Deep Tropics has to be the best home grown and intimate festival in the southeast. Highlighting local and international talent, the festival brings the heat all the through the evening and will have you dancing the night away. From Atlanta-based producer and DJ, Zen Selekta to international superstar Lane 8, there is something for everyone nestled in Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park. The park was the perfect setting. Being immersed in trees and foliage, you feel as though you've entered a tropical paradise (or as best you can in the middle of a city) to melt your worries away for two evenings.
The production and quality of art and sound throughout the festival was breathtaking and wonderful! The mainstage had a sound system that allowed Troyboi's bass to hit just right and Walker & Royce to bring a heated house set unlike any other that weekend! For sixty-dollar General Admission tickets, this festival is truly spectacular!
Special thanks to Jeremy Wing for this amazing recap! Be sure to check out his other work and photography here!
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