In what consistently proves to be one of the best weekends of the year for live music, the annual Slam Dunk Festival today descends once more on to sun-drenched Leeds. Read more…
Say Anything returned to our shores for the first time in four years as part of Slam Dunk Festival – and they put on one hell of a show!
Taking Back Sunday took the day to an incredible close on the main stage at Slam Dunk Festival
Crown Jewel Defence have announced an exstensive run of UK dates, titled the Glittersweet Tour. With support from Summerlin and The Final Chapter its one summer tour you don’t want to miss.
01.07 – Joiners, Southampton
02.07 – The Hydrant, Brighton
03.07 – The Croft, Bristol
05.07 – The Ballroom, Birmingham
06.07 – Corporation, Sheffield
10.07 – Cathouse, Glasgow
11.07 – Tunnels, Aberdeen
12.07 – Electric Circus, Edinburgh
13.07 – Doghouse, Dundee
15.07 – Academy, Newcastle
16.07 – Fac251, Manchester
17.07 – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
18.07 – Brixton Jamm, London
Tickets are £8 and are on sale from the bands very own website http://crownjeweldefense.com
Midwesterners Motion City Soundtrack wowed the crowd on the main stage at Slam Dunk Festival
We caught up with Max Bemis, frontman of Say Anything to talk about their latest project Anarchy, My Dear, Festival Survival Tips and future plans.
Baltimore pop-punkers All Time Low have released a new song, The Reckless and The Brave, which can be streamed here.
Welsh favourites The Blackout hit the main stage of Slam Dunk Festival to warm the crowd for headliners Taking Back Sunday. Check out their antics in picture form…
There’s something magical about that last week in May. The sun comes out (in full force, sometimes, as tonight is the hottest one of the year so far) and for a few glorious days, our shores are teeming with some of the best bands in the world. Thanks, Slam Dunk, you’re the best. Read more…
We sat down with Evan Weiss aka Into It. Over It. at Slam Dunk Festival this past weekend to talk about Festival Survival Tips and dream Festival Line-ups.