Imagine Festival is on the move. Welcoming close to 26,000 attendees in 2015 from across the country, from August 26-28, the festival will now be calling Atlanta Motor Speedway home. Over the last few years, Imagine has aimed to bring the best in electronic music to the regional southeast, and the lineup this year is the most spectacular yet, with names like Zeds Dead, Nero, Benny Benassi and Adventure Club headlining.
Hoping to make their 3rd year the best yet, Imagine recently announced they are teaming up with AQUA for a main stage takeover with their 3D water hologram production. Dancing water fountains and mesmerizing 3D images will float next to the headliners as they play out their set, and this year Imagine Festival and AQUA promise the most elaborate stage productions ever. Check out the video below to get a glimpse of what an AQUA production adds to the festival experience (and why so many DJs support it):
In addition to a world-class water hologram show, the partnership gives back to third world countries. This year, Imagine and AQUA are introducing Pocket Change, where the change in your pocket can make a huge impact on a child’s life in Ghana. AQUA and Imagine are offering a special $200 package: 3 day pass, AQUA wristband, AQUA tank and 1 year of clean water donated on your behalf to a child in Ghana. So for festival goers who want to party and contribute, this is your chance. Only a limited number of these tickets are available, so grab them now.
As one of the country’s last remaining independent festivals, Imagine is an all-encompassing, 360-degree sensory experience that blends music, circus troupes, performers, dancers, art, workshops, classes and more. Previous iterations of the festival took place in the heart of Atlanta, but it seems the promoters are now taking a page from EDC Las Vegas and moving the festival to Atlanta Motor Speedway this year. With the additional space (and optional camping) provided by the speedway, promoters are promising the biggest Imagine Fest yet… and I have no reason to doubt them. You can check out the full lineup of the festival, along with a preview video, below.