After the disastrous events of TomorrowWorld 2015, the festival decided to cancel the following year’s event and it hasn’t been back to the US since. In lieu of one of the biggest festival brands of the world, local Atlanta event Imagine Music Festival took over the dates and has been at Atlanta Motor Speedway since 2016.
Now, it’s possible that the festival could move to TomorrowWorld’s old venue in Chattahoochee Hills in the next couple years. According to Music Unfiltered, Chattahoochee Hills City Manager Robbie Rokovitz confirmed “that local officials will be meeting with Imagine Festival founder Glenn Goodhand about moving the three-day concert to Bouckaert’s Farm in fall 2021.”
Imagine Festival spokesman Chad Shearer told MU, “We do not have plans to move the festival in the foreseeable future.”
“Our focus is on having a incredible 2019 and we are looking forward to welcoming everyone back to Imagine,” he continued. “Obviously, we are always looking for the best options for Imagine, but for now we are at the Speedway and love the amenities it provides.”
A meeting was previously scheduled for June 4 between Chattahoochee Hills City Council members and Goodhand, but Mayor Tom Reed said it never ended up moving forward. However, an uncovered email addressed to Reed from Rokovitz allegedly reaffirms Goodhand’s intent to hold the event at Bouckaert’s Farm in 2021.
As of this moment, Imagine Music Festival 2019 is still scheduled for September 20-22 at the Atlanta Motor Speedway.