Imagine Festival Wants to Move to TomorrowWorld’s Old Site


It has been two years since Imagine Music Festival took over the dates of TomorrowWorld. Now, Imagine Music Festival is thinking about moving to Tomorrowworld’s former home as well – Bouckaert’s Farm in Fairburn, Georgia. According to Music Unfiltered, Chattahoochee Hills City Manager Robbie Rokovitz will meet with the founder of Imagine, Glenn Goodhand. The meeting is to discuss moving the three-day festival to Bouckaert’s Farm in 2021.

With a property at over 8,000 acres, Bouckaert’s Farm certainly has the space for a festival of this capacity. Some of the large-scale events held at this venue in previous years include Tomorrowworld, Echo Music Project, CounterPoint and Many Rivers Festival. There have been concerns that festival attendees have voiced about the venue in the past, ranging from parking issues to improper internal organization. In 2015, Tomorrowworld made headlines when a rainstorm turned the grounds into mud pits. Additionally, festival-goers were left stranded when leaving the festival, as they waited for promised shuttles that never arrived.

If this venue change is confirmed, it will be Imagine Festival’s third move since its debut event in 2014. There will certainly be plans put into place to avoid any mishaps that happened at Bouckaert’s Farm in previous years. Currently, the festival is held at Atlanta Motor Speedway, on September 20th, 21st and 22nd.

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