Deep Tropics Edition
Glasse Factory is excited to host a tournament designed to showcase several up-and-coming acts we’re excited about, with the winning band receiving a prize package that includes stage time at this year’s Deep Tropics 2022!
The tournament, which we’re calling Glasse-tonbury, will feature artists that submit. Their performances will have been reviewed by a collaborative panel made up of Glasse Factory and Deep Tropics team members, and the matchups will be voted on by you. For each matchup, there will be a link to each performance, a brief description of the songs/artists, and a link to a poll where you can cast your vote.
Prizes for Deep Tropics Edition
1st place – Champion
Set time at Deep Tropics 2022
and more TBA
2nd place – All Star
VIP tickets to Deep Tropics 2022
and more TBA
- 25-30 minute performance (audio + video)
- Artist biography
How to Earn Premium Submissions
Want to make sure you are at the top of our list for when it comes time for us to review submissions? Earn a “premium submission” and learn about how to achieve a premium submission here: https://forms.gle/4vvfHyaKfpecYhes5
- LAST CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS – Glassetonbury: Deep Tropics Edition Submissions Close On Sunday, May 22nd
- Submissions are NOW OPEN for Glassetonbury: Deep Tropics Edition
- The Competition You Know And Love Is Back! Glassetonbury Partners with Deep Tropics for Grand Prize
- Glassetonbury All-Stars Tournament Winner Dan Kiernan Talks “Cutting Ties,” Tournament Redemption, New York, and More
- Glassetonbury, Winner’s Circle: Championship Round
- Glassetonbury, Winner’s Circle: Final Four
Keep track of the tournament!
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About Deep Tropics
The fourth iteration of Deep Tropics’ boutique festival returns to Music City on August 26-27, 2022. It is a carefully curated, music, art, & style experience at Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park in Nashville’s beloved Germantown neighborhood from 3PM- 11PM each day.
Deep Tropics has created an entire program of pre-parties, day-time events, workshops and opportunities to connect in intimate settings throughout the weekend. Additionally, multiple off-site afterparty options catering to different musical subgenres will occur simultaneously following the main event to carry us deep into the night. Expect a full program of pop-up events throughout the summer to escalate the energy and re-unite our tribe as we lead into the festival weekend.
Deep Tropics is produced by forward-thinking, dance music enthusiasts at Full Circle Presents. The creative site and stage design is led by art director, Aaron Martin and will take the energy to stratospheric levels. The one-of-a-kind amphitheater in the park ensures every viewpoint is perfect with a beautiful downtown skyline view in the backdrop. It will host the massive, ancient temple inspired stage called “Meru”, a brand new stage dubbed “Lotus” and a third performance space known as the “Congo Soundsystem”. Intricate lasers, choreographed LED, moving lights, and art installs will illuminate the park. The venue is less than a mile from auxiliary party locations, downtown Nashville, and some of the city’s coolest districts.
Deep Tropics’ mission is to be the greenest festival in the United States. We are a climate positive event which simply means we create more energy than we use. These efforts are fueled by our non-profit organization Deep Culture, Inc which exists to curate experiences that activate transformation of self, community, and planet. In 2021, 79% of festival waste was prevented from entering the landfill. The proceeds from Green Disco Eco-Bands allowed us to plant 59,000+ trees in Kenya and help offset our carbon footprint. Many of Deep Tropics’ art projects are created from sustainable materials such as hempcrete & aircrete. Additionally, Deep Tropics has a zero waste initiative to ensure everything is either recyclable, compostable, or re-usable. Regenerative design is at the forefront of every aspect of the festival.