Deep Tropics Announces It’s Stellar 2023 Lineup

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Deep Tropics Announces It’s Stellar 2023 Lineup

Nashville’s Deep Tropics Festival is back for its fifth round, and it’s set to be bigger, better, and greener than ever. Scheduled for August 18-19, 2023, this eco-friendly event is all about good vibes, great music, and much love for our planet. With a renewed and admiral focus on producing an eco-conscious festival, Deep Tropics has received nods from the NY Times and Pollstar for its efforts. On top of that, attendees can expect some truly incredible performances—keep reading to discover the 2023 lineup and to hear more about this beautiful festival.

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Deep Tropics takes you on a worldwide journey through music right in the heart of Music City (a.k.a. Nashville). Three stages — the temple-inspired “Meru,” the bass-heavy “Lotus,” and the versatile “Congo Soundsystem” — are set to host a killer lineup of artists from all corners of the globe.

Artists include Gorgon City, SG Lewis, Coco & Breeze, What So Not, Inzo, Arvi Mala, and Justin Hawkes—and a few unannounced headliners.
Organizers behind the festival, twins Blake and Joel Atchison and their crew at Full Circle Presents are very excited about this year’s lineup. In their press release for the 2023 edition, Blake summed it perfectly, saying, “Growing up in Nashville, it’s a bit surreal to host this level of cultural diversity in a city that is still primarily known for country music.”

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But what sets Deep Tropics apart is its commitment to being ultra-green. The festival has been carbon-negative for three years running — no easy feat. Given the amount of pollution and waste that music festivals can create, this effort shows how committed organizers are to keeping the planet green and demonstrates just how possible it is to organize events while being eco-conscious.

The Atchison brothers’ nonprofit, Deep Culture, Inc., ensures most of the festival waste doesn’t end up in landfills and provides tons of options for waste disposal to festivalgoers. A pivotal part of the festival’s environmental initiative in 2021 was the Green Disco Eco-Bands initiative. The proceeds from this project funded the planting over 59,000 trees in Kenya, contributing significantly to offsetting the festival’s carbon footprint.

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Besides the main event, Deep Tropics will offer a wide range of pre-parties, workshops, daytime events, and intimate get-togethers throughout the weekend that will add to the festival experience. There are also tons of after-party events planned for the attendees looking to make the most of the weekend.

As the anticipation builds, a series of pop-up events will punctuate the summer, cultivating energy and reuniting the Deep Tropics community in the run-up to the festival weekend. Deep Tropics isn’t just a music festival. It’s a whole experience. It’s about transforming ourselves, our community, and our planet through music, art, and sustainable practices.

To keep up to date with the world of EDM, including some of its most highly-anticipated festivals like Deep Tropics, keep checking back with us here at Nexus Radio.

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