NASS 2022 unveils final lineup

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published: Thu 30th Jun 2022

Loyle Carner

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

It’s ONE WEEK until NASS festival returns and with the site currently building, the countdown is officially on for the UK’s biggest cross-celebration of music, street art, skate and BMX,NASS today releases details on what fans can expect at this year’s festival, taking place from 7-10 July 2022 at the Bath and West Showground, nr. Bristol. Taking place across four days, NASS is headlined this year by Headie One, Loyle Carner and, fresh from his Glastonbury set, AJ TraceyFinal remaining tickets are on sale now at www.nassfestival.com, take advantage of the Mates Rates scheme. Book as a group of 4 and only pay for 3 tickets.

 

MUSIC

From the outdoor Main Stage to the wooded glade that hosts the inspired madness of Sika Studios, NASS’ eight stages cover all bases, musical tastes, genres and vibes. The air inside cavernous warehouses is made thick with the low frequencies of drum and bass, dubstep, jungle and house. Whilst the defiant sounds of reggae, hip-hop and grime spring up across the site.

 

NASS is back with a 200+ strong line-up including headliners Headie One, Loyle Carner and AJ Tracey. Plus, there’ll be huge festival sets from Mabel, Becky Hill, Wilkinson presents Cognition, Ocean Wisdom, Raye, Ella Eyre, Ray BLK, Ben Nicky, JME Presents Grime MC FM and more. Plus, hot on the heels of mega Glastonbury performances, fans will be treated to sets from Bad Boy Chiller Crew, Sub Focus, Kurupt FM,  Andy C, SHY FX, Wilkinson, Harriett Jaxxon, Watch The Ride and  SASASAS. Check the full line-up out here.

 

STREET ART

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 in attendance.

 

The Street Art Maze will be in place at NASS, featuring a collection artwork created at UPFEST 2022. What’s more, the exterior will have fresh paint from Mind Control, Acerone and members of Gums and Tonguecrew. Graff Battles will also be happening throughout the festival - check out the 16-artist play-off competition across the weekend!

 

SKATE & BMX

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. Competing athletes include Olympic talent such as gold medallist Charlotte Worthington and Team GB’s Declan Brooks, and James Jones.

 

Just announced today, Redbull will be bringing its Road Gap skate jam to NASS. Inspired by the legendary Big Ben skating spot, fans are encouraged to head down to the jam to watch some of the top street skaters battle it out for the best trick! The Plaza, NASS’ own public skatepark will be back 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.

 

AND MORE…

Thursday night at NASS is sorted, with the festival’s Silent Disco back and bigger than ever before! This year the Silent Disco King will be taking over the Main Stage for the world’s biggest DnB silent disco, for an unmissable, high-octane, adrenaline fueled experience. Headphones will be reserved with a payable deposit and ready to collect after 10am on Thursday 7 July 2022. Once finished with the headphones after the event, simply drop them back to the deposit hut before 5pm on Friday 8 July 2022 for the £20 deposit to be refunded within 7 working days.

 

Jägermeister Platz is landing at NASS this year, serving up ice cold shots (straight from the freezer!), with a new ice cold stage and line-up including Majestic, P Money and Mollie Collins - we're sure you'll have the best nights of your life. Come find it opposite The Hangar, and follow @jägermeisteruk for all live updates.

 

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.

 

Final remaining tickets for NASS 2022 are on sale NOW with fans able to 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.



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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