Scenes from the 2018 Imagine Music Festival in Atlanta. Photo courtesy of Caren West PR.

Imagine Music Festival 2019 lineup includes Seven Lions, Diplo, REZZ

The beats will pump again when Chapter Six of the Imagine Music Festival commandeers Atlanta Motor Speedway this fall.

The annual gathering – the largest EDM camping festival in Atlanta – will spotlight headliners Seven Lions, Diplo, REZZ, Above & Beyond, Alison Wonderland, Zeds Dead and Marshmello. More headliners are expected to be announced to join the lineup that also includes Alan Walker, KSHMR, Louis the Child, Tipper, Claude Vonstroke, BT and many more acts spread among four stages.

This year’s theme is “What Lies Deep at the Bottom of the Ocean,” playing into the concept of an aquatic fairytale. 

Atlanta promoters Glenn and Madeleine Goodhand – aka Iris Presents – founded Imagine Music Festival in 2014, starting small at Masquerade Music Park and expanding to the Motor Speedway in 2016.

Marshmello performs onstage with Khalid at Coachella Stage during the 2019 Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival on April 14, 2019 in Indio, Calif. The EDM favorite will be at Imagine later this year. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images for Coachella)
Photo: Getty Images for Coachella

“Each year we challenge ourselves to top the previous lineup and that is proving to be more and more difficult. We are thrilled with the initial lineup and have many more gems to reveal over the next few months,” they said.

Tickets for the 18 and older festival – Sept. 20-22 – start at $199 for a three-day pass and $249 for a three-day pass with camping. VIP passes are $299 and $329, respectively. Payment plans are also available with a downpayment of $57.

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Melissa Ruggieri
Melissa Ruggieri
Atlanta Journal-Constitution staff writer Melissa Ruggieri covers music and entertainment news for the AJC. She remembers when MTV was awesome.