Slam Dunk Festival 2014 stage splits announced

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

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

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Organisers have confirmed the stage splits for this month’s Slam Dunk Festival 2014.

Festival dates and venues

* Saturday, May 24

Slam Dunk Festival North: Leeds University.

* Sunday, May 25

Slam Dunk Festival South: The Forum Hertfordshire, Hatfield.

* Monday, May 26

Slam Dunk Festival Midlands: Wolverhampton Civic.

The annual touring pop-punk, ska, hardcore and rock festival returns to the University of Hertfordshire in Hatfield later this month on Sunday, May 25.

Slam Dunk South arrives at the Forum Hertfordshire complex in College Lane a day after Slam Dunk North takes place at Leeds University.

Headlined by The All-American Rejects, the main Slam Dunk tour will visit Wolverhampton Civic on Bank Holiday Monday, May 26 for the Midlands leg.

The main stage will feature performances from the likes of The All-American Rejects, Mallory Knox, We Are The In Crowd, Motion City Soundtrack and Blitz Kids.

Slam Dunk Festival 2014 stage splitsSlam Dunk Festival 2014 stage splits

Less Than Jake, Capdown and The Ataris will play the Macbeth Stage.

Kids in Glass Houses will perform on the Atticus Stage along with Hit The Lights.

The likes of letlive., The Ghost Inside and Bury Tomorrow will appear on the Monster Energy Stage.

The full Slam Dunk 2014 stage times for all three venues will be announced on Wednesday, May 21.

Smaller Slam Dunk shows will also take place in Scotland and Wales.

The venue for Slam Dunk Wales has now been changed to Cardiff University. Original tickets remain valid.

* You can view the full Slam Dunk stage splits here.

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