Sum 41, Dream State, We Are The In Crowd, Your Demise & Much More Confirmed For 2020 Slam Dunk Festivals

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The second announcement for Slam Dunk Festival 2020 is out and it is a belter!

Joining Don Broco as headliners at Slam Dunk 2020 are none other than Canadian punk rock favourites Sum 41! Sum 41 have recently been teasing a UK tour with Billy Talent and The Used on their social media, and guess what? Both The Used and Billy Talent are joining Sum 41 in Hatfield and Leeds for Slam Dunk 2020 as well!

There’s two HUGE reunions happening at next year’s Slam Dunk; Firstly, in a world exclusive, pop rock favourites We Are The In Crowd are reuniting for the first time since 2015. Their last shows in the UK was the 2015 Kerrang tour, so this is one reunion that is likely to go down a storm. Equally as popular, at the other end of the heavy scale, perennial underground hardcore favourites Your Demise will also be reuniting to play Slam Dunk 2020, in what could be THE heavy set of the weekend.

Elsewhere in new additions, we’ve got band of the moment Dream State, after the launch last week of their debut full length album Primrose Path, along with The Story So Far, Grayscale and Basement. The popular Punk in Drublic Stage is also making a return with NOFX and Pennywise headed there, with more bands to be confirmed for that, and various other stages, in the months to come.

Limited early bird tickets for Slam Dunk 2020 are still available from the official festival site https://www.slamdunkfestival.com/.

All of the above bands join the previously announced bands including the aforementioned headliners Don Broco. The likes of State Champs, Ice Nine Kills, Mayday Parade and The Wonder Years were also already on the bill.

Slam Dunk Festival 2020 Second Line Up Poster

Further updates as and when we have them right here at Rock Sins!

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