EDM fans in TX—and those willing to trek to Dallas this December—are in for a treat. This year marks the 10th annual Lights All Night, now the longest running EDM festival in Texas. And to celebrate 10 years of bass-heavy, beat dropping fun, the festival is bringing some of the best electronic music talent to the Dallas metroplex for a legendary holiday.
This year, the Dallas Market Hall will be hosting the likes of Skrillex, Bassnectar, dance-pop duo Louis the Child, and Porter Robinson’s alter-ego Virtual Self. Rounding out the bill for the two-day EDM festival are the Texas-based duo Tritonal, the UK dubstep legend Zomboy, Las Vegas DJ 3lau, rising beatmaker Slushii, dance-metal icon Kayzo, and the guitar-savvy producer San Holo. Plus, a number of to-be-announced artists.
Festival goers can also anticipate a silent disco, stage takeovers by AC Slater’s Night Bass and Grvdncr Records, and an LED screen the size of a football field.
Lights All Night 2019 will take place December 27 – December 28. LAN Tickets will go on sale Thursday, August 22. Besides two dates in Vegas next month, Lights All Night is the only scheduled Skrillex appearance for this Winter. By reigning in this level of talent, Lights All Night is slated to become one of America’s longest running EDM festivals. This is the year to become a part of LAN history.