Slam Dunk appearance for Framing Hanley in Hatfield

17:05 22 April 2011

American group Framing Hanley will be appearing at the southern leg of the Slam Dunk Festival at the University of Hertfordshire in Hatfield on Sunday, May 29

American group Framing Hanley will be appearing at the southern leg of the Slam Dunk Festival at the University of Hertfordshire in Hatfield on Sunday, May 29

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AMERICAN alternative rockers Framing Hanley will be dropping by Hatfield as part of their UK spring tour.

Following the huge success of last month’s Kerrang! Tour, which saw the Tennessee five-piece playing to sell-out crowds across the country in support of Good Charlotte, Nashville’s Framing Hanley will return to these shores in late May and are already eager to get back to this side of the Atlantic.

“We’ve been home a week now and we’re already thinking about our trip back in May and June,” said vocalist Kenneth Nixon.

“We hope people are excited as we are.”

Framing Hanley will be playing the Slam Dunk Festival at the University of Hertfordshire’s College Lane campus in Hatfield on Sunday, May 29, before heading to the studio to record the follow-up to their current album A Promise To Burn.

Tickets for the southern leg of Slam Dunk at the Forum cost £32.50 and can be bought from www.seetickets.com/Tour/SLAM-DUNK-FESTIVAL

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