This event has been postponed
NASS Festival 2020 has been postponed due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. A message from the festival organisers is below:
We’re heartbroken to announce that NASS will no longer take place this Summer.
We explored all options to run the show, but it is clear rescheduling to 2021 is our only option. The safety of our fans, the local community and everyone involved in NASS comes first.
All tickets for this year’s festival will automatically be transferred to next year. The Streets will headline NASS 2021 with A.M.C feat Phantom, Andy C, Benny L, Bou, Crissy Criss, Holy Goof, Hybrid Minds, Jaykae, Kanine, Kings of the Rollers, SASASAS, SHY FX, Sika Studios and Fatty’s Yard also joining the bill! We’ll be announcing loads more acts later this year…
By sticking with us, you’ll be helping to support the future of NASS and everyone involved behind the scenes. But, we know some of you really need the cash right now, or may simply prefer a refund. Look out for an email from us within the next 72 hours which will include more info about how to claim a refund for the face value of your ticket.
Thank you to everyone who has sent messages of support over the past few weeks. We’ve been overwhelmed by the outpouring of love from our NASS fam. We’d be nothing without you guys.
We’ll see you next year. Until then, stay safe and look out for each other.
Please visit www.nassfestival.com/ for more information.
Chase & Status (DJ Set)
Chase (Will) & Status (Saul) have been hailed as 'the most exciting producers in the UK today'. They met at Manchester University through their mutual love of drum and bass in the mid nineties and have DJ'd ever since. Their frenetic formula of raging riffs and high octane breakdowns earned their acclaimed album 'No More Idols' double platinum status, whilst their baffling, on-the-fly manipulation of dirty, ferocious beats has attracted a devoted global fan base, who live and breathe that tumultuous bass driven sound.
See 4 tour dates featuring Chase & Status (DJ Set)
Mike Skinner's project The Streets had an undeniable impact on the music scene, releasing 6 studio albums between 2002 and 2011. Debut album 'Original Pirate Material' was a brilliant blend of urban poetry, UK Garage, cut-up beats and a wicked sense of humour. Meanwhile follow-up 'A Grand Don't Come For Free' spawned the UK No.1 single 'Dry Your Eyes' and the album went multi-platinum around the world. The Streets played what was meant to be their last ever gig at The Big Reunion 2011 at Butlins in Skegness, performing a set celebrating a decade of their career. However they have reformed for a one-off reunion tour in 2018.
See 7 tour dates featuring The Streets
For a London girl who kick-started her career on the now almost forgotten social networking site myspace, Lily Allen became a sensation. Her cheeky songs, down-to-earth lyrics and dramatic sense of fashion soon saw her climb out of Internet-based cultdom into mainstream commercial success, emerging with her iconic debut No 1 single ‘Smile’. Her 2006 debut album 'Alright, Still' combined pure pop with ska, reggae and hip hop influences and to date has sold over 2.5 million copies worldwide. Her follow-up 'It's Not Me, It's You' took in electropop, country and even jazz, scoring memorable hits including 'Not Fair' and the no.1 single 'The Fear'. Allen then took a music hiatus, launching her own clothes shop and raising a family, before returning to music with third album 'Sheezus', taking her in a more R&B and urban direction, and the critically acclaimed fourth album 'Shame' which earned her a Mercury nomination.
See Lily Allen tour dates
Royal Bath & West Showground
- The Showground
- Shepton Mallet
- BA4 6QN