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Stage times announced for Slam Dunk Festival

For anyone heading to Slam Dunk Festival in the UK at the end of May, the stage times have been announced. There’ll be some tough decisions to make as this is one of the most impressive lineups the festival has had in it’s relatively short history. Slam Dunk Festival will take place in Leeds, UK on May 25 and Hatfield (near London) UK on May 26.

Here are clash finders in regards to stage times for Leeds and Hatfield.

 



Punk Rock Bowling makes more club show tickets available

Punk Rock Bowling has announced that they have moved some club shows around and made more tickets available to give everyone a chance to catch their favorite acts in the club settings.  You can see all the details of what was moved around below, and get your tickets for those still available here.



Enter Shikari and Deez Nuts round out full line up for Jera On Air festival (Netherlands)

OK, now it’s official. The Jera On Air festival is officially complete! The three-day festival in Northern Limburg’s Ysselsteyn will kick off with a free Pre Party on Thursday June 27th and continue on through the 29th. Enter Shikari and Deez Nuts have both been added to an already insanely stacked lineup, including Dying Scene Records’ own Chaser!

Check out the full line up and snag your tickets on the fest’s official website.



Manchester Punk Festival (UK) Drops Final 2019 “Pay-What-You-Want” Compilation

The ever-hardworking Manchester Punk Festival has been gearing up for this year’s edition in typical fashion with a slew of compilations featuring acts performing. The eclectic track list of the final instalment, released today, spans just about every sub-genre of punk rock you can think of and is guaranteed to fire you up for the UK’s finest celebration of underground music and culture later this month.

Comprising Manchester Punk Festival, Vol. 23 are tunes from Harijan, Snuff, 88 Fingers Louie, The Arteries, Ancst, After the Fall, Sonic Boom Six, Frankie Stubbs, Throwing Stuff, F. Emasculata, Werecats, Speed Dinosaurs, Fights And Fires, Skin of Tears, Folk’s Worst Nightmare, Harker, Catch-it Kebabs, James Hull, Roger Harvey, James Choice & the Bad Decisions, and Boom Boom Racoon.

As always, the compilation is free to stream below. However, you’re encouraged to buy a copy for a price of your choosing to help support the festival.

There are still tickets available for Manchester Punk Festival 2019. You can pick them up and find all the necessary information about the event here.

Manchester Punk Festival is a three day music festival held in Manchester city centre in the north of the UK. The 2019 edition takes place over the weekend of the 19-21st of April.



FEST 18 announces first wave of bands

The first round of bands has been announced for this years’ biggest punk rock party in Gainesville, FEST 18.  The announcement comes with a headliner that I personally have heard many FESTers begging for since their first reunion show a couple years ago.  That’s right, Jawbreaker will be joining the party going on between November 1st and 3rd.

Also on the lineup are bands including Less Than Jake, Jawbox, Dag Nasty, Mariachi El Bronx, Off With Their Heads, AJJ, Iron Reagan, Joyce Manor, Teenage Bottlerocket, and so many more.  You can check out all the current details here.



Jera On Air 2019 (Netherlands) announces 13 more bands: Madball, Cancer Bats, Drug Church, etc

With no less than thirteen new names the regular Jera On Air 2019 line-up is almost complete! Next to this, the three-day festival in Northern Limburg’s Ysselsteyn will start to impress during the free Pre Party on Thursday June 27th.

During this evening we are going to see no other than Bury Tomorrow, Shvpes and Our Hollow Our Home opening the festival. A fourth name will be added as well. We also decided to strengthen the entire program: so next to the aforementioned acts, we also managed to book Madball, Cancer Bats, Bleed from Within, Risk it!, Palm Reader, This is Hell, Drug Church, Backfire!, Brutus and Regulate as part of the already impressive Jera On Air line-up.

Weeks ago the biggest alternative festival of the Netherlands announced Parkway Drive, Sum 41, Heideroosjes and Hatebreed and the new Friday headliner will be announced next week! And as if that is not enough already, some other fantastic elements will be added to the festival soon including some bands and a DJ stage. All information about the line-up and ticket sales can be found at www.jeraonair.nl.

This summer will be the third time Jera On Air will celebrate for three long days. It characterizes the enormous growth Jera On Air has gone through. The festival has steadily grown from one to two days, making the step to a three day event a few years ago. The free Pre Party on Thursday is gaining popularity each year. This growth will continue the coming edition now we have secured some of the biggest names in the alternative scene.

We have seen the metalcore bosses of Bury Tomorrow at Jera On Air before. In 2016 and 2018 the Brits rocked the stage. Bury Tomorrow will never bore you. What a huge amount of energy they produce and convey during their shows! Last year their album Black Flame could count on solely positive reviews. Next to Bury Tomorrow, also Shvpes and Our Hollow Our Home will open the festival on Thursday. One more name will be added to the Pre Party line-up soon.

The fans will not only be surprised by the announcement of some new gems on Thursday. During the other two days the visitors can look forward to Madball and Cancer Bats. The first is known as one of the founders of New York Hardcore (NYHC). The band is going to celebrate their 30th year anniversary at Jera On Air, but still they are fresher and more innovative than ever before. The Canadian Cancer Bats always seem to fascinate with their sharp mix of heavy metal, hardcore and punkrock. Next to these, the names of the Limburgian Backfire! with a special memorial show, Bleed from within, Risk it!, Palm Reader, This is Hell, Our Hollow Our Home, Regulate, Shvpes and Drug Church have been confirmed.

Unfortunately, we also have some bad news: Hundredth had to cancel their tour recently. This also includes their planned show at Jera On Air. Luckily we immediately found a great replacement in the Belgian Brutus.



