With less than a month left of 2017, the organisers of Slam Dunk Festival have treated us to a second announcement towards the line-up plans of their 2018 festivities, which already sees a headline slot booked for Jimmy Eat World, and as always will take place across the May bank holiday weekend.
Confirmed to be joining the festival’s 2018 line-up includes Good Charlotte, Thursday, Creeper, PVRIS, and Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes.
You can find the full line-up for the festival confirmed thus far detailed below.
Crown The Empire *
Every Time I Die *
Four Year Strong
Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes *
Good Charlotte *
Jimmy Eat World
Knuckle Puck *
Real Friends *
Sleeping With Sirens
Taking Back Sunday
* = New line-up addition
The event takes place on Bank Holiday weekend at the end of May, and will once again be held one day after the other in Leeds, Hatfield, and Birmingham.
MAY 26 – LEEDS, City Centre (Slam Dunk North)
MAY 27 – HATFIELD, Hatfield Park (Slam Dunk South)
MAY 28 – BIRMINGHAM, NEC (Slam Dunk Midlands)
Tickets for next year’s Slam Dunk Festival are on sale now, priced at £49 (plus booking fee) for the festival, or £55 (plus booking fee) to include after party access. After party tickets cannot be purchased separately.
Mega Tickets are also available, priced at £170 (plus booking fee) each, which will allow access to all three dates of the festival, plus access to the after party of each date, wristband exchange queue jump, and an exclusive t-shirt.
Also, for the first time in 2018, there’s an option to purchase a Tour Ticket, priced at £395 each. This will include everything that’s included with the Mega Tickets, along with arranged hotel accommodation in Leeds, Hatfield, and Birmingham, and transport from the North (Leeds) to South (Hatfield) events on the Sunday (May 26th) morning, and transport from the South (Hatfield) to Midlands (Birmingham) event on the Monday (May 27th) morning.
All ticket options can be purchased once they become available from Slam Dunk Festival‘s official website (here).
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