Over the last decade, Nashville has proved to be one of the hottest music hubs in not only the United States but the world as well. Undoubtedly its most captivating EDM showcase is Deep Tropics. Every year, this interactive music, art, and style festival brings in innovative artists from across the globe to put their skill sets and creativity on display. Now, the beloved festival is on track to repeat history by announcing its 2023 lineup and returning to Bicentennial Park from August 18-19.
With three one-of-a-kind stages, Deep Tropics will include some of the biggest names in house, dubstep, and all of the other subgenres in electronic music. What So Not, INZO, Ravensoon, Khiva, Justin Hawkes, and more will be tearing it up at the Lotus Stage, along with a yet-to-be-revealed artist. Over at the Meru Amphitheater, the multi-talented SG Lewis and riveting house duo Gorgon City will be supported by KREAM, Eli & Fur, Mindchatter, Sonny Fodera, and plenty of others. Lastly, the Congo Soundsystem will encompass Jack Vice, Arvi Mala, and Charles Meyer, to name a few.
Although this year’s lineup is definitely the centerpiece of Deep Tropics, the festival is known for a number of its positive attributes. A major component of the Nashville event is its objective to be the greenest festival in the country, and so far it hasn’t disappointed. Deep Tropics is going for its third straight year of producing negative carbon emissions. There are a ton of other awesome features that you will just have to see for yourself!
Check out Deep Tropics 2023 lineup below: