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NASS Festival 2021

Long weekend full of action sports, cutting-edge music, and parties


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NASS is the only festival in the UK that combines professional action sports and music. A four-day event showcases fierce competitions in skateboarding and BMX, as well as live music acts by big names in punk, rock, drum & bass, and dubstep. The festival attracts about 15,000 attendees.

The action takes place at the Royal Bath & West Showground in Shepton Mallet, UK. The site boasts a 4.2-m (14ft) vert ramp, the largest in Europe, and the cash prizes totaling $50,000. It draws both professional riders and best amateurs. The public can also try out a skate park and BMX dirt jumps to show off some skills. There will also be a lot of graffiti everywhere as the festival partners up with European street art festival Upfest and displays its art across ramps and walls.

The main stage of NASS festival and several secondary stages host a diverse lineup, from rappers like Giggs to hip-hop star like Loyle Carner. Previous editions featured big names like Knife Party, Andy C, Enter Shikari, Public Enemy, Stormy, DJ EZ, Modestep, Sigma, My Nu Leng, Oneman, Hannah Wants, High Contrast, Wilkinson, Fred V & Grafix, Redlight, Zed Bias, Roots Manuva, Rebel Sound, Sigma, Dizzee Rascal, Run DMC, Jax Jones, and many more.

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