There are several reasons why I’m really looking forward to Labor Day weekend – BBQ, family, friends, birthdays, the Decatur Book Festival, Dragon*Con, to name a few.
But one thing I’m definitely looking forward to is the Imagine Music Festival.
If there’s one thing Atlanta does well, it’s festivals, especially music festivals.
We attract so much talent to our city, both homegrown talent and talent from far and wide, and our unique music culture enables Atlantans to throw on our dancing shoes any night of the week and jam.
In case you haven’t heard of it, the Imagine Music Festival is a two-day dance music festival taking place August 30 and August 31, 2014, during Labor Day Weekend in Atlanta. Founded by IRIS Presents, the festival hosts the world’s top electronic musicians, DJ’s, and bands along with captivating cirque style acts & performances.
Imagine Music Festival utilizes three venues – Historic Fourth Ward Park, Masquerade Music Park, and Clear Creek Basin – to combine music with a dynamic sound and lighting production to create an unforgettable, 360-degree experience.
What kind of experience? Take look:
I can’t tell you how excited I am for this experience. I am a huge fan of electronic music and one of my dearest dreams is to go to Ibiza, Spain, and hear all the world-renown DJs that rock that locale. I’m going to make that dream happen quite soon, and don’t worry, I’ll take you with me (via the blog, of course!).
So what kind of music will you hear at the Imagine Music Festival? Take a listen to this:
Adventure Club will be headlining the Imagine Festival, along with Seven Lions, Fedde Le Grand, Adventure Club, and Destroid.
For info on the full lineup and tickets, check out www.imaginefestival.com. If you opt for the VIP package, you’ll enjoy multiple levels of comfort and amenities including three separate VIP Lounges, perfect views of the main stage, front-row access, comfortable seating, FREE food, bottle service, opportunities to mix and mingle with the talent, separate entrance and private bathrooms, along with lots of free giveaways.
Sounds good to me! I’ll keep you posted on how the festival was; hope to see you there!