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Imagine Music Festival adds Bassnectar and Kaskade to lineup

Atlanta-based EDM festival will take place in September

The fifth edition of the Imagine Music Festival is already stocked with a lineup featuring top EDM names Armin Van Buuren, Alesso, Galantis, RL Grime and Zeds Dead.

 But the event will also spotlight a couple of other headliners – Bassnectar and Kaskade.

As well, a spate of secondary acts has been added to the lineup, including The Glitch Mob and Getter; Green Velvet presents: La La Land; Tiga; Boogie T & Squnto; DJSS; Yheti b2b Toadface; Kenneth Thomas; Weiss; Andy Bruh; Laser Assassins; Mantis; and NOA|AON, as well as local talent Alex Lucas; Babey Drew; Heyz; Lost Seekers; Vivid; Zen Selekta and more than 70 other artists. 

Imagine Music Festival, produced locally by Iris Presents, bills itself as the nation’s largest independent EDM camping festival.

Bassnectar performs at the Austin City Limits Music in 2015. JAY JANNER / AMERICAN-STATESMAN (Jay Janner/Jay Janner)

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 As previously reported, the three-day event will take place Sept. 21-23 at Atlanta Motor Speedway, its home for the past two years.

Tickets are available now for the 18 and older festival starting at $219 for a three-day pass and $285 for a three-day pass with camping. 

 VIP passes with express entry into festival, exclusive viewing areas, VIP bars and lounges, and private air-conditioned VIP trailer restrooms are $360 for a three-day pass and $479 for a three-day pass with camping. 

Several lodging packages are also available, including GA Camping, VIP Camping, RV Camping, Unity Travel Qube village and Hotels. Payment plans are available. 

For more ticketing information, visit

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