New Found Glory, Of Mice & Men, Every Time I Die and...

New Found Glory, Of Mice & Men, Every Time I Die and more sell out Slam Dunk Festival South

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One of the biggest festivals in the UK, on a three-day run, celebrated their 10th anniversary last weekend, in Leeds, Birmingham and Hatfield. For this 10th edition, Slam Dunk Festival got headlined by Panic! At The Disco (not included in this review), New Found Glory, Every Time I Die or Yellowcard (performing their album Ocean Avenue in its entirety).

The different stages shared different styles of music throughout the day, with pop-punk vibes from Moose Blood, pop-rock sounds of Young Guns (who debuted a new song live, from their new album due later this year), and Mallory Knox. More hardcore sounds were found on the Impericon Stage, headlined by Every Time I Die, who shared the stage with Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! (joined briefly by Set Your Goals’ Jordan Brown for a guest vocal spot), or bands such as The Word Alive, We Came As Romans, and Issues. The festival also celebrated the comeback of Set Your Goals, who hadn’t performed in the UK for five years, and the special appearance of none other than The Starting Line. As every year, the festival also had an electro stage, with British DJs coming to make people dance, and also a special DJ set from members of bands such as Bury Tomorrow or Enter Shikari.

Substream photographer Edouard Camus went to Hatfield, near London, and captured this gallery for you.