NASS Festival made its return over the weekend after a gap of two years following the covid pandemic.

Visitors to the event at the Bath and West Showground near Shepton Mallet were treated to an epic line-up comprising the best in street art, skate, BMX and live music.

It took place over four days from Thursday, July to Sunday. July 10.

On Sunday, AJ Tracey delivered a knock-out headline set to fans, serving up a  high-octane performance, fresh from his appearance at Glastonbury.

Fans enjoyed a musical line-up spanning house, drum’n’bass, jungle, grime, hip-hop, RnB and more. 

At the Pro Park, invitational competitions came to an exhilarating close, with Men’s Skate Street, Men’s BMX Street, and comps at the Mini Ramp presented by DC Shoes all taking place as crowds watched the action. 

A NASS Festival spokesman said: "It’s been an absolute joy to bring NASS back after two years away. Over the four days, we’ve been lucky to have such wonderful weather and have been treated to unforgettable performances from headliners Headie One, Loyle Carner and AJ Tracey, as well as a whole host of other world-class artists.

"NASS has played host to professional skate and BMX athletes from all over the world, who’ve provided us with truly exhilarating jams and competitions, while street artists have created amazing, unique works of art all over the site.

"Thanks to our festival-goers for coming along – we hope you enjoyed it as much as we did. As ever, thank you to local residents for your ongoing co-operation, and to everyone who works so hard to make NASS festival happen.

"We’re releasing 2023 Earlybird tickets later this week, so keep an eye out for more information. See you next year."