Dizzee Rascal and Run DMC confirmed for NASS Festival 2018

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The first acts have been announced for NASS 2018, the UK’s only action sports and music festival. Announcing 2 out of 3 headliners

2018 will see pioneers of grime & hip hop, Dizzee Rascal & Run DMC shake the main stage alongside a diverse selection of acts across 7 stages as well as international skate & BMX competitions across park, vert and dirt disciplines set to a backdrop of street art.

The NASS main stage will see grime superstar Dizzee Rascal make his NASS debut, fresh off the success of his recent album ‘Raskit’, alongside legendary New York hip-hop act Run DMC over the weekend.

Accompanying the two headliners will be legendary DJ, record producer and co-founder of RAM Records, Andy C. A pioneering force in the drum & bass genre, Andy will be joined by Flava D, Rude Kid and BBC Radio 1’s Friction keeping things moving with the party long into the early hours after the bikes and boards have been put down.

Away from the main stage, Holy Goof, Evil B vs B Live, Rene La Vice, Crissy Criss, Annix and the Sika studios collective have been added with over a total of 100 acts still to be announced across seven stages over four action packed days between 5th – 8th July. 

Some 20,000 music and action sports fans will gather to watch the world’s top BMXers and skateboarders and witness an eclectic array of live music performances across the fields of hip hop, drum & bass, grime and many more. With the 3rd headliner to be revealed plus much more, NASS 2018 is shaping up to be the biggest yet. 

Published on 01 December 2017 by Ben Robinson

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