
New Found Glory

Neck Deep
Simple Plan
As It Is
Boston Manor

Punk In Drublic Stage

Bad Religion
Less Than Jake
The Interrupters 
Mad Caddies
The Bombpops 

Jagermeister Stage

Bullet For My Valentine
The Word Alive
Story Of The Year
Wage War
The Plot In You

Impericon Stage

The Bronx
Cancer Bats
Angel Du$t
Knocked Loose 

Dickies Stage

The Menzingers
Touche Amore
Tiny Moving Parts
The Get Up Kids
Saves The Day
Tigers Jaw
Milk Teeth 

Marshall Stage

Plain White T’s
Real Friends
Trophy Eyes
A Loss For Words 

Plus secret special guest.

The Key Club Stage


Employed To Serve
Between You & Me
Story Untold
Press To MECO
Our Hollow, Our Home
Kublai Khan
Cruel Hand

Secret special guests still to be announced.

Acoustic Stage

Justin Courtney Pierre (Motion City Soundtrack)
Rob Lynch
Liam Cromby
Chas Palmer Williams (Lightyears)
Lizzy Farrall 

The festival will only take place across two dates this year, in Hatfield and Leeds. After the huge success of their move to Hatfield House last year, the festival has also announced plans for a new site for Slam Dunk North, moving to Leeds Temple Newsam Estate.

Full dates:


Sat 25th – LEEDS – Temple Newsam Park
Sun 26th – HATFIELD – Hatfield Park

Festival gates and wristband exchange will be open from 9am, with the main arena open from 11am and first acts on from 11:45am. All acts will be finished by 10pm, with a 11pm festival curfew.

It’s also important that you plan your travel in advance! Tickets for car parking, coaches from other cities and shuttle busses are available HERE.

Tickets are on sale now and available HERE, priced at £59 (subject to booking fees). For more information and the full line-up, head to the Slam Dunk Festival website.

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