The Imagine Music Festival Lineup for 2021 Has Arrived

Is it 2021 yet? Because Imagine Music Festival’s lineup is looking real enticing. Although IMF had to cancel this year’s festivities, they are already ensuring that next year’s event will make up for lost time. For their seventh year, Imagine will turn Bouckaert Farm in the Chattahoochee Hills of Atlanta, Georgia into an Aquatic Fairytale from September 17-19, 2021.

It is clear that IMF is going full out on their lineup. Phase one already includes heavyhitters such as Illenium, Gryffin, Fisher, Adventure Club, Black Tiger Sex Machine, Malaa, and two sets by Kaskade (one in the bigger and better daytime pool party stage). Wakaan Takeover will host their own stage, and there are many anticipated b2bs including Ghastly b2b Joyryde, Carnage b2b Borgore, Virtual Riot b2b Barely Alive, and Champagne Drip b2b Luzcid that are sure to keep things interesting. And these are only to name a few! With so many great names already released, can anyone guess whose names are blurred out?

“The diversity and special B2Bs make this one of the most exciting lineups to date. Although we are all saddened we have to wait until 2021 for the experience, this announcement brings chills of excitement for the moment we are back together again. Stay tuned, there is so much more to come,” says Imagine Festival co-founder, Glenn Goodhand.

Of course, the quintessential experiences of workshops are expected to return. The activities include acroyoga, aerial yoga, meditation, flow arts, fitness classes, outdoor games, amusement rides, cirque acts, and live art, all of which make festival experiences all the more interactive and entertaining. 

And with so many ticket options that feature camping, glamping, hotel packages, VIP choices, payment plans, early entry, and bundle discounts, there is something for every kind of festival goer. It’s never too early to start making plans! 

*Featured photos from Caren West PR

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