Dropkick Murphys, Bad Religion, Dave Hause, Beach Rats and more confirmed for Sea.Hear.Now Festival 2019

Summer festival season is rapidly approaching in the United States, and for the second year in a row, legendary photographer (and underrated bluesman) Danny Clinch has got himself a good one in the works. It’s called Sea.Hear.Now, and it takes place quite literally right on the beach in Asbury Park. This year’s festivities are going down on September 20th and 21st, and while the festival’s larger headliners include Dave Matthews Band and The Lumineers, it also includes a steady diet of punk-friendly musical fare, with bands like Dropkick Murphys, Bad Religion, Dave Hause and the Mermaid, Beach Rats and the incomparable Joan Jett and the Blackhearts scheduled to take the stage. Check out the full lineup, including details on the festival’s surf competition, on the tour poster below.

Ticket info for Sea.Hear.Now is available right here.



Gnarlytown: Bikes, Boards & Bands announces first round of bands

Gnarlytown: Bikes, Boards & Bands, a new festival featuring he ultimate mashup of action sports, punk rock, and craft beer tasting has announced it will be taking place on Saturday June 22nd at LA Waterfront Berth 46 at the Port of Los Angeles in San Pedro, CA.

The lineup will include Pennywise, Rancid, Off!, Madball, Action Bronson, and more.  You can check out all the details of the festival here.



Brakrock Ecofest (Belgium) announces another round of new bands

Belgium’s environmentally-conscious punk rock extravaganza, Brakrock Ecofest, has just announced another round of new bands to it’s summer 2019 lineup.  The new bands include some classic punk acts, as well as some up-and-comers, including Poison Idea, DOA, DI, Antillectual, Buster Shuffle, St. Plaster, We Outspoken, and Blackup.

You can find out everything you need to know about the 2019 edition of Brakrock Ecofest at the official website.



More bands announced for London’s ‘Polite Riot Festival’ (Satanic Surfers, The Adolescents, CHASER, Darko, etc)

Polite Festival which takes place at the New Cross Inn in South London has announced some more bands for 2019. So far, 12 bands have been announced. Satanic Surfers, The Adolescents, CHASER, Darko & In Evil Hour are joined by For I Am, LineOut, City Mouse, WACO, Werecats, Fastfade, Müg, Snap Out, SKIV, Our Lives In Cinema, RxR and The Aversions. The New Cross Inn has become the centre of the punk scene in London and continues to host many leading bands.

The festival will take place June 28th-30th, tickets are available here.



‘Sad Summer Fesitval’ comes in to fill Warped Tour-shaped hole

A new travelling festival called ‘Sad Summer Festival’ has been announced. The new festival features a host of bands that one might have expected to see on Warped Tour in previous years. It will feature headliners The Maine, Mayday Parade, State Champs, and The Wonder Years and have support from Mom Jeans, Stand Atlantic,L.I.F.T. and Just Friends. There will also be additional special guests Every Avenue, Four Year Strong, among others on select dates.

If any of the above bands float your boat, check out the dates below.



Chaser (Dying Scene Records) announces European Tour

Buckle up, punk fans, Southern California skate-punk act Chaser are taking Europe by storm the Spring/Summer! Thanks to the tremendous work of Merit-Based Booking and Management you’ll be able to catch the guys at festivals like Groezrock in Belgium, SBAM in Austria, Polite Riot in London, and Jera On Air in Netherlands with a smattering of gigs across the continent in between. Check out the dates and locations below.

Chaser’s new album “Sound The Sirens” was released digitally through Dying Scene Records and physically through Effervescence Records on July 20th, 2018. Stream/purchase the digital release on bandcamp, Spotify, iTunes and pick up the vinyl/CD through Effervescence Records.



Fourth wave of bands announced for Booze Cruise Festival (Bristol, UK) including Cultdreams, Weatherstate, Oxygen Thief and The Dauntless Elite

Bristol’s Booze Cruise Festival have announced their fourth wave of bands.

Today’s additions are Aerial Salad, Anna’s Anchor, Arms & Hearts, Boxing Day, Brightr, Cory & Kirsty Call, Cultdreams (formerly Kamikaze Girls), Dangers of Love, The Dauntless Elite, Dogeyed, Erica Freas, Oxygen Thief, Phaedra’s Love, Suggested Friends, The Run Up, Wayl, and Weatherstate.

The new wave of bands join Tiny Moving Parts, Apologies, I Have None, Harker, Woahnows, Ducking Punches, Fresh and many more at the inaugural edition of the festival on 24-26 May across various Bristol venues.

Tickets are on sale now priced at £55 for the whole weekend, with individual day tickets also available – purchase here.

Check out the lineup poster with all the details below.



Warped Tour announces 25th anniversary shows

Just when you thought The Warped Tour was gone forever, the punk rock circus has announced some select dates for their 25th Anniversary shows.  The festivities will be taking place June 8th in Cleveland, OH, June 29th and 30th in Atlantic City, NJ, and July 20th and 21st in Mountain View, CA.  The lineup varies slightly from city to city, but includes a mix of old and new bands that were on the tour throughout it’s 25 year history.  Some of these bands include Anti-Flag, The Aquabats, Bad Religion, Big D and the Kids Table, Blink 182, Less Than Jake, The Offspring, Reel Big Fish, and many more.  You can check out all the details here.



Punk Rock Bowling Club Show Tickets On Sale

Punk Rock Bowling has announced that the club show tickets are now on sale.  You can pick yours up here.

Some of the shows are already sold out, but you can still get in on shows including Mad Sin, Killing Joke, Antisect, The Dils, Los Skarnales, Frankie Stubbs, Murder City Devils, and more.