More bands announced for Hatfield Park music festival Slam Dunk

PUBLISHED: 15:21 13 March 2018 | UPDATED: 17:12 13 March 2018

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More bands have been added to the line-up of Hatfield’s Slam Dunk Festival.

Slam Dunk Festival 2018 line-upSlam Dunk Festival 2018 line-up

The touring pop-punk, ska punk, metal and alternative rock festival returns to the town at its new location in Hatfield Park on Sunday, May 27.

And organisers have confirmed another wave of bands playing the event, with Moose Blood, As It Is, The Dangerous Summer, Woes, ska-punk stalwarts King Prawn, Californian mob Guttermouth and Templeton Pek all confirmed to appear.

These additions follow The Devil Wears Prada, Astroid Boys, Brutality Will Prevail and Loathe, who were all announced for the Impericon Stage on Friday.

This year’s Slam Dunk will be co-headlined by Good Charlotte and Jimmy Eat World, with PVRIS, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Twin Atlantic, Taking Back Sunday and Sleeping With Sirens also appearing across the festival’s eight stages.

As well as visiting the grounds of Hertfordshire stately home Hatfield House, Slam Dunk 2018 will also take over Leeds city centre on Saturday, May 26 for Slam Dunk Festival North.

The Bank Holiday weekender will finish on Monday, May 28 at the Birmingham NEC with Slam Dunk Midlands.

Tickets cost £49. They are available from


Good Charlotte, Jimmy Eat World, PVRIS, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Taking Back Sunday, Sleeping With Sirens, State Champs, Twin Atlantic, Reel Big Fish, Goldfinger, Every Time I Die, Creeper, Thursday (UK Reunion Exclusive), Four Year Strong, The Skints, Zebrahead, The Audition (Worldwide Reunion Exclusive), Set Your Goals, Real Friends, Knuckle Puck, Northlane, Capdown, Save Ferris, Comeback Kid, Crown The Empire, Counterparts, Trash Boats, ROAM, Broadside, Can’t Swim, Palaye Royale, Sleep On It, Stand Atlantic, Milestones, Chapel, Dream State, Holding Absence, The Faim, Grayscale, The Devil Wears Prada, Astroid Boys, Brutality Will Prevail, Loathe, Moose Blood, As It Is, The Dangerous Summer, Woes, King Prawn, Guttermouth and Templeton Pek.

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