Touché Amoré, Employed To Serve and more added to Slam Dunk 2019 line up!


We’re only a few weeks into 2019 but Slam Dunk haven’t finished announcing bands for this years’ addition of the festival adding Plain White T’s and Hellogoodbye to the line up, who penned the hits “Hey There Delilah” and “Here (In Your Arms)” respectively, with Forrest Klein of Hellogoodbye being particularly giddy to be playing Slam Dunk this year:

The line up is insane, so many friends and lovers in one spot, it’ll be a completely gratuitous smile fest. Hellogoodbye has seen (and self-inflicted) countless changes between Slam Dunk visits in 2006, 2011, and now 2019; but I’ve got no doubt SDF will remain comfortingly the same: AN ABSOLUTE FUCKING TREAT

Joining them are the fantastic Touché Amoré along with Lights, Tigers Jaw, Wallflower and Microwave.

On the heavier side of things we’ve got Wage War & Our Hollow, Our Home and last but certainly not least by any stretch of the imagination are Employed To Serve who will have released their new album which is set to be absolutely crushing if their new single is anything to go by.

ACTS ANNOUNCED TO DATE
All Time Low, Angels Du$t, Anti-Flag, Atreyu, Bad Religion, Bullet For My Valentine, Cancer Bats, Employed To Serve, Gallows, Glassjaw, Hellogoodbye, I Don’t Know How But They Found Me, Knocked Loose, Lagwagon, Less Than Jake, Lights, Mad Caddies, Microwave, Millencolin, Milk Teeth, New Found Glory, NOFX, Our Hollow Our Home, Pagan, Plain White T’s, Real Friends, Saves The Day, Seaway, Silverstein, Simple Plan, Story Of The Year, The Bombpops, The Bronx, The Get Up Kids, The Interrupters, The Menzingers, The Word Alive, Tigers Jaw, Tiny Moving Parts, Touche Amore, Trophy Eyes, Turnstile, Wage War, Wallflower, Waterparks, WSTR.

TICKET INFORMATION
Tickets on sale now and are available from http://slamdunkfestival.com/
Ticket Price £59. All subject to booking fees.

There will be more updates from the Slam Dunk camp in the coming days and weeks so stay tuned to Rock Sins for the latest!

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