Slam Dunk: Don't Miss
Female fronted, Australian pop-punk, Stand Atlantic are back for their second UK trip in less than a year and they certainly are ones to watch in 2018. With riffs throughout Chemicals, Coffee At Midnight and so much more their set will be full of surprises and sing alongs.
Acoustic favourite, Luke is taking a break from his pop-punk project Layover to appear at Slam Dunk, hot off the release of his EP “I Just Don’t Deserve To Be Loved”, the youngster is no stranger to the UK music scene, coming off a support slot with As It Is, Luke is picking up fans quickly and there seems to be no slowing down for the singer-songwriter now.
Representing the welsh side, Holding Absence are here with raw emotions and riffs, a band that will have you in awe, the three piece will blow you away with their vocals, music and presence as a band and if you haven’t experienced them live and in full force, Slam Dunk will be the perfect opportunity to get a taste of Holding Absence.
Me vs Hero:
Blackpool pop-punk makes a comeback after their final shows in 2015. Me Vs Hero are reuniting and bringing back “Days That Shape Our Lives”, a set that is highly anticipated by many Slam Dunk fans old and new, this one will definitely be unmissable.
If you aren’t excited about seeing You’re Not You Anymore at Slam Dunk have you been sleeping under a rock? Killing the game at the minute, Canadian hardcore at it’s finest the stage will fill up quickly for these guys so get down early and be prepared to pit.
New to Slam Dunk, Scottish band Woes are bringing pop-punk vibes all day everyday. There isn’t much to say about these fun loving lads that will do their set justice so just believe us, get down and enjoy their set.