NASS 2022

Thursday 7th to Sunday 10th July 2022
Royal Bath and West Showground, Shepton Mallet, Somerset, BA4 6QN, England MAP
£200 for 4 days with camping
daily capacity: 15000
last updated: Thu 30th Jun 2022

around the festival site (BMX)

Loyle Carner will headline on Saturday night, joining Headie One and AJ Tracey at the top of the bill, alongside hundreds more across the weekend. NASS, UK’s biggest celebration of music, street art, skate and BMX, takes place from 7-10 July 2022 at the Bath and West Showground, nr. Bristol. Tickets are on sale now at www.nassfestival.com, with fans able to secure their ticket with a £30 deposit, or take advantage of their newly launched Mates Rates scheme. Book as a group of 4 and only pay for 3 tickets.

 

Loyle Carner makes his hotly anticipated return to NASS, this time headlining the main stage for what’s set to be an unmissable Saturday night. One of the UK’s most exciting musicians and rappers, and hailing from Croydon, Loyle Carner is known and loved by his fans for his high-energy live performances and his catalogue of melodic, hip-hop infused tracks including Damselfly, Ottolenghi and Loose Ends. He’s collaborated with some of UK music’s finest, from Tom Misch and Jordan Rakei, to Jorja Smith and Joesef. Fans at NASS will be treated to a hip-hop masterclass from South London’s finest in a headline set that’s not to be missed. Headie One and AJ Tracey top the bill alongside Loyle.

 

Also announced today, Bad Boy Chiller Crew, Charlie Tee and Hannah Wants who join the huge line up, leaving festival goers spoiled for choice. Mabel, Becky Hill, Wilkinson presents Cognition, Kurupt FM, Ella Eyre, Ben Nicky, Ray Blk Andy C, Sub Focus, Shy FX, JME presents Grime MC FM,  Ocean Wisdom, Raye, Danny Howard, Flava D and SASASAS are just some of the musical heavyweights ready to descend and bring even more energy and festival vibes to NASS 2022. 

 

In the UK’s biggest celebration of Skate and BMX, pros from all over the world will descend on NASS to compete in one of the largest and most progressive contests in the country. Pros will be at NASS to take part in invitational competitions, with a combined prize purse of £60,000* divided across all disciplines. BMXers will be competing in three different disciplines; BMX Park which is split into men’s and women’s competitions, BMX Street and the BMX Mini Ramp. International pro skateboarders will also compete across two different disciplines; Skate Street, and the Skate Mini Ramp presented by DC Shoes, both of which will be split into men’s and women’s competitions.

 

Announced today, the first pros confirmed to compete at NASS -  Angelo Caro (Peru), NASS’ Skate Street Champion is back to defend his title, Daniel Dhers (Venezuela) is a Silver Olympic Medallist set to compete in the BMX Freestyle up against Team GM Bronze Olympic Medallist Declan Brooks (Great Britain). Jana Muradova (Netherlands) is the 3x Dutch National Champion confirmed to compete in the BMX Freestyle (Women’s), Bruno Hoffman (Germany) returns with his sights set on the BMX Street top spot after earning 2nd place at NASS 2019, and Lola Tambling (Great Britain) returns to defend her Skate Street title following her 2019 win.

 

Plus, The Plaza, NASS’ own public skatepark will be back once again for 2022, with attendees encouraged to get involved, bring their board and experience the festival to its fullest. And those who are brave enough can take on the mighty Skate Container Jam, showing off their biggest and best tricks to earn cold-hard cash prizes across the four days.

 

Festivalgoers can camp in style by upgrading to their very own bell tent or pre-pitched tent. Located in a quieter part of the campsite and surrounded by lush trees, NASS Glamping offers festivalgoers fast access to the arena, complimentary posh loos and showers, and free wifi.

 

This July, NASS will welcome 30,000 festival goers for four days, alongside the biggest names in skate and BMX. There will be some of the most talented UK street artists displaying their work throughout the festival, including unique pieces and live art created especially for NASS. 2022’s street art is set to be curated for NASS, by Upfest, with some of the biggest hyped street artists including Insane 51, Sickboy, Lois O’Hara, Si Mitchell, Gums & Tongue and Kin Dose set to be in attendance. Headliners include three of the UK’s hottest rappers Headie One, Loyle Carner, and West London’s finest AJ Tracey. For the full line-up so far, see www.nassfestival.com/line-up.

 

Tickets for NASS 2022 are on sale NOW with fans able to secure their tickets with a £30 deposit or take advantage of their newly launched Mates Rates scheme. Book as a group of 4 and only pay for 3 tickets. Visit www.nassfestival.com for more information.

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They are priced as follows:-
adult 4-day with camping: £200
adult 3-day with camping: £190
car parking: £20
campervan: £50

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7 music stage; 6 sports courses; DJ & MC workshops, street art, and more.

NASS hosts the only World Cup Skate event in the UK and promises to showcase a formidable line up of boundary destroying riders from every discipline.

Plus inline, public courses and ramps, big air, silent disco, live street art, paintballing, white knuckle rides, shisha lounge, bars, food stalls, and lots more.

More information about this festival will be here when available.



Thursday 7th to Sunday 10th July 2022
Royal Bath and West Showground, Shepton Mallet, Somerset, BA4 6QN, England MAP
£200 for 4 days with camping
daily capacity: 15000
last updated: Thu 30th Jun 2022


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