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Imagine Music Festival lineup adds Disco Biscuits, Steve Angello and more

The three-day Imagine Music Festival that will commandeer Atlanta Motor Speedway in August has added more than a dozen acts to its lineup.

The Disco Biscuits; Steve Angello; Arty; DJ Hanzel; Minnesota; Ott & The All-Seeing I; Papadosio; Rain Man; Robbie Rivera; Snails; SNBRN; Thomas Jack; Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs (DJ set); Fyer; Leah Culver; Legion and Levitation Jones are part of the Aug. 26-28 electronic dance music fest.

Previously announced acts are: Benny Benassi; Borgore; Dillon Francis; Excision; Nero; Showtek; Zeds Dead; 3LAU, 12th Planet; AK1200; Aphrodite; Beats Antique; Black Tiger Sex Machine; Bleep Bloop; The Bloody Beetroots (SBCR DJ set); Borgeous; Break Science; Buku; Caspa B2B Rusko; CAZZETTE; Champagne Drip; Corin Roddick of Purity Ring DJ set; Cosmic Gate; Delta Heavy; Dirtyphonics; Dirty South; Doctor P; Drumsound & Baseline Smith; EDX; Eoto; Funtcase B2B Cookie Monsta; G Jones; Grantheft; Herobust; Ill Gates vs KJ Sawka; Liquid Stranger; Lotus; Michel Minert & The Pretty Fantastics; Moon Hooch; Opiou; Pantyraid; Pendulum DJ set & Verse; Phutureprimitive; The Polish Ambassador; Space Jesus and Terravita.

As one of the country’s last remaining independent festivals, Imagine is an all-encompassing, 360-degree sensory experience that blends music, circus troupes, performers, dancers, art, workshops, classes and more.

EDM performers will pump their beats from five main stages, as well as several satellite stages, while circus performers will be integrated into the environment. A village featuring yoga, meditation, drum circles and art will be available, as well as amusement rides and water activities.

Tickets for the Imagine Festival – an 18 and older event – start at $169 for a three-day pass. VIP passes, which allow front row pit access, elevated viewing areas, air-conditioned lounges, bottle and cocktail service, private bathrooms and meet and greets, start at $299 for a three-day pass.

Camping passes are also available as an add-on to the festival tickets; prices start at $69.

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