Imagine Music Festival Recap


Well it is almost Christmas time and what better gift than a ticket to IMF 2019!

If you did not attend IMF this year, it was absolutely insane. The line up of artists was one of the best at any music festival this past year. Night one started off strong with amazing sets put on by some of the top up and coming EDM stars. To finish off the night, IMF decided to blow the roof off of the already roofless Atlanta Motor Speedway. The last performer of night one was the one and only, Armin Van Buren.

I would be lying if I said I really remember what happened on night two. Night Two was filled with so much loving spirits, radiating positivity, and endless amazing music. Bassnectar and Alesso put on two of the best sets of the entire festival by creating so much unique energy. I hope these pictures show the craziness and encompass the amazing second night of Imagine Music Festival.

The third and final night of IMF was so a fairy tail to say the least. Everything comes to an end, but not like IMF’s end. No body is stressing about work the next week or even what they are eating for dinner that night, everyone is there for one reason, to have fun! The night started off with great energy from Midnite Panda and then the Oceania stage went out with a banger of set by Kaskade. The night sadly did come to an end on the final  set by Oliver Heldens on the Disco Infero Stage.

Overall IMF 2018 was a huge success, not just for the staff putting on the festival, but also the community that got to enjoy this large gathering. From the lineups, to the execution, and the energy of the artist during their sets, IMF was an unforgettable experience.

What better Christmas gift, or just gift in general is there to give than a ticket to IMF 2019! Share the love and an unforgettable experience with someone close by going to, .


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