Imagine Festival’s Phase 1 Lineup Hosts Excision, Kaskade, Gorgon City, and More


 - TechnoSoundz - News from Around the Underground

Imagine Festival’s Phase 1 Lineup is out and it is massive! Taking place from September 15th-18th at Kingston Downs, GA where the weekend is shaping up to be quite epic. The aquatic-themed festival is bringing a new immersive experience in nature this year. They’re bringing back everyone to celebrate love, lie family, music, and art. For four days, attendees can enjoy beautiful rich ocean art, the world’s best musicians, artists, and performances, masterfully crafted stages, and more.

Top headliners include Excision, Kaskade, Gorgon City, Madeon, San Holo, Subtronics, and more. Secondly, all genres will be represented here. From electronic, house, dubstep, trap, you name it, they got it. In addition, Black Gummy is going to be there to bring the dark electro. Shiba San, Lee Foss, Snakehips, and Autograf will lend their groovy tunes. Bonnie x Clyde has the vocal bass sound down. Enjoy several b2b sets played from the likes of Borgore, Riot Ten, JOYRYDE, Virtual Riot, and more. Plus, get together with Seven Lions, MitiS, and more Ophelia Records crew for a stellar pre-party. Zhu is making a guest appearance as well.

Now, Kingston Downs is an organic wonderland, a family-owned 5,000-acre property situated on the Etowah River. This secluded retreat has massive nature trails, riverfront access, open fields, and peaceful woodlands. Far away from the noise of the urban lifestyle, you will enjoy a truly unique outdoor experience. Get your tickets from their website now and check out the Phase 1 lineup below.

Lastly, stay tuned for Imagine Festival’s Phase 2 announcement. Now, who do you think is the mystery headliner? Illenium is already being thrown around as a suggestion, but what do you think?

 - TechnoSoundz - News from Around the Underground

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