NASS Festival 2023 has announced its first wave of acts, including headliners Little Simz, Chase & Status, and Wu-Tang Clan

The 3-day event will be held at Bath & West Showground on July 6th-9th 2023.
Photo credit: NASS / Adam Lievesley

NASS Festival has just confirmed an initial slate of acts for its 2023 edition, with Little Simz, Chase & Status, and Wu-Tang Clan leading the charge.

The 3-day event will be held near Bristol – at Bath & West Showground, Shepton Mallet – on July 6th-9th 2023.

Headliners Chase & Status will lead the Friday night celebrations, with the drum’n’bass duo delivering a masterclass in electronic music. Acclaimed hip-hop group Wu-Tang Clan will then display their prolific and endured career on stage for a massive Saturday night.

Mercury-prize-winning rapper Little Simz will close the Sunday evening off with her boundary-pushing lyricism and creativity. She’s already proved her worth at Latitude and Reading festivals this year, and NASS will add another notch to her impressive belt.

Elsewhere, recent Dork cover stars Easy Life will bring their genre-twisting but always explosive tunes to the southern fields, and Pip Millett joins the bill following her excellent debut album, ‘When Everything Is Better, I’ll Let You Know’ – Dork’s 4-star review praised the album as, “a goodbye to being afraid and an embrace of a new version of herself.”

Many world-class artists are yet to be announced for the sizzling culture event. You can read the initial line-up announcement in full below:

Ticket pre-sale has already commenced, with general sale opening tomorrow, October 28th, at 10am. Click here for more information.

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