NASS 2014 ends with a bang but the countdown to NASS 2015 is on!

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Day three of NASS 2014 saw the weekend climax with some of the most exceptional action sports NASS has ever seen, plus one music heavy Sunday, making it without doubt the biggest and best NASS festival on record!

Action sports fans were not left disappointed by the heated and monumental finals across the NASS arena.  For the ISU NASS Skate finals, the Brits put on a hell of a show showing the strength of the UK scene but it was last year’s winner, Spanish Danny Leon who took 1st place nailing a perfect rodeo backflip and making the crowd go wild. If that wasn’t enough, Danny then went onto to win the £3K Midi ramp purse. 

15 year old Cameron Crozier took the MTB Open Finals outside on the Dirt Jumps, Brandon Loupos (AUS), James Jones (GBR) and Logan Martin (AUS) took 1st, 2nd and 3rd respectively at the BMX Dirt Finals and Ozzie blader and powerhouse CJ Wellsmore took the honours in the Inline Pro comp. 

Completing the NASS 2014 action sports offering on a high, the Pro BMX Finals saw Brit Jack Watts secure the 3rd podium spot with a cork double flip and the final prestigious top two podium slots went to Ozzies Boyd Hilder and Logan Martin.  

Over at Main Stage, ska punk band Reel Big Fish pulled in a massive crowd for the closing night of NASS 2014. Their infectious ska-punk anthems had a sea of fans in a euphoric state normally reserved for the first rather than the third night of the festival. 
Before them, Dutch drum and bass collective Noisia brought a whole host of beats and basslines whilst Wilkinson took the dynamic crowd through to the early hours of Monday with drop after drop of drum heavy tunes.  

Never to be outdone, it was the turn of Gallows to bring the house down with their furiously paced and raging gig, turning The Slammer tent into a sea of moshing madness. 

In the Warehouse, DJ EZ did what he does best - dropping timeless garage classics long into the small hours of the morning and in so doing, brought down the curtain on what will be remembered as the most memorable festival in NASS history. 

After a weekend of incredible music, unbelievable action sports and blistering sunshine, it’s sadly the end of NASS 2014. But do not fret as NASS 2015 is only 361 days away. Early Bird tickets are now available for just £89 (3 day camping Fri-Sun) or a mere £135 for VIP camping.

Published on 16 July 2014 by Ben Robinson

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