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Slam Dunk Music Festival Reveals First Band Name For 2021 Tour

Slam Dunk Music Festival Reveals First Band Name For 2021 Tour
Slam Dunk Music Festival Reveals First Band Name For 2021 Tour

Slam Dunk Music Festival has revealed its first band’s names for the 2021 event. Slam Dunk has now confirmed that Punk In Drublic showcase next year.

The two-day festival will take place in Leeds and Hatfield on May 29-30 next year. This year’s festival had been postponed from May to September, and now it was canceled last month due to the coronavirus outbreak.

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The music artists or bands NOFX, Pennywise, Me First And The Gimme Gimmes, Reel Big Fish, the Vandals and Face To Face will all perform, as will Comeback Kid, Days N Daze and the Baboon Show will be back joining us at Slam Dunk.

Slam Dunk official Instagram handle shared line up poster and wrote that, “We are pleased to announce the first bands for 2021 alongside the European tour announcement of @punkindrublicfestival. We’re excited to announce @nofx@_pennywise, @gimmegimmesband, @reelbigfish, @vandalsofficial & @facetofacemusic will be back joining us for #SDF21 🤘🔥 Also on the tour but playing on other stages at Slam Dunk is @comebackkid_hc@daysndazeofficial, and new addition @thebaboonshowofficial. Look out for the next announcement coming next very soon. #SDF21

Slam Dunk Music Festival Reveals First Band Name For 2021 Tour

Tickets for Slam Dunk Festival 2021 are on sale now.

In a statement about this year’s canceled festival, Slam Dunk boss Ben Ray said: “It is with a heavy heart I have to inform you that Slam Dunk Festival 2020 is postponed to 2021. We hung on to hope for as long as we could but with so many factors against us, we have had to accept the fact that it can’t go ahead.

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“We had worked so hard to move it from May to September, and with that, we thought we had saved it for you, but sadly the outlook is not any better. We had been waiting for clear guidance on the matter and although this is still yet to come, we see no way that things will be back to normal enough by September.”