First wave of artists announced for NASS Festival 2022

First wave of artists announced for NASS Festival 2022

Posted on: 07 Dec 2021

Festival organisers unveiled the list containing over 80 names for their grandiose return to the festival circuit next summer.


NASS has announced the first acts filling the bill for the latest edition of their Bristol-based weekender in July 2022, having been forced to postpone for the previous two years due to the pandemic.


Headlining on Friday is Headie One, with The Streets booked for the prime Saturday night slot. Other artists confirmed include Mabel, Becky Hill and Wilkinson, with Ray BLK, Ocean Wisdom and Mungo's Hi-Fi also performing.


With yet another stellar cast of acts, you don't want to hang about. General sale tickets will be available for purchase from 10 am on Friday 3 December, click here to secure your spot.

Billed as the UK’s biggest celebration of music, street art, skate and BMX, NASS will be returning to Bath and West Showground near Bristol from July 7-10 2022.


2021's edition was due to take place in September. Alas, organisers were forced to cancel the event as a result of ever-changing Covid-19 related restrictions. Many of the acts booked for 2022 were also due to perform in this year's canceled edition.


NASS caters to a range of tastes, offering a broad spectrum of genres, from drum & bass with stalwarts Andy C and My Nu Leng, to house courtesy of celebrated Australian DJ and producer Sonny Fodera.


UK Hip-Hop frontrunner Ms Banks will also perform, whilst Kettama brings his rave house sound to Bristol. NASS will also host some of the biggest names in BMX for a series of competitions across the four-day festival. More information about BMX events will be announced in January 2022.


Thousands of tickets have rolled over to 2022, so if NASS sounds like it's for you, don't hang about. Click here to buy general sale tickets from 10 am on Friday 3 December.

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