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Dallas, get ready to be immersed in a world of Dance Music and art. A sold-out Lights All Night returns to Dallas Market Hall on Friday and Saturday, December 27th and 28th for their 10th annual year-end music festival. This year’s festival has already set the bar high selling out of both VIP and GA tickets weeks ahead of the event. Lights All Night has upped the ante by increasing the space of the festival grounds giving attendees more places to explore, dance, and party throughout the night. The festival features two futuristic main stages. The Supernova Stage, the biggest stage at Lights All Night, is equipped with LED screens spanning the size of a football field. The Intergalactic Stage, the second of the two main stages, has been redesigned with a larger dance space mirroring a European-style, intimate club environment. The outdoor area, upgraded last year, includes fire pits and some of the best in DFW food truck cuisine. This area hosts two stages, The Space Station and a tented stage, Planet Prime. Attendees will have plenty of opportunities to get those precious photos for the “gram” with all of the art installations positioned throughout the venue. Disco Galaxy, the crowd-pleasing silent disco, makes its return to Dallas Market Hall. There’s a lot going on inside the festival. Be sure to review the festival map before heading to the event to familiarize yourself with the re-imagined Dallas Market Hall.
Lights All Night Lineup
The amount of world-renowned dance music DJ’s descending upon Dallas for two days is insane. There are more than 40 music acts set to perform at this year’s tenth annual event. Day one of Lights All Night includes headliners Skrillex, and Porter Robinson’s side project, Virtual Self. The second day of Lights All Night is not to be outdone with sets from Bassnectar and Louis The Child. National, regional, and Texas artists will grace the five stages of Lights All Night. Progressive and Electro House duo Tritonal, arguably one of the biggest dance music acts to hail from Texas, joins the party along with UK-born dubstep producer Zomboy, Las Vegas-based electro-house DJ 3LAU, and up-and-coming DJ/producer Slushii. The fun doesn’t stop there as Night Bass Records and GRVDNCR Records takeover the Planet Prime stage for hyper-intimate sets from the labels’ roster of artists. The Night Bass Takeover features a night full of B2B’s. Get ready for Jack Beats b2b Bijou, Flava D b2b Taiki Nulight, Golf Clap b2b Codes, Blossom, Greed, and Isenberg. GRVDNCR Records is slanging the dope beats of Boogie T, He$h, Al Ross b2b Bommer and Zia b2b Vampa.
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Even though Lights All Night has sold out, there is hope! Those still interested in attending the festival can also sign up for Lights All Night’s GA waitlist for a chance to purchase a limited quantity of single-day or 2-Day GA tickets set to be released on Monday, Dec. 23. Want to take your Lights All Night experience to the next level? The event is offering Bottle Service Packages ranging in price from $1,300 to $5,000. Those interested in reserving a private table featuring bottle service, along with a dedicated concierge and server, are encouraged to contact LAN directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.