The Imagine Music Festival has just released the official 4k after movie for their 2016 event. It is an absolutely nostalgic video that is jaw dropping; it will certainly create chill bumps, and inspire the dancing machines from around the planet to make it a top priority to attend the event this year.

It is almost guaranteed that everybody who attended the extravagant three-day camping event at Atlanta Motor Speedway last August, holds the memories dear to their heart, and knows of the magic that happened over the course of the event. It is certain that all of the participants fondly remember the wide spread campgrounds, the Imagine swimming pool, the ferris wheel, the music, the love, the unity, and the lasers lighting up the Atlanta night sky. The producers of the festival put a tremendous amount of effort into ensuring that they did everything in their power to provide a dream state like setting for the attendees.

The artists that performed at the event were all world class artists, and the sound systems that they performed on were soul shaking. With an eclectic mix of genre bending talent, artists such as Adventure Club, Borgore, Cazzette, Dirtyphonics, Doctor P, EDX, Nero, Pendulum, The Disco Biscuits, The Polish Ambassador, Minnesota, Pendulum, and Zeds Dead, all combined to make the festival a musically unforgettable experience.

Earlier this year, the Imagine Music Festival announced that they would be retuning again in 2017 to the Atlanta Motor Speedway, for the fourth edition of their “aquatic fairytale”. This year the event will be held September 22-24, and while a lineup has not yet been released, it is certain that it will once again be a powerhouse lineup. The Phase 1 lineup is expected to release in just a couple of weeks.

According to the Imagine Festival, “Based in large part to feedback from its 2016 attendees, we have expanded water stations, camping upgrades, improved the VIP area, shade and charging stations, food options, dancers, art, workshops, the return of the Imagine pool and of course an even bigger and better lineup. As one of the country’s last remaining independent festivals, Imagine creates an all-encompassing, 360-degree sensory experience that blends music, circus troupes, performers, dancers, art, workshops, classes and more”