We’ve sent team Ticketmaster down to witness the carnage at Slam Dunk Festival 2015 – scroll below for everything as it happens.
Check out today’s chat with the very lovely PVRIS here.
Architects are gearing up to headline the Monster Energy stage today, here’s how they’re feeling about it.
The Canadian pop-punkers in Seaway just popped by for a chat…
Thy Art Is Murder frontman, CJ McMahon, stops by before the Aussie metallers hit the Monster Energy stage.
We talk festivals and pop-punk inspirations with Roam singer, Alex Costello.
Here’s Don Broco telling us just how they’re new tracks have been going down live. (Ps. very well)
We’ve been hanging out with PVRIS backstage at Slam Dunk – they’re loving it here! Interview up soon.
Don’t miss our chat with Taking Back Sunday at Slam Dunk Festival Leeds, where they dish the details on their set, plans for a new album and why they love British festivals so much.
PVRIS proving why they’re one of the most exciting bands at Slam Dunk.
Beartooth packed out the Monster stage, and it was AMAZING. Scroll through the full Beartooth gallery.
While She Sleeps stop by for an, er, snack before their set.
More backstage action with Birmingham metallers, SHVPES.
Knuckle Puck talk pop-punk, summer plans and why they’re Slam Dunk set was preeeeetty awesome.
Seaway talking ALL about why they love British music festivals… before the rain started.
Pre-set chats with Architects Sam Carter – full video coming soon!
Brighton’s As It Is kick off the day’s action in Hatfield, bringing their infectious blend of pop-punk to the Macbeth stage.
Earlier in Leeds…
Taking Back Sunday ensured Leeds captured the festival magic in Millenium Square.
Gallows tore up the Impericon stage.
Comeback Kid did much the same as fans of hardcore and relentless riffs poured into the Student Union venue.
Literally everyone turned out to see Neck Deep…
Beartooth conjured up the first mosh pit of the day.
It’s starting to feel a lot like festival season thanks to PVRIS.