Slam Dunk have begun to finalise their 2017 lineup with another wave of acts.
Japanese electronicore-turned-party-metal crew Crossfaith are returning to Slam Dunk, having last played the festival in 2015.
Jack’s Mannequin main-man Andrew McMahon performs his ‘in the wilderness’ project, whilst pop-punk hopefuls Waterparks and With Confidence add that traditional Slam Dunk vibe.
MILK TEETH, Black Foxxes, Decade, Counterfeit., Fort Hope, SHVPES & Puppy have also been announced, joining headliners Enter Shikari, who are celebrating the 10th anniversary of their debut album, Take To The Skies, as well as Don Broco, Bowling For Soup, Neck Deep, Less Than Jake, Reel Big Fish, Deaf Havana, Beartooth, Tonight Alive, and We Are The Ocean among many more.
They’ve also announced that they’re not done with adding to the lineup just yet, with a New Bands stage on its way and a competition to earn the chance to grace the Slam Dunk stage too.
Slam Dunk takes place in Birmingham, Leeds, and Hatfield between 26 – 28 May.