In what will be Slam Dunk Festival’s tenth anniversary, emo and up and coming band Moose Blood are the latest to be announced in what could be the best one yet.
The lads from Canterbury already played at the festival last year and are set to entertain three packed out crowds once again on May bank holiday weekend.
Slam Dunk’s fourth announcement for this year also saw Enter Shikari’s Sound System, The Word Alive, Gnarwolves and more.
Headlining the show this year is none other than Panic! at the Disco and with lead singer Brendon Urie having an amazing few years and his band performing more recently on the main stage at Reading Festival 2015.
With the Las Vegas band recently releasing their new album Death of a Bachelor the final act of the festival will be a perfect way to end in what will be an awesome day at all three venues. See Panic! At The Disco’s classic Nine in The Afternoon below.
American heavy metal band Of Mice and Men will also be making an appearance, that is set to be hectic, alongside pop punk band New Found Glory and American metalcore Memphis May Fire.
These acts and many more will be playing across seven stages throughout the festival in which is set to attract thousands of fans from the across the country.
The festival has three different locations and dates including Leeds City Centre on 28th May, Birmingham NEC on 29th May and Hatfield Forum on the 30th May.
To purchase tickets and see the whole line up – see here.
The boys from Enter Shikari will be heading to Southampton on Friday 4th March as they bring their sound system to life at Junk nightclub.
Rock/alternative night providers District are organising the event however they have decided to upgrade the venue from their weekly slot Lennons.
And with the Hertfordshire post-hardcore band playing at a number of arenas this month alone as well as London’s Alexandra Palace, it is no wonder why tickets are already selling out fast.
On the night you can expect a huge mash-up of everything from Shikari, from drum & bass and dubstep, to alternative and metal.
District are famous in the area for pulling off some of the most craziest and insane rocks nights so after the set you listen to the resident DJs who will be playing some of biggest and old school rock anthems ever to exist.
Early bird tickets have sold out already but you can purchase tickets here for £7.
Listen to Sorry You’re Not a Winner Enter Shikari’s Take to the Skies album below.