NEWS: Slam Dunk Festival confirm revised line-up for 2021!

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With new dates in September locked in, Slam Dunk Festival have now confirmed which acts confirmed for the original dates in May can remain for the 2021 line-up.

Along with confirming the acts that could still make it from the originally scheduled May dates, the festival organisers have also announced that Crown The Empire, Escape The Fate, Malevolence, Hacktivist, and Snuff will also be joining the bill.

The acts who sadly are unable to confirm that they can make the rescheduled dates and are no longer part of the bill are 3OH!3, Billy Talent, Code Orange, Dance Gavin Dance, Grayscale, Hands Like Houses, I Am The Avalanche, Issues, Motion City Soundtrack, Sleep On It, The Used, The Wonder Years, Young Guns, and Yours Truly.

As more acts have dropped out than have been newly confirmed, more names are set to join the bill in the coming weeks.

You can check out the updated full list of bands set to play the festival below.

The Baboon Show
Blood Youth
The Bottom Line
Bury Tomorrow
Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!
Comeback Kid
Crown The Empire *
Days N Daze
Deez Nuts
Doll Skin
Don Broco
Dream State
Escape The Fate *
Face To Face
The Faim
Four Year Strong
Free Throw
Hacktivist *
I Am The Avalanche
Ice Nine Kills
Knuckle Puck
Malevolence *
Mayday Parade
Me First And The Gimme Gimmes
Popes Of Chillitown
Reel Big Fish
Snuff *
State Champs
Static Dress
The Story So Far
Stray From The Path
Sum 41
This Wild Life
Trash Boat
The Vandals
We Are The In Crowd
While She Sleeps
With Confidence
Your Demise

* = new line-up addition

This year’s Slam Dunk Festival will take place on September 4th 2021 at Temple Newsam, Leeds and on September 5th 2021 at Hatfield Park, Hatfield.

Tickets from last year’s cancelled event will be honoured and remain valid for 2021.

Remaining tickets are on sale now with a range of payment plans, and can be purchased online from

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