This summer’s unmissable pop-punk party Slam Dunk Festival is only a month away. But the festival has left the best until last with its latest line-up announcement – with bands including Lower Than Atlantic, Homesafe and Say Anything joining the bill.
The final act announcement also included the reunion of British rockers Me Vs Hero, who will play their debut album ‘Days That Shape Our Lives’ in full.
Mike Duce of Lower Than Atlantis said: “Slam Dunk is one of my favourite festivals in the world! The crowds are always up for a laugh and I feel like almost every band’s sets feel like a headline set.
“It’ll also be really nice for us to see all our mates that are in other bands. Social media content for days, a banging rock n roll show and then we make the big party!”
The four newly-announced bands will join headliners Good Charlotte and Jimmy Eat World in Leeds, Hatford, and Wolverhampton between May 26 and 28.
Slam Dunk Festival has also dropped this year’s highly-anticipated stage splits.
On the Jagermeister stage this year you can catch pop-punk titans Good Charlotte as they make their Slam Dunk Festival debut, alongside PVRIS and Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes, as well as amazing acts such as State Champs, Knuckle Puck, Four Year Strong, Sleeping with Sirens and Creeper.
The Monster stage will see a headline set from emo-rock legends Jimmy Eat World as they celebrate their 25th anniversary.
Also performing will be Taking Back Sunday, Lower Than Atlantis, Moose Blood, and Twin Atlantic, The Audition, and The Dangerous Summer.
You can check out the full line-up and stage splits below.