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NASS Festival announces second wave of artists


NASS Festival, the UK’s biggest celebration of music, street art, skate and BMX, has announced a fresh drop of over 40 artists for this year’s festival, alongside headliners Chase & Status RTRN II Jungle DJ Set (Friday) and The Streets (Saturday). These exciting new additions include Koven, Annie Mac, Dimension, Barely Legal, Alix Perez (140 set), Jaguar and Friction. NASS returns to Shepton Mallet on Thursday 9 – Sunday 12 July 2020.

Electronic music aficionados Holy Goof, Hybrid Minds and Solardo have also been added to the already unbelievable NASS line up. The combination of Holy Goof’s fluid bass-house, Hybrid Mind’s soulful drum and bass and Solardo’s infectious house is guaranteed to get the crowd hyped.

Photo by: Adam Lievesley

Other acts announced today include Arlo Parks, Carasel, Crisis MC, Darkzy & Window Kid, D Double E, Dizraeli, Dread Mc, Eksman, Emerald b2b Jaguar b2b Alexistry, Evil B, Felon, Friction, Gentleman’s Dub Club, Goldie Lookin Chain, Heartless Crew, Hollie Cook, Holy Goof, House Of Pharaohs, IC3, Inja, Jossy Mitsu, Jubei, Kanine, Linguistics, Mungo’s HiFi with Eva Lazarus, Nadia Rose, Nathan Dawe, Phibes, Roska, Rude Kid, Sammy Virji, Starz & Deeza, The Barefoot Bandit, Tiffany Calver And Zed Bias.

Beyond the music, NASS will return with awe-inspiring skate and BMX competitions, with the biggest names on the international scene battling it out. Street art also continues to play a huge part in the festival with various dedicated pieces to be showcased on site. More details to be revealed this year. Bristol-based artists The Hass and Kin-Dose have already set the tone, creating two incredible murals to unveil Chase & Status and The Streets at the end of last year.

In 2019, NASS welcomed 30,000 festivalgoers to the Bath & West Showground, delivering a sold out weekend of music, street art, skate and BMX.

Tickets are on sale now via the NASS website here


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