Imagine Music Festival in Atlanta, Ga., is a relatively new festival, created in 2014 from EDM event company Iris Presents. The two-day festival received great feedback and has been a growing force in the electronic festival scene.
During the festival’s first year, this EDM-centric concert was compiled of lesser-known talents and has since grown to a multi-platform show with two main stages and a circus-style atmosphere. Festivalgoers don bright, eccentric costumes and follow an “anything goes” mentality for an artistic and expressive experience.
The two main stages are located close enough together for guests to walk from one show to another and possibly catch two different sets at once. Imagine Music Festival by day consists of EDM concerts, parties and dancing, but once the sun goes down and the Georgia heat settles, the night becomes a complete after-party scene.
This festival has maintained a small, intimate festival feel despite its growing numbers. The festival grounds are transformed into an after-party complete with booming bass, couches, neon lights and full, club-level production.
There are general admission tickets as well as VIP and camping-level accommodations. This year the three-day festival will be aquatic themed and host more than 50 artists on the Atlanta Motor Speedway.
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