6 Jul - 9 Jul
NASS Festival returns in July 2023, promising to once again lay on an incredible weekend of music, street art, skate and BMX at the Royal Bath & West Showground.
The UK’s only professional action sport and music festival, NASS Festival’s expansive lineup will include a number of sports competitions in Skate, BMX, Inline and FMX – battled out by some of the biggest names on the international scene, as well as brilliant music from the world’s of drum and bass, hip-hop, grime, garage and house.
And beyond that, street art will continue to play a huge part in the festival with various dedicated pieces to be showcased around the site, all in partnership with Upfest, the founders of Europe’s largest street art festival.
NASS Festival 2023 Lineup
NASS Festival 2023 Tickets
Camping during the festival is included with Camping Tickets purchased here. All you need is basic camping gear, like a tent, a camping pad and a head torch (so useful in the night). If you don’t want to bring your own tent, the festival offers Pre-pitched tents with extra comfort to be announced soon:
Alternatively, you can book nearby hotels and apartments using the map below or visit booking.com
Car Parking & Campervan Tickets can be purchased here
The closest train station to the festival is Castle Cary. From London Paddington Station take the train to Castle Cary (1h 35 min journey). The festival will be operating a shuttle bus between the station and festival site for a small fee (cash only).
BY SHUTTLE BUS
Shuttle buses will run regularly from the festival entrance to Castle Cary Station.
London Heathrow Airport (LHR) is the closest to the festival. From Heathrow Terminals 2 & 3 take the train to London Paddington (16 min journey) and from there, take the train to Castle Cary (1h 35 min journey). You can then take the festival’s shuttle bus to take you to the venue.