An Imaginarium Of Wonder Awaits You In September

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Imagine Music Festival

Atlanta Motor Speedway
Atlanta, GA
September 21-23, 2018

As the summer months begin to fade and the crisp freshness of fall lies just beyond the horizon, Atlanta, Georgia is gearing up for a weekend full of wonder! Atlanta Motor Speedway will be transformed into the Imagine Music Festival headquarters once again during September 21-23. Celebrating five years in the making, Imagine Music Festival does not seem to be slowing down anytime soon – especially with the biggest lineup they’ve seen thus far.

Coming in strong with artists like Bassnectar, RL Grime, Armin Van Buuren, Zeds Dead, and Green Velvet on the lineup, the creators of Imagine are diversifying and catering to the wants of all fans. If the lineup doesn’t make you want to snag your ticket ASAP, Imagine has more in store for you. Circus acts, transformational workshops (yoga, meditation, aerial acts, and more), a swimming pool, silent discos, and art workshops await you in the beauty that is Imagine Music Festival.

For those of you that enjoy the full spectrum of what makes a music festival so special, there are camping options as well – and hotels nearby if that’s more your style. If you’re like me, and enjoy arriving early, there’s a pre-party to get you hyped for the weekend ahead. The lineup for the pre-party has yet to be announced, but if it’s anything like the lineup, there’s bound to be some amazing acts playing wubs for your ears.

There are a few general admission and VIP tickets left so make sure to get yours before they sell out! Price options are below:

GA (3 day) w/o camping: $259 +fees
GA (3 day) w/ camping: $319 +fees
VIP (3 day) w/o camping: $380 +fees
VIP (3 day) w/ camping: $499 + fees

For their five year anniversary, Imagine Music Festival has truly outdone themselves with their lineup, and I for sure will not be missing this. See you on the track!

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Click here to purchase tickets / RSVP now on the Facebook Event Page
 


Written by: Dylan Armstrong
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