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July 30, 2019

This year was a monumental one Slam Dunk. For its 13th year, organisers had scrapped the Midlands date and took its first step to develop North from a multi-venue city event to a fully-fledged outdoor festival in Temple Newsam Park, matching South’s move from The Hatfield Forum to Hatfield Park last year. The big move did spark some apprehension amongst North attendees, fretting over transport, weather and the general functionality of the festiva...

February 14, 2019

Slam Dunk are known for never doing things by halves and that’s why we really should have expected for them to drip feed their final line-up throughout the early hours of the morning…

The first video dropped at 4am, showing Neck Deep’s Ben Barlow backstage on tour and announcing the pop punk quintet’s attendance. They headlined the festival’s Monster Energy stage in 2017 and are guaranteed to put on a raucous show.

The following announcement at 6am...

January 30, 2019

It’s already been confirmed that this year’s instalment of Slam Dunk is going to be different. With the festival growing bigger every year as they scrap the Midlands’ date to focus on expanding Leeds’, we’re going to witness it hit a monumental milestone. Now, they’ve hit us with another surprise as they’ve announced ten more acts which will have us even more conflicted when the stage-split announcement comes.

The first two names were dropped the...

July 3, 2018

We were all over Slam Dunk Festival this year. Here is a look back at Heathers time at Slam Dunk North...

By the size of the crowd they brought in, you’d never guess Astroid Boys (8/10) were the first band on. Fans boasted how they’d been waiting over an hour just to get to the barrier, highlighting the grime-punks’ popularity this year. Despite rapper Traxx tweeting the night prior to the first Slam Dunk show that he was too ill to perform, the f...

March 27, 2018

The main misconception about Slam Dunk Festival is that it’s just solely about showcasing pop punk bands, when in fact they’ve featured a stage dedicated to metalcore and hardcore since 2009. Their annual collaboration with Impericon means you get to see some of the biggest names in the heavier genres, as well as the up-and-comers. Here’s everything you need to know about this year’s Impericon Stage lineup…

Every Time I Die

Hardcore five-piece Ever...

March 16, 2018

Over the years Slam Dunk festival’s introducing stage has always showcased the best up and coming artists nationwide and this year is no exception, with Rock Sound’s breakout stage providing an absolutely stellar lineup. Here’s a breakdown on some of the bands you’ll be able to catch tearing it up over the bank holiday weekend. 


Cardiff’s Holding Absence are truly epic and are a must see at this years Slam Dunk. They’ve already had...

August 22, 2017

Jess sat down with Vukovi a while back and chatted about what's going on with their hectic scheduel since the debut release!

Noizze: So you guys have just released your self titled debut album and you been together seven years. How have you found the reception to your debut?

Janine: I felt like it was such a good turnout and people were singing, that’s not what I expected. That moment for me was kind of like “this album means something, this album...

June 16, 2017

Photo Credit: Jonathan Weiner 

Set It Off are continuing to solidify themselves as a pop punk band that are on a one stop path way of growth and experience, the jetpack that was set onto the band a few years ago doesn't seem to be running out of fuel yet, or even close to. We caught up with Zach and Maxx at Slam Dunk and had some questions for them.

Jess: How are you both doing today?


Zach: Great.

Maxx: We just got here, so far so good!

J: So...

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