Slam Dunk Festival 2014 in pictures

18:06 02 June 2014

The crowd during Zebrahead

The crowd during Zebrahead's set on the Macbeth Stage inside The Forum Hertfordshire during Slam Dunk South 2014 [Picture: Jade Till]

Jade Till

Thousands of pop-punk, ska-punk, hardcore metal and rock fans descended on Hatfield for the annual Slam Dunk Festival.

The crowd for Crown The Empire on the Monster Energy Stage outside The Forum Hertfordshire in Hatfield during Slam Dunk South 2014 [Picture: Jade Till]The crowd for Crown The Empire on the Monster Energy Stage outside The Forum Hertfordshire in Hatfield during Slam Dunk South 2014 [Picture: Jade Till]

Slam Dunk South took place over the Spring May Bank Holiday weekend at the University of Hertfordshire in Hatfield.

There were seven stages of music at The Forum Hertfordshire complex, with The All-American Rejects headlining the main outdoor arena.

Other stages were situated outside the EleHouse and The Forum, and inside in the College Lane venue’s Auditorium, Refectory, Attic and Style Bar.

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