10th Annual Lights All Night Event Details
New Years event returning to Dallas Texas
Lights All Night, is the longest-running end-of-the-year party in Dallas, Texas. Lights All Night (LAN) can also be categorized as one of the greatest music festivals in the country. The New Year 2020 might be some time away but LAN is excited to officially announce the event lineup for its 10th annual edition.
LAN is returning to Dallas Market Hall near downtown Dallas, Texas. The festival will be held on Friday and Saturday, December 27 and 28th of New Year’s Eve weekend. Two-day GA tickets, as well as various VIP packages, are on sale this Thursday, August 22.
To help celebrate the milestone anniversary, Lights All Night will look to welcome to its stages some of the world’s most sought-after dance and electronic music acts. Many of which are repeat performers and festival alumni for a truly memorable year-end celebration to help close out 2019. On Day 1, LAN will play host to perennial chart-topping producer Skrillex. Skrillex continues to tease new music as a solo performer, in addition to new projects from his collaborative side projects. Side projects with notorious producers such as Diplo and Boyz Noise, who he joins to form Jack U and Dog Blood.
Also hitting the stage will include critically-acclaimed DJ Porter Robinson’s side project and alter-ego, Virtual Self. This alter ego pays homage to the 90s and 2000s-style electronic music that inspired Robinson to first produce music. While he also continues to tease new music as a followup to his alias’ self-titled debut project in 2017.
Festival alumni and oft-labeled “Godfather of bass music” Bassnectar will take the stage to headline and close out the festival on Saturday, December 28th. This is just after releasing Part 4 of the Reflective EP series this past spring. Also set to headline Day 2 includes Chicago-based DJ and production duo Louis The Child. Louis The Child continues to prep for the release of their long-awaited debut album and who most recently partnered with X Games to create the event’s official new anthem, “Big Time”.
Other notable performers
Currently announced include Austin’s own DJ duo Tritonal. Tritonal is considered by many to be one of the biggest DJ acts to ever hail from the state of Texas. The duo just released their third studio album U & Me this June.
UK-born dubstep producer Zomboy; Las Vegas-based electro-house DJ 3LAU; and up-and-coming DJ/producer Slushii, who just released his third album Dream this past December; as well as Kayzo; San Holo; Herobust; Elephante and more. The initial music lineup is listed below with additional acts to be announced in the coming weeks:
Friday, December 27:
- Virtual Self
Saturday, December 28
- Louis the Child
- AC Slater
- GG Magree
- Manila Killa
- Said the Sky
- San Holo
- Softest Hard
- Young Franco
Night Bass Records Takeover
- Jack Beats b2b Bijou
- Flava D b2b Taiki Nulight
- Golf Clap b2b Codes
GRVDNCR Records Takeover
- Boogie T
- Al Ross b2b Bommer
- Zia b2b Vampa
Since its inception in 2010, LAN has sought to bring attendees a festival experience unlike any other. Featuring a highly curated selection of the world’s most sought-after electronic, dance, pop, and hip-hop music acts. With FOMO-inducing performances and larger-than-life production, Lights All Night has become one of the country’s premier year-end celebrations. This, of course, is to welcome the year to come with over 500 music performers and 300,000 guests having attended the music festival since inception in 2010.
LAN celebrated its ninth year last New Years Eve weekend with a fourth consecutive year at Dallas Market Hall. More than 30,000 fans in attendance at the two-day sold-out event in Dallas. In 2018, LAN once again offered festival-goers of all ages access to some of today’s top electronic and hip-hop acts across the globe. This includes Kaskade, Tiësto, Diplo, Gucci Mane, Rezz, Excision and more.
Having played home to Lights All Night since 2015, Lights All Night is excited to once again return for a fifth year to Dallas Market Hall, located just minutes from downtown Dallas, Texas. This year’s event will see the return of the festival’s two main stages, which will continue to provide fans with countless awe-inspiring moments as the Supernova stage features a world-class LED screen production spanning the size of a football field and the Intergalactic stage designed to mirror a European-style and intimate club environment, in addition to the return of the fan-favorite Silent Disco (Disco Galaxy).
The festival’s two other stages are being transformed into hyper-intimate outdoor-themed stages being taken over by some of today’s top dance music record labels and collectives including the Night Bass Takeover featuring Night Bass Records. Night Bass Records was founded by 2019 performer and returning Lights All Night act AC Slater. AC Slater looks to shed a light on under-represented acts in the UK Garage, Grime and House sub-genres. The other special stage takeover features GRVDNCR. GRVDNCR is a Brooklyn based artist management company founded by Eric Silver from noted electronic music label System Recordings.
Several upgrades made last year will return including a massive outdoor area featuring fire pits and some of the best local food trucks in the DFW area. Let’s not forget about all the multiple free water stations throughout the mixed-indoor/outdoor facility. More details regarding Lights All Night ever-evolving layout and design, including information surrounding art installations and stage production, will be revealed closer to the festival dates.
Two-day GA and VIP tickets will soon be available for sale on August 22nd. Weekend GA passes are available for purchase for $109.95, while weekend VIP passes cost just $199.95. VIP ticket-holders will have access to the utmost festival-going experience with perks including preferred viewing areas at the festival, expedited entry, exclusive VIP bars, private restroom facilities, onsite event hosts, and more.
For those looking to take their year-end celebrations to the next level, several Bottle Service Packages are available for purchase 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 Lights All Night. Interested VIP and Bottle Service patrons are encouraged to purchase now, as supply is limited and prices will increase as the festival date approaches.
Additional music performers and festival details surrounding the 10th annual event will be announced in the coming weeks, including the single-day tickets and the daily performance schedule, as well as the lineup of vendors, merchants, and visual artists slated to be onsite throughout the weekend.