The Deep Tropics Music, Art, & Style Festival is gearing up for its sixth edition at Bicentennial Park in Nashville on August 16-17. Organized by Deep Circle Events and supported by Deep Culture, the festival aims to be the greenest in the US, with a focus on sustainability and eco-friendly practices. Virtually everything at the event, from artwork to infrastructure, is either recyclable, compostable, or reusable, resulting in a high diversion rate of festival waste from landfills.

This year’s lineup includes headliners like Kaskade and SOFI TUKKER, along with other talented artists such as Elderbrook, Nora En Pure, and RL Grime. Bass music fans can groove to the beats of Peekaboo, Tape B, and more at the Meru Amphitheater. In addition to the musical performances, Deep Tropics will offer educational workshops on topics like regenerative agriculture, sustainable fashion, and renewable energy, as well as activities like yoga, sound healing, and meditation.

Tickets for Deep Tropics are now available on their website, with various pricing tiers for attendees to choose from. Make sure to check out the festival’s social media channels for updates on official after-parties and other exciting events.

For more information and to stay connected with Deep Tropics, visit their website, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages. Get ready for a weekend of music, art, and sustainability in Music City this August!

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