Slam Dunk 2014 festival stage times announced

Slam Dunk Festival 2013 at Hatfield [Picture: Ed Mason]

Slam Dunk Festival 2013 at Hatfield [Picture: Ed Mason]

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The stages times for the 2014 Slam Dunk Festival this weekend have been announced.

"The All-American Rejects are a massive headliner for us. "

Slam Dunk Festival organiser Ben Ray

The touring pop-punk, ska, hardcore metal and rock event returns to the University of Hertfordshire, in Hatfield, on Sunday, May 24 for Slam Dunk South.

The Forum Hertfordshire will host Slam Dunk for the fifth time, with seven indoor and outdoor stages taking over the entertainment complex in College Lane.

The SD2014 main stage will be headlined by The All-American Rejects.

The line-up across the various stages also includes ska-punk favourites Less Than Jake, Mallory Knox, Kids in Glass Houses playing ‘Smart Casual’ in full, Bury Tomorrow and The Ataris.

Slam Dunk Festival 2014 stage splitsSlam Dunk Festival 2014 stage splits

Slam Dunk visits Leeds University for the North leg on Saturday, with the main tour finishing at Wolverhampton Civic on Bank Holiday Monday, May 26, for the Midlands show.

SLAM DUNK SOUTH STAGE TIMES

MAIN STAGE

* The All-American Rejects 9.30pm-10.45pm

* Mallory Knox 8.20pm-9.05pm

* We Are The In Crowd 7.10pm-7.55pm

* Motion City Soundtrack 6pm-6.45pm

* We The Kings 4.50pm-5.35pm

* The Skints 3.40pm-4.25pm

* Canterbury 2.40pm-3.15pm

* Blitz Kids 1.40pm-2.15pm

* DJ and compere Sean Smith

MACBETH STAGE

* Less Than Jake 9.20pm-10.30pm

* The Ataris 8.10pm-8.55pm

* Capdown 7.05pm-7.45pm

* Zebrahead 6pm-6.40pm

* I Am The Avalanche 5.05pm-5.40pm

* Gnarwolves 4.15pm-4.45pm

* Decade 3.25pm-3.55pm

* Jesse James 2.35pm-3.05pm

* Fandangle 1.45pm-2.15pm

ATTICUS STAGE

* Kids In Glass Houses 9.40pm-10.45pm

* Hit The Lights 8.30pm-9.15pm

* Real Friends 7.25pm-8.05pm

* Neck Deep 6.25pm-7pm

* State Champs 5.25pm-6pm

* A Loss For Words 4.25pm-5pm

* Save Your Breath 3.35pm-4.05pm

* Modern Baseball 2.45pm-3.15pm

* Light You Up 1.55pm-2.25pm

MONSTER ENERGY STAGE

* Bury Tomorrow 9.50pm-10.50pm

* letlive. 8.30pm-9.25pm

* The Ghost Inside 7.20pm-8.05pm

* The Devil Wears Prada 6.15pm-6.55pm

* Crown The Empire 5.15pm-5.50pm

* Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! 4.15pm-4.50pm

* I Killed The Prom Queen 3.15pm-3.50pm

* Caliban 2.20pm-2.55pm

* Heart Of A Coward 1.30pm-2pm

CHEER UP STAGE

* Chiodos 10pm-10.50pm

* The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus 8.50pm-9.35pm

* Feed The Rhino 7.50pm-8.30pm

* Marmozets 6.50pm-7.30pm

* Landscapes 5.55pm-6.30pm

* Ghost Town 5pm-5.35pm

* Natives 4.10pm-4.40pm

* Verses 3.20pm-3.50pm

* The First 2.30-3pm

* Orchard Hill (Competition Winner): 1.40pm-2.10pm

ANTIQUE ACOUSTIC STAGE

* Vinnie Caruana 9.30pm-10.30pm

* You, Me and Everyone We Know 7.45pm-8.30pm

* Rob Lynch 6.45pm-7.30pm

* Chas Palmer-Williams 4.30pm-5.10pm

* The Lion & The Wolf 3pm-3.30pm

UPRAWR DJ STAGE

* DJ Yoda

* MC Lars

* Tek-One (DJ set)

+ Resident and guest DJs.

* For more music festival news, visit the Welwyn Hatfield Times’ festival section.

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