Deep Tropics Music Festival taking place in Nashville, TN this coming August 18-19 has earned critical acclaim for their unmatched experience offerings and their remarkable accomplishment in making it the most sustainable event in the USA. In recent announcement, their 5th iteration of the festival invites fans from all over the the globe to experience great music and interactive art. Not to mention, a stellar lineup that would make any music fan excited. Top tier artists such as Gorgon City, What So Not, SG Lewis, Simon Doty, and more will all be in attendance at the two-day festival.
One of the things that makes Deep Tropics unique is their success of going beyond net zero by producing a carbon negative event for the past three years. Their overall mission is to be the greenest festival in the US, and these efforts are fueled by their non-profit organization Deep Culture, Inc. Additionally, Deep Tropics has a zero-waste program to ensure materials are either recyclable, compostable, or re-usable. At their core, festival organizers have noted that their event is an experience that truly activates transformation of ones’ self, community, and the planet, all while keeping sustainable practices top of mind.
The organization doesn’t stop there however. If you thought their festival sounded exciting, there’s another event patrons can attend taking place this week! With Miami Music Week starting today, Deep Tropics will additionally be showcasing an event at Miami’s 1-800 Lucky venue with the likes of Sidepiece, VNSSA, Westend, and more on Thursday, March 23. If you are headed to Miami, you won’t want to miss it!
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