Festivals: Mayday Parade, Cancer Bats & Yellowcard for Slam Dunk 2016

Mayday Parade, Cancer Bats & Yellowcard for Slam Dunk 2016

They’ll join Panic! At The Disco, Set Your Goals and The Starting Line at the fest.

Mayday Parade, Cancer Bats and Yellowcard are three of the latest acts to be added to this year’s Slam Dunk Festivals.

ROAM, Northlane, Norma Jean, Hacktivist and Hit The Lights are also included of the list of artists who’ve been confirmed to appear at the May Bank Holiday weekender.

They join the likes of Panic! At The Disco, who are confirmed as headliners, along with Four Year Strong, Every Time I Die and The Starting Line.

The dates for Slam Dunk 2016 are:

MAY
28 Slam Dunk North - Leeds City Centre
29 Slam Dunk Midlands - Birmingham NEC
30 Slam Dunk South - Hatfield, University of Hertfordshire

The full list of acts confirmed so far is as follows.

Panic! At The Disco, Of Mice & Men, New Found Glory, Four Year Strong, Every Time I Die, Issues, Memphis May Fire, Real Friends, Mallory Knox, The Starting Line, Set Your Goals, Zebrahead, Capdown, We Came As Romans, Miss May I, The Story So Far, Mayday Parade, Cancer Bats, Yellowcard, ROAM, Northlane, Norma Jean, Hacktivist, Hit The Lights.

Standard tickets (14+) are £42, with tickets including after show (18+) available for £47. There’s also a Mega Ticket with access to all three legs, after shows, wristband exchange queue jumps and a limited edition t-shirt for £150.

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