6 - 9 July 2023 Shepton Mallet, nr. Bristol
a four day festival of music, street art, skate + BMX
6 - 9 July 2023 | Shepton Mallet, nr. Bristol
a four day festival of music, street art, skate + BMX
6 - 9 July 2023 | Shepton Mallet, nr. Bristol




NASS 2022 is taking place from 7 – 10 July 2022.

This year’s line up includes headliners Headie One, Loyle Carner and AJ Tracey – plus Mabel, Becky Hill, Wilkinson presents Cognition & hundreds more acts across 8 stages. See the full line up HERE

NASS takes places at the Bath and West Showground in Shepton Mallet. 

If we can’t go ahead you’ll either be able to get a refund for the face value of your ticket (booking fees are retained by the ticket agent) or keep hold of your ticket for the next year.  

Yes – If we can’t go ahead in 2022, you’ll be able to keep hold of your tickets for the following year or request a refund.

Head towards The Showground, Shepton Mallet BA4 6QN.

As you get closer, you’ll see yellow road signs which will direct you to the right car park.

Getting dropped off?

Follow signs for Blue Gate / Blue Car Park.

Parking at NASS – Camping Ticket Holders

If you’re parking at the show follow signs for Green Car Park.

Parking at NASS – Day  Ticket Holders

Follow signs for Blue Gate / Blue Car Park.

Parking at NASS – Campervan Pass Holders

Follow signs for Purple Gate / Campervans. 

Dedicated NASS shuttle buses will run every regularly from the festival entrance to Castle Cary. We charge a small fee of £4 per journey to cover our costs. Our buses are cashless, so please bring a debit/credit card with you.

Whilst Castle Cary is our nearest station it is 1hr and 20 min walk away down narrow country roads.

Please DO NOT WALK – it’s not safe and impacts our local area.

Help us keep you safe. Hop on a bus. #NASSSafe

Yeah! We have lots of concrete to ride and a custom built public park.

2022 On Sale

All ages are welcome, but you must be aged 16 or over to attend without an adult.  

Anyone aged 15 or under will need to be accompanied by an adult aged 21 or over. One adult can look after up to 2 under 15s.  

If you look under 16 we will ask you for ID before you can gain entry to the festival. Valid forms of ID are a Drivers License (provisional is ok), Passport or any other form of ID that is certified in the PASS system.  

We get asked every year if college ID or photocopies are ok. They’re not. We can only accept original versions of the IDs listed above.  

No. We don’t allow re-entry at NASS festival. When you arrive at the festival, you’ll be able to return to your car once on the day of arrival to collect your belongings. (Please note, alcohol can only be brought it on your first entry into the festival). 

 After that, if you choose to leave the festival site, once you have your camping wristband, you won’t be able to re-enter. This goes for all campers, including if you have chosen to stay in accommodation near by.  

NASS Festival operates on a tiered ticket system. This simply means that our ticket prices start cheaper for the early birds and increase as time goes on. The tiers of pricing are set when the Festival goes on sale and will progress up through different price tier changes as we get closer to the event. The sooner you buy, the cheaper it is. Other than the price you pay, there is no difference to the ticket you receive. We have a set allocation of tickets for each tier. Once the set allocation of tickets has sold out we progress onto the next tier and the price increases.

About NASS

Like in 2021, any measures we put in place will be in collaboration with our local public health partners and we will follow UK Gov guidelines. 

Yes, we’ll be increasing our cleaning across the festival site. In particular toilets, showers, food vendors and bars. 

Please email nass@visionninegroup.com and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.  

No dogs are allowed with the exception of guide dogs.

No. All sporting events are held within the arena and require a NASS Festival ticket.

No. Once you’re in the festival, all sporting activities are free to watch. There is no additional pass for watching skate/bmx competitions.

I have a ticket

Deposit payments for NASS 2022 are due on Friday 29 April 2022.

Yes, there’s plenty of room for everyone.  

Our bars, fairground, car parks etc. will all be cashless. 

The supermarket will sell a range of products, including:

Sweets and confectionary

Breakfast and cakes products

Ice and ice lollies

Camping equipment of all descriptions





CBD vapes and associated products

Soft drinks




Novelty goods


Main Arena Opening Times

  • Thursday 7 July – 12pm – 2am
  • Friday 8 July – 9am – 3am
  • Saturday 9 July – 9am – 3am
  • Sunday 10 July – 9am – 2am

Car Park Opening Times

  • Thursday 7 July – 7am – 10pm (last entry)
  • Friday 8 July – 7am – 10pm (last entry)
  • Saturday 9 July – 7am – 10pm (last entry)
  • Sunday 10 July – 7am – 10pm (last entry)

Box Office Opening Times

  • Thursday 7 July – 7am – 10pm
  • Friday 8 July – 7am – 10pm
  • Saturday 9 July – 7am – 10pm
  • Sunday 10 July – 7am – 10pm

Campsite Opening Times

  • Our campsites open at 9am on Thursday 7 July
  • They close at 2pm on Monday 11 July (yes, you must have gone home by then!)

Yep you can. You can arrive at the festival anytime from 7am on Thursday 7 July 2022.

Please get in touch with your ticket agent directly and they’ll be able to help you.

Our Box Office team will also be able to help on the day of the show.

You can find ticket agent contact details here 

NASS Tickets are non-refundable. See full terms and conditions for more detail.

No. All vehicles must be left in the car park. We allow one small tent next to campervans/motorhomes but they must be in the campervan field.

Yes. We allow all ticket holders to upgrade their ticket and simply pay the price difference. For example, Weekend Ticket holders wishing to upgrade to VIP can do so very easily. All ticket upgrades are processed by SEE TICKETS, please contact SEE for help upgrading.

No. We only allow campervans, motorhomes, caravans and trailer-tents. More details on our Ticket Information page.

You are advised that flicker, laser, strobe and other lighting effects may be using during some performances.

No, we don’t allow disposable or portable BBQs, gas/paraffin lamps or any kind of cooking equipment due to the risk of fire.

We release stage times in our app, one week before the festival.

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