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Slam Dunk has announced another batch of acts, including Employed To Serve, Lights and Plain White T’s

Slam Dunk takes place in May at Leeds' Temple Newsham Park, and Hatfield Park, Hatfield. 
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Published: 9:20 pm, January 29, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Slam Dunk has announced another batch of acts, including Employed To Serve, Lights and Plain White T’s

Slam Dunk has announced another batch of acts for this spring's event.

New to the bill, are Plain White T’s, Hellogoodbye, Touche Amore, Lights, Tigers Jaw, Microwave, Wallflower, Wage War, Employed To Serve and Our Hollow Our Home.

They join All Time Low, New Found Glory, Bullet For My Valentine, I Don't Know How But They Found Me, The Menzingers, Milk Teeth, Atreyu, WSTR, Seaway, Real Friends, Pagan, The Word Alive and Waterparks.

Slam Dunk takes place on Saturday 25th May at Leeds' Temple Newsham Park, and Sunday 26th May at Hatfield Park, Hatfield. Tickets are on sale now, priced £59 plus booking fees.

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