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Slam Dunk announced the third wave of artists joining the lineup for next year’s festival, including Movements, Reel Big Fish, Comeback Kid and more.

In September, the festival announced the first set of artists with acts such as Don Broco, State Champs, and Four Year Strong.

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Other artists that were announced for the event are the Wonder YearsMayday ParadeMotion City Soundtrack, Knuckle PuckIce Nine KillsBaysideIssues and Hands Like Houses. You can see that announcement post below.

It was later announced that We Are In The Crowd will be making their return with a performance at the festival.

Sum 41 will be the festival’s second headliner. Billy Talent, the Usedthe Story So FarBasementGrayscale and Dream State were also added, as well as Punk In Drublic featuring NOFX and Pennywise. WATIC also aren’t the only one reuniting, with Your Demise making their return as well.

Now, Slam Dunk have dropped another set of names joining the festival. The additions include Fit For A King, Deez Nuts, Comeback Kid, Refused and Young Guns.

Movements, Free ThrowMom Jeans, and Bedouin Soundclash are also joining the lineup.

Check out the announcement below.

The two-day festival, which takes place in Leeds and Hatfield, will occur May 23-24. Tickets are available here.

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Young Guns first performed at Slam Dunk in 2009. Drummer Ben Jolliffe, who parted ways with the band before the release of their fourth album, will also be joining them for the weekend. The festival will mark it the first time the original lineup will play together in 4 years.

They will be playing through the entirety of their first album All Our Kings Are Dead, in celebration of it’s 10th anniversary.

The band announced their return to the stage with a heartfelt post on Instagram.

“We’re incredibly excited to celebrate 10 years of our debut album All Our Kings Are Dead by stepping back on stage at @slamdunkmusic 2020 to play our first album in full, with our original line-up for the first time in four years.”

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