NASS festival 2024 cancelled amid “significant increase” in costs

THE 2024 NASS festival has been cancelled.

The event, at the Royal Bath & West Showground, in Shepton Mallet, was set to run in July next year.

But organisers have confirmed it will not take place, due to “the cost-of-living crisis and the significant increase in operational costs”.

A statement said: “We’re gutted to announce that NASS will not be taking place in 2024.

“This decision has not been made lightly.

“Unfortunately, we have found ourselves impacted by both the cost-of-living crisis and the significant increase in operational costs to run a show like NASS.

“Regrettably, despite our best efforts, it’s just not economically feasible to continue.”

They thanked artists, suppliers, partners and fans for their support.

“We feel incredibly privileged that so many of you chose to party with us each summer – many for your first time at a festival,” they added.

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I am the editor in chief of Blackmore Vale media, which includes the New Blackmore Vale, New Stour & Avon, Salisbury & Avon Gazette and the Purbeck Gazette, having been a reporter for some 20 years. In my spare time, I am a festival lover, with a particular focus on Glastonbury. I live in Somerset with my wife and two children.