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Bury Tomorrow, We Came As Romans And More Added To Slam Dunk 2020

Slam Dunk adds ten more bands to its 2020 lineup

Ten more bands have been announced for this year’s Slam Dunk festival.

Taking place in Leeds and Hatfield across May 23 – 24 weekend, this year’s Slam Dunk features headline sets from Don Broco and Sum 41 alongside the likes of NOFX, Billy Talent, Refused and State Champs.

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Now, even more bands have been added to the bill, including Bury Tomorrow, We Came As Romans and Stray From The Path.

Also announced for Slam Dunk 2020 are Trash Boat, Dance Gavin Dance, Polaris, Zebrahead, the Faim, Normandie and Days N Daze.

Stage splits and times are yet to be revealed, but Young Guns have already revealed they’ll be playing their 2010 album All Our Kings Are Dead in full to mark its 10th anniversary.

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In other Slam Dunk-related news, the festival recently revealed details of their official opening party on May 222020.

Colorado electro duo 3OH!3 are set to kick off the party at the O2 Academy Leeds the night before Slam Dunk North takes place, before drummer extraordinaire Frank Zummo (who you can normally find behind the kit of next year’s co-headliners Sum 41) will be performing a drum set. See more on that at Slamdunkfestival.com.

Slam Dunk North takes place on May 23, 2020 at Temple Newsam, Leeds, and Slam Dunk South rolls into Hatfield Park on May 24, 2020. Get your tickets now.

In the meantime, watch Bury Tomorrow live in The K! Pit.

Posted on January 6th 2020, 5:27p.m.
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