Slam Dunk Festival has confirmed acts on The Key Club stage at this year’s event will play side-by-side with zero clashes.
A Left Key stage and Right Key stage will see a full day of the hottest indie and pop-punk talent perform in London and in Leeds.
Confirming the news on Friday, The Hunna are set to headline the Left Key while The Maine will top the bill of the Right Key.
Festival goers praised the news, saying “gonna be here most of the day to be honest” and “I’m gonna be dizzy from all the back and forth” as they marvelled at the acts.
As well as the headline names, some of the industry’s freshest talent will appear at the festival. Jxdn and Charlotte Sands are two names to note on the Left Key with NOAHFINNCE and LØLØ must-see acts on the right.
A familiar name from CelebMix’s Ones to Watch for 2023 is also on the bill with The Tyne playing on the Right Key.
The rising stars toured the UK last year, released a debut EP brimming with personality and teamed up with NOAHFINNCE on ‘(NOT A) LOVE SONG’ earlier this year – do we smell a Slammy collab coming up for that one, boys?
Tickets for Slam Dunk are available now and can be purchased on the festival website.