Atlanta’s Imagine Music Festival Drops Massive Phase 1 Lineup for Third Year

We’re proud to announce our good friends at Imagine Music Festival have announced a massive lineup for the 3rd year festival based in Atlanta, Georgia on August 26 – 28, 2016.

This year, Imagine has evolved to a 3-day camping electronic dance music festival and has revealed the first round of artists set to perform. Check the incredible 2015 aftermovie below and keep your eyes peeled for some shots from our thatDROP Meet & Greet booth, which was so graciously placed right at the entrance to the 2015 event.

Stacked. Official Phase 1 Lineup Below:

Imagine Music Festival Lineup 2016
Imagine Music Festival Lineup 2016

Already earning considerable buzz after adding camping to its offerings in 2016, Imagine is continuing the momentum with what promises to be the best lineup yet, including:

Benny Benassi; Borgore; Dillon Francis; Excision; Nero; Showtek; Zeds Dead; 3LAU, 12th Planet; AK1200; Aphrodite; Beats Antique; Black Tiger Sex Machine; Bleep Bloop; The Bloody Beetroots (SBCR DJ set); Borgeous; Break Science; Buku; Caspa B2B Rusko; CAZZETTE; Champagne Drip; Corin Roddick of Purity Ring DJ set; Cosmic Gate; Delta Heavy; Dirtyphonics; Dirty South; Doctor P; Drumsound & Baseline Smith; EDX; Eoto; Funtcase B2B Cookie Monsta; G Jones; Grandtheft; Herobust; Ill Gates vs KJ Sawka; Liquid Stranger; Lotus; Michel Minert & The Pretty Fantastics; Moon Hooch; Opiou; Pantyraid; Pendulum DJ set & Verse; Phutureprimitive; The Polish Ambassador; Space Jesus and Terravita.

Additional artists will be announced in the coming weeks.

Here’s some more details from the official press release:

“We were really happy with the lineup from last year, but the first phase of 2016 has us over the moon,” says Iris Presents founders Glenn and Madeleine Goodhand. “We constantly challenge ourselves to bring something even better, and this year’s challenge was well worth it.

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. The festival will continue to build on its immersive aquatic fairytale with an abundance of performers, live acts, unique atmospheres, vendors and The Imaginarium’s variety of sacred teachings, ceremonies, and transformational workshops.

Welcoming close to 26,000 attendees in 2015 from across the country, Imagine is poised to join the ranks of some of EDM’s biggest and best, which will be further underscored when the venue is released in the coming weeks.

Tickets are available now starting at $169 for a 3-day pass. VIP passes, with front row pit access, elevated viewing area, VIP (no line) access, air conditioned chill lounge, bottle service, cocktail service, complimentary champagne toasts, private security, clean trailer bathrooms with running water and air conditioning, giveaways, meet and greets, and more are available starting at $299 for a 3-day pass.

Camping passes are now available to purchase as an add-on to the festival tickets, with prices starting at $69. Four camping packages available including GA Camping, VIP Camping, GA RV Camping and VIP RV Camping.  Tickets are available online at Imagine Music Festival is an 18 and over event.

Imagine Music Festival is produced by Iris Presents. Visit for the most up-to-date information. Stay connected on Twitter at and on Facebook at

Check out our coverage & photos from last year’s event:

TomorrowWorld and CounterPoint Have a New Contender In Town [Imagine Festival Recap]

Imagine Music Festival Meet and Greet with The Glitch Mob
Team Members pose with The Glitch Mob during artist meet and greet activation at Imagine Music Festival in Atlanta, Georgia.
Photo - Mary Cormaci.
Photo – Mary Cormaci
Brillz signing one of the soon-to-be-sold Imagine Festival Posters.
Brillz signing one of the soon-to-be-sold Imagine Festival Posters.
The Glitch Mob tearing it down at Imagine Music Festival. Photo - Mary Cormaci Photography.
The Glitch Mob tearing it down at Imagine Music Festival. Photo – Mary Cormaci Photography.



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