Uprawr DJ Stage line-up revealed for Slam Dunk Festival 2015
PUBLISHED: 11:25 25 March 2015 | UPDATED: 11:25 25 March 2015
Slam Dunk Festival 2015 organisers have revealed the full line-up for the Uprawr DJ Stage set for Hatfield in May.
Slam Dunk Festival dates and venues
* Slam Dunk North:
Saturday, May 23: Leeds City Centre – Millennium Square, surrounding on-street stages, O2 Academy and Leeds Beckett Uni.
* Slam Dunk South:
Sunday, May 24: Hatfield – The Forum Hertfordshire, University of Hertfordshire.
* Slam Dunk Midlands:
Bank Holiday Monday, May 25: Wolverhampton – Wulfrun Hall, Civic Hall and surrounding area/Wolves city centre.
The touring pop-punk, ska, hardcore, punk and rock music festival stops by The Forum Hertfordshire, on the University of Hertfordshire’s College Lane campus, on Sunday, May 24.
The full line-up for the Uprawr DJ Stage has now been announced for Hatfield and sister sites Leeds and Wolverhampton.
The stage will see DJ sets on all three days from the likes of double act Dani and Davyd Winter-Bates, Slam Dunk regular Tek One and Mel Clarke.
After two years of playing the festival with Bury Tomorrow, Dani and Davyd Winter-Bates will be back once again.
Now almost a resident of Slam Dunk, the ever-popular Tek One will also be returning.
The stage will also see the debut of French DJ artist The Algorithm, who infuses modern metal riffs and rhythms with a menagerie of electronic sub-genres such as IDM, chiptune and Trap, concocting his own style of fiercely heavy and individual music.
Hopefully bringing his well-known wild performances to the DJ stage, Terufumi Tomano will be taking time away from playing keyboard on another stage with Japanese electronic metal band Crossfaith.
Model-turned-DJ Mel Clarke will no doubt bring one of her party smashing sets each day, which will also be completed by the other Uprawr resident DJs.
Slam Dunk North takes place in Leeds city centre on Saturday, May 23.
After travelling south to Hatfield the following day, the tour ends with Slam Dunk Midlands in Wolverhampton on Bank Holiday Monday, May 25.