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3rd Mar 2014 10:20am | By Editor
Exploding on to the Bath and West Showground from July 11 - 13, NASS returns for another weekend with over 15,000 lovers of music and action sports.
2014’s three-day festival boasts massive music acts, the best in international BMX, skate and inline competitions, live graffiti, street art, break dancing and rave mischief that could only take place in the massive warehouses unmistakable to NASS.
Headlining one night with their only show in the UK in 2014 are Hip-hop legends Cypress Hill. Reunited for the first time since 2004, their performance at NASS will be a UK festival exclusive.
With over 20 years of energetic tours, hits and shows under their belts, Reel Big Fish will be a NASS act that won't be easily forgotten! Loved for their hyperkinetic stage shows, juvenile humour, ironic covers of new wave pop songs and metallic shards of ska, there's no doubt Reel Big Fish will have NASS goers skanking up a sweat to 'Sell Out', 'Take Me On', many more classic and some frantic new hits. D+B superstar Netsky also takes to the NASS Main Stage with Netsky Live, his internationally-acclaimed show including his biggest hits with a full live band.
Noisia, the Dutch drum n’ bass pioneers, will be at hand with their pounding basslines alongside music tastemaker and DJ phenomena Mistajam and 2013 MOBO Award- winning rappers, Krept & Konan.
Recognised as one of the ‘Best garage’ DJs, DJ Ez will blast his love for the best new and old school Garage beats. Dance-floor drum n’ bass outfit Black Sun Empire and Bristol-based DJ and producer TC take residence in ‘The Warehouse’ indoor arena for the late night sessions.
Other acts confirmed to appear over the weekend include DJs Hannah Wants, My Nu Leng and Nicky Blackmarket.
Tier 1 tickets are available to buy at: nassfestival.com. Weekend camping passes start from £89.
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