When it comes to immersive experiences paired with sustainable initiatives, no one does it better than Deep tropics. Based in Nashville, they have become the greenest event in the United States, continuously going beyond net zero and producing carbon negative festivals for the past two years and will do so again this year.
They announced their return to Music City for their 5th iteration on August 18-19 with a massive lineup that represents, as co-founder Blake Atchison shares, “a world dance music sound.Headlining SG Lewis, Gorgon City and What So Not, they are joined by an impressive list of genre artists including Eli & Fur, Inzo, KHIVA, Kream, Saka, Coco & Breezy and many more.
We have artists from six continents, which really excites me. Growing up in Nashville, it’s a bit surreal to welcome this level of cultural diversity in a city that’s still primarily known for country music. I’m especially excited for Major League DJz, Gorgon City, SG Lewis, Sonny Fodera, DJ Minx, Coco & Breezy, Lunice and What So Not as well as local legends Subrinse and Lux Velor. – Blake Atchison (co-founder of Deep Tropics)
Deep Tropics will once again create a full schedule of pre-parties, daytime events, workshops and opportunities to connect in intimate settings throughout the weekend. Additionally, several off-site after-party options catering to different musical subgenres will perform simultaneously after the main event to continue late into the night.
Whether you’re in Nashville or beyond, Deep Tropics is a must-attend festival this year.
Tickets go on sale Friday, March 17 here.