Nashville’s Deep Tropics unearths groovy 2021 lineup featuring Whethan, CharlestheFirst, CloZee, and more
The third iteration of the Nashville-based music and arts festival is set to take place August 27-28, 2021.
Last month, chief medical advisor and the United States’ designated Coronavirus expert Dr. Anthony Fauci predicted that performers and audience members alike will safely be back in theaters sometime in the fall of 2021. Amidst the nation’s urgent vaccine rollout efforts in the race to end the pandemic, we have recently surpassed a promising milestone. Bloomberg Business has reported that there are now more vaccinated Americans than confirmed cases of COVID-19. While the battle against the unyielding crisis remains far from over, a light at the end of the tunnel is beginning to form and give hope to auspicious artists, fans, and event promoters, most recently, Nashville’s Deep Tropics Music, Art, & Style Festival.
Following the postponement of its original dates in August 2020, Full Circle Presents have announced that their dance music and culture festival Deep Tropics will return August 27-28, 2021 to its home in Music City, tapping some of dance music’s freshest acts for their limited yet loaded-with-talent lineup. Conscious Electronic favorites CharlestheFirst and CloZee are slotted to perform alongside the likes of Claude VonStroke, Dombresky, Luttrell, Moon Boots, Whethan, Cassian, and more.
The forward-thinking, sustainability-focused festival has re-envisioned the event to ensure safety precautions are enforced, downsizing to one stage with the current plan to operate at a third of its usual capacity. Tickets will only be sold in packs of four, six, eight, or ten, ensuring the ability to convert into a pod/grid system if necessary. Watch Deep Tropics’ 2019 event recap below, and visit the Deep Tropics landing page for tickets and more information. For Deep Tropics’ full tailored safety plan, visit here.
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