Official Partner

NASS Festival 2019

  • Royal Bath & West Showground, Shepton Mallet, United Kingdom
  • 11-14 July 2019
NASS Festival 2019
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Action sports and cutting-edge lineups

NASS Festival is the UK's only professional action sport and music festival, laying on a weekend of displays and fierce competition across skate and BMX, all played out to a backdrop of some of the country's most popular musicians. 

Joining them for this summer's festival at the Bath and West Showground will be rap star Giggs, drum and bass band Rudimental and UK hip-hop's man of the moment Loyle Carner.

Take a stroll around the site, and festival-goers will find it covered in a lick of paint, as the festival's partnership with European street art festival Upfest brings together a host of creatives to show off their work across ramps, rails, vehicles and walls. 

Lineup


Southbank


Hangar


The Warehouse

  • Marcus Nasty
  • Mikey B
  • Eyez
  • Trilla
  • Forca
  • Amen4tenko Showcase: Mandidextrous
  • Cheese&Bread Showcase: Jay 0117
  • Nastee Boi
  • Grime & D&B Showcase

The Lock-In



Main Stage


Southbank


Hangar


The Warehouse




Main Stage


Southbank


Hangar


The Warehouse


The Lock-In

  • Champion & MC Serious
  • Elijah & Skilliam
  • L U C Y
  • Royal T & P Money
  • Joker & Footsie
  • Swindle [DJ set]


Music


Skaters

  • Aaron Jago
  • Adam Keats
  • Adrien Bulard
  • Alex Hallford
  • Charlie Munro
  • Christian Estrada
  • James Threlfall
  • Jordan Sharkey
  • Jordan Thackeray
  • Ke'chaud Johnson
  • Kris Vile
  • Robert Smith
  • Sam Pulley

BMX Riders

  • Ash Finlay
  • Dylan Hessey
  • Felipe Manerim
  • Jack Clark
  • Justin Dowell
  • Jack Mould
  • Kaine Mitchell
  • Jack Watts
  • Kieran Reilly
  • Oakley Way
  • Paul Thölen
  • Tom Van Den Bogaard
  • Alex Donnachie
  • Anthony Perrin
  • Ben Gordon
  • Bora Altintas
  • Bruno Hoffmann
  • Cam Morton
  • Courage Adams
  • Dan Banks
  • Dan Lacey
  • Felix Prangenberg
  • Harry Barrett
  • Harry Mills-Wakley
  • James Cunningham
  • Jordan Godwin
  • Jordan Okane
  • Joseph Foley
  • Kris Bunnage
  • Maks Pluciennik
  • Mati Lasgoity
  • Michal Smelko
  • Ollie Shields
  • Oscar Daeche
  • Pete Jones
  • Sam Jones
  • Stuart Chisholm
  • Tariq Haouche

Set amongst the green, open spaces of Somerset, the Royal Bath & West Showgrounds is transformed with an abundance of stages for the festival.


Address

Royal Bath & West Showground, Shepton Mallet, BA4 6QN, United Kingdom

FAQs

The closest station to the festival is Castle Cary. The festival will be operating a shuttle bus between the station and festival site. These will cost £4 for s single journey and £6 for a return, payable in cash only. 

Yes, there is plenty of space for parking should you choose to drive to the festival. You will need to purchase a car parking ticket in order to use the car park.

All ages are welcome at the festival. Children aged 10 and under are allowed free entry. Teen tickets (11-15yrs inclusive) are also available. Please note that those aged 15 or under must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

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