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10 Reasons We Can’t Wait To See Enter Shikari At Slam Dunk Festival

Slam Dunk Festival is nearly here; and we can’t contain our excitement any more! Here’s 10 reasons why we can’t wait to see Enter Shikari headline!

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It feels like we’ve been waiting forever for this year’s Slam Dunk Festival, but now it’s just around the corner and we can’t contain our excitement any longer!

And with Enter Shikari celebrating the 10 year anniversary of their massive debut album Take To The Skies, we can’t wait to start packing our glow sticks and get ready to dance like it’s 2007.

There’s so much going on at Slam Dunk that it’s hard to focus on just one band, but Enter Shikari is guaranteed to be a highlight

Here are 10 reasons why we’re ridiculously excited to see Enter Shikari at Slam Dunk Festival!

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The Slam Dunk Festival South date will be a homecoming show for Enter Shikari frontman Rou Reynolds

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Frontman Rou Reynolds attended Hatfield University from where the South site hails; so it’s going to be something very special, both for Reynolds and the crowd. Anyone well versed in going to homecoming shows will know that there’s always something a bit more electric about a gig when the band has a real connection with the venue, so if you’re going to the South date of Slam Dunk Festival, you’re in for something a bit magical.

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