NASS Festival – the celebration of bass music, street art and extreme sport – has added more than 40 names to the already beefy lineup.
A fresh drop of artists are joining the already-announced headliners Chase & Status (who will be performing their RTRN II Jungle DJ set) and pioneers of British alt-hip-hop The Streets when the festival returns to Shepton Mallet from July 9 to 12.
Exciting new additions include Stefflon Don, Annie Mac, Holy Goof, Hybrid Minds, Solardo, Kurupt FM, Jay1, Royce da 5’9” and Easy Life: a welcome mixture of legendary and emerging underground talent.
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Other highlights include D Double E, Holy Goof, Alix Perez, Dimension, Tiffany Calver, House Of Pharaohs, Jossy Mitsu, Mungo’s HiFi with Eva Lazarus, Sammy Virji and Nadia Rose, all of whom will play host to 30,000 fans at the Bath & West Showground.
There will also be skate and BMX battles with world-famous extreme sports athletes taking part in competitions, while specially-commissioned street art will also be going on display, making NASS a feast for the eyes as well as ears.
NASS Festival will take place at the Bath & West Showground from Thursday, July 9 to Sunday, July 12 2020. For tickets and more information, visit www.nassfestval.com.
Photos courtesy of NASS Festival
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