In Pictures: Slam Dunk Festival 2019 @ Hatfield

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For me, when it’s the bank holiday weekend of Slam Dunk Festival, it’s the sign that festival season has arrived. Slam Dunk is one of my favourite festivals and it’s grown from strength to strength. While there was no midlands date this year, both the North and South sites have now become open field festivals.

This year Slam Dunk didn’t disappoint, sticking to its mantra of hosting the best in rock, alternative, ska and punk music headliners across it’s eight stages included All Time Low, NOFX, Bullet For My Valentine, Glass Jaw, The Menzingers, Plain White T’s, IDKHOW and Motion City Soundtrack’s Justin Courtney Pierre.

Slam Dunk always treats us to those classic blasts from the pasts, as well as those newer bands making their stance on the music scene, and we were even treated to a secret set from Busted!

Check out our Slam Dunk experience in pictures below:

We can’t wait for next year’s announcement and hope to see you there!

For more information on Slam Dunk Festival, click here.

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