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Nashville’s Deep Tropics Announce August Lineup: Claude Vonstroke, CloZee, Medasin, Whethan & More

Deep Tropics Festival will take place on August 28 & 29 in Nashville, Tennessee. Tickets are starting at $80 for a two day GA pass. You can purchase them here!


Although we’ve missed the majority of the 2020 festival season due to COVID-19, there have been a few examples of festivals willing to give it a go. Imagine festival in Atlanta and Dancefestopia in Kansas City have both announced they’re continuing with their September events. And now you can add one more festival pushing forward this summer. Nashville’s amazing two-day dance festival, Deep Tropics, just took to social media to officially announce the lineup for their two-day event on August 28 & 29.

This year’s lineup features an eclectic mix of house, techno, and bass. Headliners include Claude Vonstroke, CloZee, Medasin, Whethan, Luttrell, TOKiMONSTA, Moon Boots, Dombresky, Joe Kay, Memba, and Yung Bae.

After speaking to the Deep Tropics staff this past week, the producers have ensured us safety is their top concern. They have highlighted that the event will have a limited capacity that will allow guests to socially distance inside the festival grounds.

“Safety and intention will be at the heart of this year’s festival. We plan to follow city and state protocols for group events. Our extra safety precautions and the 5,000 capacity limit within the expansive, six-acre outdoor venue will promote space between attendees.” – Deep Tropics

To better ensure all safety protocols are followed, the festival has released a long list of COVID-19 policies, that you can read in full detail here.

Deep Tropics Festival will take place on August 28 & 29 in Nashville, Tennessee. Tickets are starting at $80 for a two day GA pass. You can purchase them here!

About Deep Tropics

This intimate boutique festival is celebrating its third year and features one of the more unique stage designs. The main stage features a giant terraced outdoor amphitheater that overlooks the Tennessee State Capitol.

Add to the mix some of Nashville’s favorite food and beverage vendors, craft retailers, live art activations, circus-Esque performers, and more and you’ve got a two-day oasis in the heart of the music appreciation capital of the country.


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