In the latest Slam Dunk Festival line-up announcement, organisers have revealed eight more acts!
These are: While She Sleeps, Code Orange, This Wild Life, Doll Skin, Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!, Spunge, A and Popes Of Chillitown!
While She Sleeps will be headlining the Jagermeister stage! Matt Welsh said: “Slam Dunk is one of the best festivals and we always have a great time there, both playing and just experiencing the event. We’re very excited to be playing this year for 2020. Incredible line-up, incredible bands. We’re so stoked to be returning.”
Doll Skin will be making their SDF debut and are as excited as we are: “We are stoked out of our mind to be playing Slam Dunk. To be included in this line-up is something special. This is a surreal opportunity for us and we’re very excited to make our way across the pond to take Slam Dunk by storm. See you there!”
Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! were recently announced as one of the acts playing the first ever Slam Dunk Festival Paris! And now they’re also doing the main festival!
“We’re super excited to be back in the UK for these exclusive shows. We’ve had some of our best memories at Slam Dunk over the years and still remember the madness of our first show there 7 years ago. There’s simply a vibe and energy at SD that no other festivals can recreate. We cannot wait to get back out there and party with you all this spring!”
A‘s Jason Perry says the one phrase we’ve all been dying to say when it comes to Slam Dunk: “We’re five bad boys with the power to rock you and we’re gonna slam dunk da funk!”
Slam Dunk Festival 2020 has completed its first stage line-up. Feel-good punks Me First & The Gimme Gimmes and skater-ska-masters The Suicide Machines complete the Punk In Drublic stage which returns for its second year at Slam Dunk after NOFX and co.’s made for a more than memorable true punk takeover. The join Face To Face, The Vandals, Reel Big Fish, Pennywise and NOFX.
Slam Dunk Festival 2020 takes place over the second May bank holiday weekend:
Saturday, May 23: Leeds, Temple Newsam
Sunday, May 24: Hatfield, Hatfield Park