NASS - National Adventure Sports Show - aims to merge music and sport, bringing together Extreme and Street Sports, including displays and competitions from skateboarders, snowboarders and BMX bikes, by presenting bike and board sports platforms along with live music entertainment on Friday and Saturday. The show has a dedicated family camping area, youth group camping area, crèche, childrens play area and extreme funfair. Kids under 8 go free.
NASS Festival takes place at the Royal Bath and West Showground, Shepton Mallet, Somerset from Thursday 11th (limited entry) until Sunday 14th July 2013.
Latest additions are Skepta, Kids in Glass Houses, Idiom, and Mic Righteous.
They join Nas, Hadouken!, Monsta, Loadstar, We Are The Ocean, Watsky, Heavens Basement, Katy B, Zane Lowe, Drumsound, Bassline Smith, Run From Robots, Das Kapital (DJ set), Crisis MC, Mr Nice & Jonny G, Premise, Re-Defeat vs Grunge, and Snatch The Wax, Andy C, Calyx & Teebee, Shy FX, Mistajam, Benga, DJ Marky, Breakage, B.Traits, P Money, Gorgon City, Kidnap Kid, Dismantle, Roska, Jakwob, Stamina, Matrix And Futurebound, Hazard, Ed Rush, Crissy Criss, LX One, Juma MC, Deekline & Ed Solo, Devolution, My Nu Leng, Bromley, Eddie K, and Maxx Baer. Also confirmed are Funtcase & Cookie Monsta, Wilkinson, Culture Shock, Metrik, Lulu James, Hostage, Mind Vortex, Woz, Noisses, Mampi Swift, Panda, Jello, Submental, Koven, Taiki & Nulight, Darko, and Up!Endorphins. More acts will be announced shortly.
For the line-up details as available please click here.
Early bird tickets have sold out. An adult weekend ticket with camping ticket is priced at £99, or £109 for four days from Thursday. An teen (aged 11-15 years) weekend ticket with camping ticket is priced at £49. A child aged 10 or under can attend free but needs a tickets. A campervan pass is priced at £27, and a weekend parking ticket is priced at £10. Day tickets are also available.
To buy tickets, click here.
Sika Studios return for their 4th year to NASS. Sika bring the cream of their UK grime stable with DJ's, MC's, graffiti artists, jugglers, beatboxers, fire spinners, singers and so much more!
NASS is once again hosting the only World Cup Skate event in the UK and promises to showcase a formidable line up of boundary destroying riders from every discipline.
Skaters include Kelvin Hoefler, Timotej Lampe Ignjic, Ben Grove, Ben Nordberg, Danny Leon, Sam Pulley, James Threlfall, Ryan Price, Chris Oliver, Jake Collins, Patricio Perez, Josh 'Manhead' Young, Braulio Sagas, Tomas Vintr, Danny Cartwright, Salar Kooshki, Stephen Roe, Cory Lawson, Kris Vile, Matthew Nevitt, Jordan Sharkey, Neil Smith, Josh Arnott, Rodil Araujo Jr., Jake Hill, Isaac Maxwell, Zeze Iana, Will Golding, Ivan Federico, Danny Broadbent, Jud Heald, Benjamin Rafferty, Adam Keats, Mitchell Young, Marcus Payne, Jake Hill, James Hewett, Rob Jones, Artur Nilov, Max Hawke, John Howlett, Matlok Bennett-Jones, Shaun Currie, and Joe Hinson.
Confirmed BMX riders include Alex Coleborn, Matt Priest, Matt Whyatt, Todd Meyn, Declan Brooks, Angus Gough, Jack Watts, Chris Czako, Tom Isted, Max Chuprina, Dan Harris, Mike Miller, Mario Izquierdo, James Curnock, Dave Pepperell, Jamie Girven, Luke Padgett, Del Shepherd, Luke Parker, and Joe Roofe.
Whilst Inliners confirmed are Jamie Stenner, Scott Quinn, Sam Crofts, Adam Nazarko, Adam Brown, Scott Bagnall, Simon Coburn, Sam Kew, Perran Marks-Thomas, and Jake Ricketts.
More information about this festival will be here when available.
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