Imagine Festival reveals its 2019 theme as ‘What Lies Deep at the Bottom of the Ocean’

The theme for 2019’s Imagine Festival is here. Inspired by the Seven Lions’ track, “Ocean,” the theme ‘What Lies Deep at the Bottom of the Ocean,’ takes fans deeper into the watery wonderland found in Atlanta.

Imagine invites festival-goers to embark on an adventure into the deepest depths of the ocean to see what treasures and wonders lie in the underwater city, aka the Atlanta Motor Speedway that is transformed into an aquatic mecca from September 20-22.

Every year since its creation 6 years ago, Imagine Festival has had an aquatic theme.

“This year we wanted to dive deeper and tell a new story,” says organizers Glenn & Madeleine Goodhand. “With the lyrics [in ‘Ocean’] ‘So now I hide my heart, It’s buried somewhere deep at the bottom of the ocean’ we were inspired to think about what lies deep at the bottom of the ocean and the world of treasures that can be found there.”

On top of drawing inspiration from “Ocean,” the song is used in the special theme reveal video. Also, Seven Lions is the first announced headliner.

Last year’s lineup boasted Zeds Dead, Bassnectar, Kaskade, RL Grime, Alesso, Armin Van Buuren, and Galantis.

Imagine Festival 2019 Ticket Prices

General Admission is available now starting at

  • $199 for a 3-day pass
  • $249 for a 3-day pass with camping.
  • VIP passes start at $299 for a 3-day pass
  • $329 with a 3-day pass with camping.

Inlcuded in VIP is express entry into festival, exclusive viewing areas, bars, and lounges, and private air-conditioned VIP trailer restrooms

Payment plans are available for a downpayment as low as $57.00, where fans can elect for four low monthly installments. Tickets are available online at Imagine Music Festival is an 18 and over event.

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Jordan Snowden

Hey, I'm Jordan! I love writing and music, so I write about music. Along with writing for ONE EDM, I am the music writer for alt-weekly Pittsburgh City Paper. You can catch me at fests, hooping in the back, with the sunshine on my face.

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