Slam Dunk Festival South 2018 at Hatfield Park in pictures
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Slam Dunk Festival South rocked Hatfield Park for the first time on Sunday.
The touring pop-punk, ska punk, metal and alternative rock festival pitched up in the grounds of Hatfield House on May 27 after moving from the University of Hertfordshire.
More than 15,000 people attended the event, despite major disruption on the rail network over the late May bank holiday weekend.
There were eight stages dotted around the expansive Hertfordshire parkland site, with the two main stages headlined by Good Charlotte and Jimmy Eat World.
PVRIS, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Slam Dunk ‘house band’ Zebrahead, Taking Back Sunday, Me Vs Hero and State Champs also played the festival at its new Hatfield home.
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Elsewhere on the Slam Dunk line-up, there were sets from the likes of Creeper, The Audition, Knuckle Puck, Astroid Boys, Loathe, Sleeping With Sirens, Lower Than Atlantis and St Albans band Trash Boat.
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