Lineups for the 2021 festival season are dropping FAST. And today, Imagine Music Festival dropped what has to be the fattest and thickest lineup for 2021 yet. Something I’ve learned over the years is that Imagine never holds back when it comes to their lineups.
This year’s lineup is extra noteworthy featuring a Wakaan stage takeover, a special Good Faith set by Madeon, and epic b2b sets for days. Headliners include Excision, GRiZ, Illenium, and Kaskade, giving a little something for everyone. On top of that, festival-goers can expect sets from Liquid Stranger, CloZee, CharlesTheFirst, Fisher, Dion Timmer, and 3lau…and that’s just barely scratching the surface of this epic lineup. There’s even more heat in the undercard, featuring tons of up-and-coming acts such as Moore Kismet, G-Rex, Sully, Kaivon, Abelation, and more. Imagine really did us a solid with this lineup, pleasing both the mainstage and side stage lovers.
Check out the 2021 Imagine Music Festival Lineup here:
To make things even better, 2021 will kick off at Imagine’s new home at Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia. The old home to Tomorrow World will be reimagined into an aquatic fairy tale and will allow Imagine endless potential for a more immersive experience.
With COVID vaccinations being administered around the nation, the festival scene is looking up. Imagine Music Festival is working closely with local city personnel, local public safety experts, and are following WHO and CDC guidelines to ensure a safe experience for all attendees, staff, and artists. With the rapidly changing status of COVID, Imagine will keep all attendees updated on any changes on safety protocols of the festival on their website.
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