Slam Dunk 2017

10 Bands We’re Looking Forward To Seeing Most At Slam Dunk 2017

It’s going to be a good bank holiday weekend…

Well Slam Dunk 2017 is going to be three days of jam-packed fun! There’s so many bands on the lineup that we have to get our butt over to see.  Whilst it might be humanly impossible to catch every single band playing across the weekend, here’s our list of 10 particular bands we know we definately need to go watch.

Let us know which ones you’re looking forward to the most…


Trophy Eyes

Ever since we heard ‘Chlorine’ something clicked in our brain and we’ve been non-stop listening to Trophy Eyes ever since. The fact that there’s a pug in the music video just gets bonus points if you ask us. We’ve never had the pleasure of seeing the band live, so we’re very much looking forward to what they have to offer us in a live setting!


Enter Shikari

The headliners won’t let us down. Known for their epic shows, of course Enter Shikari we’re going to be one of the many bands we’re looking forward to catching at Slam Dunk 2017.



One of our favourites to watch live – The sheer energy exuded from Mr Shomo and co. is darn right impressive. So many feel good vibes shall be felt during their set.


With Confidence

We’re a firm supporter of With Confidence. Fueling our love for the pop punk genre, we can’t wait to have a good old singalong with this marvelously charming Aussie lot.


Madina Lake

We’re unashamedly a lover of all things “emo” – So I guess it’ll come as no surprise to you then that we’re particularly looking forward to seeing Madina Lake after so many years.


Stray From The Path

Never ones to disappoint, we’re so ready to move to a bit of SFTP.



After they played the Impericon Festivals, our body is ready to see this beautiful band again. Marvelous live, if you haven’t seen them before make some time to do so!


The Ataris

Even thinking about their set starts gives us chills. We’ve been in love with this band for so many years so it’s going to be one big bundle of feels when we watch The Ataris. If you see anyone crying over-emotionally during their set, please pass us a tissue.


Bury Tomorrow

A sucker for a classic BT song. It’s been too long since we’ve seen the lads live so the Slam Dunk weekend will be a right treat – Especially if they pull this gem out of the bag.


Frank Iero and the Patience

We’re yet to experience Mr Iero and co. live, however from what we’ve heard of the latest album PARACHUTES it’s going to be a magical experience.