Final names announced for Slam Dunk Festival

With this year's line-up already boasting a huge selection of rock and punk acts from throughout the ages, Slam Dunk Festival have now announced the final batch of names set to perform at this year's event.

Neck Deep (pictured), Boston Manor, A Loss For Words, As It Is, Press To Meco, Shvpes and many more are among the festival's last announcement round-up, as well as the festival's Acoustic Stage, which will include sets from Justin Pierre of Motion City Soundtrack, Rob Lynch, Liam Cromby, formerly of We Are The Ocean, Chas Palmer-Williams of Lightyear and Lizzy Farrell.

They all join the previously confirmed line-up of All Time Low, New Found Glory, NOFX, Glassjaw, The Menzingers, Mil Teeth, Turnstile, Cancer Bats, Tigers Jaw and Touche Amore, who are all set to appear across the weekend.

Slam Dunk takes place in Temple Newsam Park in Leeds on Saturday 25th May and Hatfield Park on Sunday 26th May. Tickets are available from the official site here.

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