Lights All Night is one of the longest-running end-of-year events in Dallas and will hold its 10th annual music festival at Market Hall on New Year’s Eve weekend from December 27-28. Take a look at the 2018 recap in the video below:
This Dallas Festival leaves the crowd with an unforgettable experience each year, complete with food stalls great for hungry music lovers and art installations perfect for social media feeds. Even if you're a bit shy, Lights All Night maintains a space full of good vibes. Here, you'll always find a group of people to dance with, even if you're away from the mainstage. The only time you might find some "alone time" is at the silent disco area, but even then you'll probably find folks who don't want to dance alone.
The 2019 headline sets feature Skrillex, Bassnectar, dance-pop duo Louis The Child, and Porter Robinson's hardcore alter ego Virtual Self. Other notable acts are Texas duo Tritonal, UK dubstep dynamo Zomboy; Las Vegas DJ 3lau; Slushii; electronic wunderkind Manila Killa; dance-metal hero Kayzo; and Dutch producer producer San Holo. The festival will also offer its signature silent disco and stage takeovers by AC Slater's Night Bass and Grvdncr Records to ring in 2020 and get the crowd dancing.
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