Slam Dunk Festival 2013 stage line-ups revealed
PUBLISHED: 21:10 04 May 2013 | UPDATED: 20:37 19 May 2013
THE Slam Dunk 2013 stage line-up splits have been revealed by organisers of the touring festival heading to Hatfield later this month.
A poster on the festival’s website and official Facebook page shows who will be playing where over the late May Bank Holiday weekend.
Slam Dunk’s sold-out southern leg takes place at the University of Hertfordshire in Hatfield for the fourth time on Sunday, May 26.
The Kerrang! Jagermeister Main Stage will be headlined by Maryland pop-punks All Time Low, just days before they support fellow Americans Green Day at Arsenal FC’s Emirates Stadium.
Also down to play Slam Dunk’s biggest arena are Deaf Havana, Kids in Glasss Houses, Sleeping With Sirens, We Are The Ocean, Mallory Knox, Tonight Alive and The Summer Set.
No stage times have been announced yet though.
Four Year Strong will top the bill on the Macbeth Footwear Stage.
They will be joined by the likes of The Early November, The Wonder Years, Allister, Man Overboard, Fireworks, Transit, The Story So Far and The American Scene.
Progressive post-hardcore outfit Pierce The Veil are the biggest act on the Monster Stage.
They will appear after sets by Memphis May Fire, Bury Tomorrow and Woe, Is Me.
The stage will also see performances throughout the day from The Word Alive, Hands Like Houses, WGC hardcore heroes Heights, Our Last Night, House vs Hurricane and Heart in Hand.
Ska-punk legends King Prawn will make their live comeback on the Vans Off The Wall Stage alongside The Skints.
Also playing the stage at SDF13 will be Streetlight Manifesto, Polar Bear Club, Me vs Hero, [spunge], Itch, MC Lars and Gnarwolves.
The Tiger Stage will feature a headline performance from Canadian hardcore rockers Cancer Bats.
Senses Fail, Devil Sold His Soul, Yashin, Blitz Kids, Heroes for Hire, French band Chunk! No. Captain Chunk! and Handguns are also due to play.
The Keep A Breast Stage will feature solo spots from Andrew McMahon, Jonny Craig, Gavin Butler, William Beckett, Ace Enders, Chas Palmer-Williams, Class of ’92, Sophomore and Marc Halls.
Caspa, meanwhile, brings his set over to Slam Dunk this year to headline the Front Magazine x Sinstar Dance Stage.
Also appearing will be live dubstep trio Tek-One, Tyler Mae with an exclusive live set, Pesk & Boca, Trolley Snatcha and local DJs.
If last year’s Slam Dunk South layout is anything to go by, the main stage at Hatfield will be held outdoors on the University of Hertfordshire’s Hutton Lawn.
The main indoor arena will be inside the Forum Hertfordshire’s 1,500-capacity Auditorium, scene of a sell-out show by Enter Shikari last month.
Other stages at the College Lane entertainment complex will be situated in the Style Bar, upstairs in the Attic, in the ground floor Refectory, over in the adjoining EleHouse and outdoors in the piazza.
Slam Dunk North visits Leeds the day before the Hatfield date, with the opening leg of the festival tour having already sold out.
The festival travels to new venue Wolverhampton Civic on Bank Holiday Monday, May 27.
Tickets for Slam Dunk Midlands cost £34, and £38 with aftershow party. Tickets for Hatfield and Leeds have sold out.
They are available from www.slamdunkmusic.com
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