Slam Dunk Festival 2016 line-up and headliners announced
PUBLISHED: 09:18 25 November 2015 | UPDATED: 10:36 17 March 2016
Organisers of Slam Dunk 2016 have announced the first bands playing the Hatfield music festival next year, including the main stage headliners.
The touring pop punk, ska, emo and metalcore festival will return to The Forum Hertfordshire, on the University of Hertfordshire’s College Lane campus in Hatfield, on Monday, May 30 – the Spring May Bank Holiday.
Headlining the main stage at the festival’s 10th anniversary bash will be Panic! At The Disco.
Also announced today (Wednesday) are Of Mice & Men, New Found Glory and Four Year Strong.
Slam Dunk Festival headliners
2006: Fall Out Boy
2007: Reel Big Fish / Parmore
2008: Boys Like Girls / Cute is What We Aim For
2009: You Me At Six
2010: New Found Glory
2011: Less Than Jake / Reel Big Fish
2012: Taking Back Sunday
2013: All Time Low
2014: The All-American Rejects
2015: You Me At Six
2016: Panic! At The Disco
The SDF16 line-up will also include Every Time I Die, Issues, Memphis May Fire, Real Friends and many more across seven stages.
As well as Slam Dunk South in Hatfield, the festival will also visit Leeds city centre on Saturday, May 28 for Slam Dunk North.
Slam Dunk Midlands moves to a new site in 2016, with the festival taking place at Birmingham NEC on Sunday, May 29.
Last year the Midlands leg was held in Wolverhampton.
Tickets for Slam Dunk Festival 2016 go on sale on Friday, November 27 at 9am.
They are priced £42, or £47 including after show.
SLAM DUNK FESTIVAL 2016 LINE-UP UPDATED:
PANIC! AT THE DISCO
OF MICE & MEN
NEW FOUND GLORY
FOUR YEAR STRONG
EVERY TIME I DIE
MEMPHIS MAY FIRE
THE STORY SO FAR
SET YOUR GOALS
THE STARTING LINE
WE CAME AS ROMANS
MISS MAY I
HIT THE LIGHTS
THE KING BLUES
THE AMITY AFFLICTION
SHIKARI SOUND SYSTEM
THE WORLD ALIVE
CHUNK! NO, CAPTAIN CHUNK!
AS IT IS
HEART OF A COWARD
THE ONE HUNDRED
**** Latest additions ****
*** *Kerrang! Fresh Blood Stage ****
NEW YEARS DAY
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