Most consider the festival season a bit of a none starter if they didn't get the chance to make it to Slam Dunk. Travelling through three major UK locations each year during the May bank holiday music lovers in their hordes religiously flock to the event. With a few big changes to the stage arrangements this year, along with a duel headline setup, we took a trip down to this year's event in Leeds to see what all of the fuss was about.
It's finally the time of year where Slam Dunk Festival returns, taking over Leeds, Hatfield and Birmingham for three days of rock, metal and punk. Bigger and better than ever, with Hatfield expanding to a new site, we're spoilt for choice and can't wait to be back at one of our favourite festivals of the year. Wondering who to check out this weekend? Here are some of our top picks!
Almost two years on from their debut record Blossom and Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes are back with their second album Modern Ruin. In true Carter fashion, there’s no sitting on the same formula that made Blossom great, but instead, there’s a thirst for something new.