The annual one-day festival – which takes place on 25 May 2019 at Temple Newsam Park in Leeds, before moving on to Hatfield Park, Hertfordshire on 26 May – already has pop-punk stalwarts All Time Low, NOFX and New Found Glory on the bill.
11 MORE BANDS FOR #SDF19!! A huge debut for @bfmvofficial + 9 bands who've never played the festival before!! @glassjaw1993 @simpleplan @themenzingers @TURNSTILEHC @knockedloose @thegetupkids @savestheday @TinyMovingParts @idkhow AND a return for @trophyeyesmusic! pic.twitter.com/2HoSxL2NYp
— Slam Dunk Festival (@SlamDunkMusic) November 20, 2018
As well as BFMV, Glassjaw and Turnstile, the following acts have been all confirmed today (November 20) for Slam Dunk 2019: Simple Plan, The Menzingers, I Don’t Know How, Knocked Loose, The Get Up Kids, Saves The Day, Tiny Moving Parts, and Trophy Eyes.
Other confirmed acts at the festival include Gallows, Silverstein and Waterparks.
Chris Conley of Saves The Day said: “We are so excited to play Slam Dunk next year! It’s always a blast to come overseas and sing Saves songs with all our fans. See you soon!!”
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“There’s been a bit of an ATL drought in the UK recently so we thought it best to come back and tear shit up with some rad bands. Bring your life jackets,” All Time Low’s Alex Gaskarth said.
Fans were disappointed to learn recently that the Birmingham leg of the festival has been cancelled for 2019. Organisers cited a location move and a site expansion as the reasons behind the cancellation.