Papadosio and The Caverns Relaunch New Weekend Festival: Subterranea

Acclaimed live music destination The Caverns has partnered with prominent dynamic jamtronic band Papadosio to present Subterranea Festival, an intimate 1,200 capacity two-night spectacle in southeast Tennessee. This deep underground event will take place inside one of the venue’s largest caves and feature onsite camping, live art, yoga workshops, sound baths, cave tours, food trucks, and of course, great music across two days and nights.


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Subterranea Festival will spotlight four sets of Papadosio, plus performances by artists hand-selected by the band such as Sunsquabi, Doom Flamingo (w/ members of Umphrey’s McGee), Lespecial, Cloudchord, Earthcry, Brether, and many more. 

In addition to The Caverns traditional hotel and transportation packages, Subterranea will be one of the first-ever at The Caverns to host onsite camping. This new overnight option will make it easy for guests to enjoy all the festival’s late night programming. The Caverns is a well known staple in the national music community located in a beautiful rural area of Grundy County, Tennessee, approximately 1.5 hours southeast of Nashville. Daytime workshops and mesmeric cave adventure flow into late night auditory treats for an immersive, first-of-its-kind experience not to be missed.

Subterranea Festival photo credit Keith Griner

In Grundy County, Tennessee, in a timeless valley near the base of the Cumberland Plateau, you’ll find The Caverns—a jaw-dropping concert hall located deep underground. Guests revel in the prehistoric venue’s natural acoustics and otherworldly beauty. The Caverns draws music fans from all over the world. Live music inside a cave, it’s a bucket list experience that keeps fans coming back to The Caverns time and again for “The Greatest Show Under Earth.”

2-Day GA, 2-Day Camping, and 2-Day VIP Camping passes are currently on sale, starting at $175 for GA and $320 for VIP Camping packages. Hotel package options are also available to attendees who don’t plan on camping onsite.

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