MAIN STAGE | SOUTHBANK | THE WAREHOUSE | THE HANGAR | THE LOCK IN SIKA STUDIOS | FATTY'S YARD | TRUCK & BEARING
Discover a wide array nine curated stages. From the main stage arena to the wooded glade that hosts the inspired madness of Sika Studios, we cover all bases. The air inside cavernous warehouses is made thick with the low frequencies of drum and bass, dubstep and house. Whilst the defiant sounds of reggae, hip-hop, grime and punk spring up across the site.
Now a permanent fixture at NASS Festival due to unprecedented demand. The outdoor main stage sure packs a punch and 2019 is going to floor you! Some acts are just too big to fit indoors and we’ve put them all on our largest stage to date. Expect some epic performances from the biggest names.
As if the mainstage wasn’t enough we present Southbank. Always a massive party and open 'till late.
Heavy vibes and hard beats at one of our two warehouse rave arenas. Where Drum & Bass Royalty and Garage Legends collide.
2018 was a huge year NASS as we hosted an all new fully immersive experience throughout the whole weekend in The Hangar Stage alongside our friends at Good Life. Expect some big names throughout the weekend in 2019. Enter if you dare!
We’re hyped to welcome the return of 2018s brand new stage. Last year THE LOCK IN saw epic sets from Mike Skinner, DJ Luck & MC Neat, Jungle Brothers and more…
The beating Bristolian heart of NASS away from the Parks, Tracks and Verts. SIKA just keeps getting bigger! 2018 saw a new area, a bigger set-up and even more performers from our favourite collective for their biggest year ever. In 2019 expect some surprises and plenty of battles alongside legendary names.
Back by popular demand, we're hyped to bring back our open-air stage Fatty’s Yard to NASS. Bigger and better with an epic stage set up, 10k Soundsystem, insanely good cocktails, chill out areas, a ton of acts to be announced on the line up and of course…good vibes guaranteed.
The Truck & Bearing is our very own pub serving up a foot stomping line-up. For as long as we can remember we’ve wanted to create something a bit different, an alternative to our epic music stages where people can go to hangout and kickback. This year the Truck & Bearing returns serving up great beers and great sounds.