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Slam Dunk Rescheduled To September Due To Coronavirus

Tuesday, 24 March 2020 Written by Laura Johnson

This year's Slam Dunk festival has been rescheduled.

The one-day event that began in 2006 and plays host to some of the biggest names in pop-punk, rock and all the subgenres you find in between was due to return to Hatfield Park and Temple Newsam Park in Leeds for the May Day bank holiday weekend. However, it's been moved to September due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

What? A one-day, two-site festival with a bill featuring some of the best known names in pop-punk and rock. 

Where? Temple Newsam Park in Leeds and Hatfield Park.

When? Rescheduled to September 5 in Leeds and September 6 in Hatfield.

Who? The rescheduled line up is lead by headliners Sum 41 and Don Broco, while also set to appear are Billy Talent, While She Sleeps, the Story So Far, Mayday Parade, the Wonder Years, Code Orange, Four Year Strong, Young Guns, Basement, Trash Boat, the Faim, Comeback Kid, and Vukovi, among others you can view on the poster below.

Tickets? Tickets are on sale now. Check the below statement if you are not able to attend the rescheduled dates.

Slam Dunk Festival Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sat September 05 2020 - LEEDS Temple Newsam Park
Sun September 06 2020 - HATFIELD Hatfield Park

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