Giggs and Rudimental announced for NASS 2019

The music, skate, BMX and street art festival is the first in the South West to make a major lineup announcement for summer 2019

Giggs and Rudimental announced for NASS 2019

NASS is the first (near) Bristol summer festival to lift the lid on their lineup, announcing their Friday and Saturday night headliners, plus a generous handful of other major hitters set to play across the four-day festival at Royal Bath & West Showground next July. 

UK rap giant Giggs takes Friday’s headline slot, with relentlessly successful dance music collective Rudimental topping Saturday’s bill. The latter makes for a particularly large announcement this side of Christmas, with the group about to release their third studio album, Toast to Our Differences – featuring Nitelife favourite Kojey Radical, Macklemore, Jess Glynn and many, many more – which looks set to become their third UK number one album.

NASS 2019 lineup

four-day programme of live street art, and skate and BMX championships with some of the globe’s best athletes

In and amongst the four-day programme of live street art, and skate and BMX championships with some of the globe’s best athletes, other confirmed artists for NASS 2019 include UK hip hop game changer Loyle Carner, drum and bass-rock legends Pendulum, drum and bass supergroup and jump up champions SASASAS, Bristol-born Lobster Boy boss Redlight, and UK pop favourite Becky Hill.

This is only the first in a series of lineup announcements to come, with the third Sunday night headliner yet to be revealed, but things are certainly shaping up nicely for NASS 2019. Tickets are available now, or you can secure yours with a £30 deposit, via the NASS festival website. 

the third Sunday night headliner is yet to be revealed

11-14 July 2019 – NASS 2019, Royal Bath & West Showground
Tickets // nassfestival.com 

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