A huge line-up is set for this years epic NASS festival – including three massive headliners! A festival that you don’t want to miss out on for sure!

NASS is a wonderful festival that celebrates music, street art, stake, and BMX. It takes place at the Bath and West Showground from 8-11 July 2021. It has recently be announced that Headie One is set to be one of the healiners. Headie One is one of the UKs best rappers. His debut album “Edna” found a place at the top of the charts in October last year. He has collaborated with some of the biggest names on todays music scene including; AJ Tracey, Drake, Stormzy, Future, Skepta, Aitch, Mahalia and many more.

Kano will also be returning to the festival as Sunday nights headliner. Of course, fans can expect a huge party when he enters the stage. He is highly respected and popular on the grime scene and is sure to bring out some of his most biggest hits including ‘3 Wheel-ups’, ‘GarageSkankFREESTYLE’ and ‘P’s and Q’s’.

Saturdays headliner will be Birmingham act The Streets. Their claim to fame dates back to 2002 with their debut album “Original Pirate Material” and then quickly became British rap royalty. They changed the face of UK rap music for the generations ahead and will no doubt continue to do so.

These fantastic headliners will be joined by a long line-up of talented, well-known artists including Becky Hill, Raye, Little Simz, Ella Eyre, Ocean Wisdom, and so much more. The full line-up can be found below;

As the festival is sold out, fans who were unfortunate to not get tickets have been advised to not purchase tickets through any unoffical sources – this includes friends and people on social media. If you do this, then the tickets will not be valid and you won’t be allowed into the festival. However, if you couldn’t get tickets, there may still be a chance to attend NASS. It was recently announced that Tixel will be operating a re-sale system for people who are no longer attending the event to sell their tickets safely. The only way to buy resale tickets is through Tixel.

NASS is definitely a festival to mark into your calendars. The line-up looks insane and music fans are sure in for a massive party. To keep up to date with the festival, be sure to follow them on Facebook and Instagram.

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