Deep Tropics parts the jungle greenery revealing an absolutely stacked lineup for this two-day festival on August 26th and 27th! Located in the heart of Nashville in the Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park, Deep Tropics encompasses three meticulously curated stages, art installations, after parties, and much more!
This lineup features Amtrac, Of The Trees, Ben Böhmer, Wax Motif, Tsuruda, Tchami, A Hundred Drums, Chee, and Notlö. Obviously, if we keep going, we’ll name off the whole lineup. We’re blown away by this diverse curation that celebrates the many genres and sub-genres we know and love. We are also highly anticipating the reveal of the surprise headliner that is still to come!
As Deep Tropics embarks on its fourth year, it has introduced a new stage entitled Lotus. This stage is among good company like Congo Soundsystem stage and Meru amphitheater; well known for its terraced viewing areas, ancient temple-like design, and skyline views.
In addition, Deep Tropics strives to be a climate positive event. As they use green initiatives supported by their non-profit Deep Culture and partnership with Green Disco. Deep Culture strives to “curate experiences that activate transformation of self, community, and planet.” In 2021, Deep Culture and Green Disco kept 79% of the festival’s waste out of landfills. Only wanting to improve upon these initiatives, Deep Tropics’ mission is to become the greenest festival in the United States.
Tickets go on sale Friday, March 25th at 12:00pm CT!
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