NASS is a four day festival held at the Bath and West Showground, which brings together 15,000 lovers of music, skating and BMXing to celebrate their lifestyle. Pitch your tent for a long weekend in our action sports and music world: purpose built skate and bike parks and 5 stages of Dubstep, Drum and Bass, Punk and Rock.
Between the massive music acts and the raw action sports professionals ruthlessly competing for gold, the festival's aim is to push boundaries. To ride or to party? You decide.
This is the only festival for true fans of skating and BMXing. Nothing else compares.
All ages are welcome to the festival but persons’ aged 15 and under are only allowed to purchase day tickets. The following age restrictions apply:
Persons’ aged 15 and under must be accompanied by an adult aged 21 years and above. Each adult can accompany a maximum of two children.
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Disabled Access Information
NASS is located on Bath and West Showground, which makes NASS a very accessible festival as all avenues have hard surfaces apart from the main stage and the campsite area, which is grassland which when the rain comes can make access around the campsite difficult.
We endeavour to be a festival that everyone can enjoy, and to provide an event site which is as accessible as possible to everyone.
The use of disabled access facilities is reserved solely for the use of permanently disabled customers and unfortunately not for those with broken legs, recent injuries and/ or pregnancies.
Travelling to/from the festival
We are situated on the A371 between Shepton Mallet and Castle Cary.
Coming from the Bristol area (North and West) - turn off at M32 and take the A37. Coming from Devon or Cornwall (South West) - take the M5 and turn off for A39. Turn on to the A361 in Glastonbury until A371. Coming from the (East and North) - Take the M3 turning off at A303 until the A371.
The nearest stations are at Castle Cary (for a shuttle service to the showground and back, see below), Bristol or Temple Combe.
Get the official NASS shuttle bus from Castle Cary Station to the festival. Timetable and more information to follow shortly
The history of NASS Festival
Legends such as Tony Hawk and Matt Hoffman have performed at NASS in years gone by, making way for the up-and-coming stars of our generation, including BMXers like Mark Webb, Matt Priest, Daniel Sandoval, Kevin Peraza, Big Daddy; Skaters such as Austen Seaholm, Ben Nordberg, Chris Oliver; and inliners Brian Aragon, Chris Haffey, Jeff Stockwell.
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