Atlanta, GA (October 5th, 2019)
Imagine Music Festival this year brought every drop of energy intertwined with electronic music that blasted throughout the Atlanta Motor Speedway. In every step of the festival you could see and feel the release of energy and people letting go to enjoy the talent that awaited them at each stage throughout the weekend. Imagine Music Festival continues to deliver unforgettable performances by acts from accross all electronic music genres. The experiences and people you meet throughout the weekend is why people continue to come back every year to Atlanta Motor Speedway. Overall, the festival experience was one of our favorites this year. The working staff was tremendous along with the food that was provided. There were tons of art instilations and interactive shops. The four stages were amazingly curated and couldn’t have had better production. From start to finish, this was an unreal four days hosted by Imagine Music Festival.
On Friday, our journey began at Disco Inferno stage with He$h who brought his heavy bass music to start off the weekend. Squnto followed and took stage with his mix of heavy riddim. As he finished, many were already at Oceania Stage to welcome none other than Svdden Death. He played his familiar tracks: “Sell Out”, “Behemoth”, and “Savceboys”. K?D came on after Svdden Death at Oceania while Boogie T took the Disco Inferno stage by storm. Both Oceania and Disco Inferno had incredible artists on Friday. This made the festival open up and easy to navigate so there weren’t too many people at one stage. At 11:00pm Matoma came on at Oceania while the up and coming phenom, Subtronics, brought fire to Disco Inferno. To end the night at mainstage, Rezz and Dj Diesel a.k.a Shaquille O’Neal turned Oceania upside down. Meanwhile at Disco Inferno, ‘Grave Gang’ did a B4B and then Dr. Fresch and Rusko ended the night. You couldn’t have asked for a better lineup on night one.
Saturday was a night filled with bass and house music. Amazonia stage opened up for the remainder of the weekend and accompanied headlining artists; Cherub, Gjones, and Louis the Child. Oceania was filled with headliners all night, 1788-L started things off followed by Ghastly and KSHMR. Disco Inferno turned into a house music stage for the rest of the weekend. Wax Motif, Anna Lunoe, Nora En Pure, and Lane 8 carried the house music vibes all night at Disco Inferno. Ending the night at mainstage, Alison Wonderland played many of her well-known tracks. “I Want U”, “Church”, and “Peace”. Following Alison Wonderland, Zeds Dead brought their heavy bass tracks and completely took Imagine off their feet. Closing out Saturday, Above & Beyond brought a memorable set for many.
The final day, Sunday, ended earlier than the previous nights but finished with great performances. Oceania from 6:00pm up until 11:00pm accompanied the best acts in electronic dance music you can ask for. Said the Sky, Alan Walker, Seven Lions, and Marshmello left mainstage with everything they had. This made the performances from mainstage unforgettable and made the Imagine experience one to remember. Amzonia closed the weekend with performances by Detox Unit, Jade Cicada, and Tipper. The Disco Inferno stage ended with all house artists from Dirty Bird Records. Justin Jay, J Phillip, Justin Martin, and last but not least Claude Vonstroke. The final performance by Claude Vonstroke was enduring for many. The last set of the weekend is always the most important, Imagine curated this perfectly and Claude brought all the power for us to dance and shuffle to. All of the energy Imagine had left was brought out for this set. You couldn’t have asked for a better lineup. The Imagine Music Festival experience continues to grow and get better year by year. What a weekenend!