Deep Tropics Tickets are Flying, So Act Fast
Nashville’s premier house and bass music festival is back and better than ever this summer. Make your way to Deep Tropics Music, Art, and Style Festival, which will take over Bicentennial Park on August 18 and 19.
Alongside the scene’s most killer music sets, Deep Tropics will feature a program of pre-parties, daytime events, workshops, and more throughout the weekend. Take in the flashing lights and feel the beat at this festival of a lifetime. Watch the video below to see what went down at Deep Tropics 2022. Now, get ready because 2023 is bound to be the best fest yet.
Deep Tropics announced two new lineup additions: Troyboi and LP Giobbi. The iconic British DJ and producer Troyboi is known for hits like “Do You?” and collaborations with stars like Justin Bieber (“Red Eye”) and Billie Eilish (“MyBoi – Troyboi Remix”). And producer, DJ, and pianist LP Giobbi’s debut album Light Places is so mesmerizing that fans cannot get enough. Festivalgoers are jumping at the chance to see both their sets this August. Other big names to watch out for already on the roster include Gorgon City, SG Lewis, What So Not, and so so many more.
Need another reason to attend this fest? Deep Tropics is a climate-positive event, centering green efforts with its nonprofit organization, Deep Culture. The whole event has a zero-waste initiative and incorporates regenerative design. Last year, Deep Tropics diverted 93% of waste from landfills.
Fans are flocking to secure tickets to see their favorite artists light up the stage at Deep Tropics. Since 2-Day Tier 2 passes and single-day Tier 1 passes are almost sold out, you’ll want to move fast to make sure you don’t miss out this summer — buy tickets now! Payment plans are also still available.