posted by Lucy, Dec 5 2012
Christmas has come early for fans of Pop Punk, Ska and Emo across the country, as Slam Dunk Festival has a phenomenal initial announcement to unleash on the public! Not only have the festival organisers announced much earlier than in previous years, they have also extended its reach: as well as the successful North and South dates, a brand new third festival date will take place at Wolverhampton Civic on Bank Holiday Monday (27th May.)
Slam Dunk is pleased to announce that headlining this year’s festival is pop punk outfit All Time Low, with pop punk fans also being treated to Four Year Strong, The Wonder Years and Fireworks playing sets at the festival.
Coming back from a long hiatus with a new record and exclusive UK shows, much-loved rockers The Early November are also announced to be playing the festival weekend.
Ska lovers should also get excited by this first announcement, with The Skints and Streetlight Manifesto joining the bill.
Welcoming the heavier side of the festival, Slam Dunk is thrilled to be adding Pierce The Veil, Woe, Is Me and Senses Fail to this year’s line up. Punk fans will also be delighted to hear that Polar Bear Club and The Story So Far are also playing at this year’s festival.
With many more bands to be announced across all seven stages, Slam Dunk Festival is already shaping up to be a weekend that music lovers will never forget!