From Friday 8 July – Sunday 10 July, NASS Action Sports & Music Festival comes to the south west. Arriving at the Royal Bath & West Showground in Shepton Mallet, near Bristol, this summer – with exciting news and lineups just announced.

American hip-hop act Jurassic 5 have been confirmed as the headliners for this year’s festival, which will also include a plethora of high-octane extreme sports and live music.

The American alternative hip hop group will join headliners drum ‘n’ bass champion, Andy C, one of the fore fathers of the genre and Australian electronic dance music duo, Knife Party.

Other acts confirmed include NME award winner Rat Boy, Bugzy Malone, US skate pink band FIDLAR, garage and drum & bass station Kurupt FM and Belgian drum & bass producer/musician Netsky.

Bristol’s own Roni Size’s label Full Cycle will also be showcased during the event.J5--Press-ShotInspired by the individuality and creativity of alternative youth culture, the weekend of 8th – 10th July will see 15,000 music & extreme sport fans descend on to the Bath & West Showground just a few miles from the unofficial alternative capital of street and skate culture and music hub, Bristol.

Andrew Topham, NASS Director added: “Our line up for 2016 is incredible, Jurassic 5 is one of those iconic bands that you just know and admire and they will definitely bring the party vibes to the festival. We are stoked to have such an insane line up of grime, hip hop, electro, punk and drum & bass artists on board, bringing something for everyone. Nass unites alternative cultures of action sport, music and street culture together in one unique experience and I can honestly say this year is one not to be missed!”

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