Lights All Night, one of the country’s longest-running independent music festivals, is excited to announce the initial performance lineup as the dance music festival returns to Dallas, Texas for its 11th year on December 30 and 31. GA and VIP ticket packages to the New Year’s Eve event will go on sale next Tuesday, June 29 at LightsAllNight.com.
After a sold-out 10th anniversary celebration in 2019, Lights All Night (LAN) will make its triumphant return this coming December with performances from some of the world’s most sought-after dance and electronic music acts. 40,000 attendees over two days are expected at this year’s event, which will again return for a sixth year to Dallas Market Hall located just minutes from downtown Dallas.
This December, LAN will help ring in the new year with headlining performances from a number of festival alumni including a pair of Grammy Award-winning DJ/producers and perennial honorees on DJ Magazine’s Top 100 DJs list - Above & Beyond (2013, 2016) and DJ Snake (2014). Additional headliners include Denver-based producer Illenium (2017), who has become one of the industry’s hottest crossover electronic acts while being named as one of Billboard’s Top Dance/Electronic Artists of the 2010s; Parisian producer and singer/songwriter Madeon (2012) who was most recently nominated for a 2021 Best Electronic Album Grammy Award; and Philadelphia-born dubstep DJ Subtronics (2019), who has taken the heavy bass music scene by storm with the growing popularity of his mixtape series Now That's What I Call Riddim.
A number of other in-demand dance music acts are also set to grace the LAN stage for the very first time this December including Los Angeles’s very own heaven-trap duo SLANDER; UK-born bass house DJ/producer JOYRYDE; and rising dubstep producer SVDDEN DEATH, who is perhaps best known for the smash hit single “Sell Out" featuring fellow festival alumni Marshmello. Plus, several other acclaimed Canadian acts are also set to perform such as former Juno Award winners Loud Luxury; and three-piece dance group Black Tiger Sex Machine, who are perhaps best known for their mesmerizing live shows that incorporate illuminated tiger helmets.
In total, more than 30 music acts from Texas and across the globe are set to perform at this year’s event. The current music (A-Z) is included below and available online at LightsAllNight.com:
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Above & Beyond
Black Tiger Sex Machine (BTSM)
Blunts & Blondes
Eazybaked b2b Sumthin Sumthin
Madeon (DJ Set)
“Texas’ most popular New Year’s Eve Party is back! We could not script a better way to end 2021 than to be back at our home in Dallas, Texas at Dallas Market Hall. This year, we have something for everyone and I cannot wait to see all of our LAN family join us back out on the dance floor this coming December,” said Lights All Night Founder/Owner Scott Osburn.
Starting next Tuesday, June 29, two-day GA and VIP tickets will become available for sale at LightsAllNight.com. For those looking to take their year-end celebrations to the next level, fans are encouraged to contact LAN directly at [email protected] to learn more about several Bottle Service Packages available for purchase starting at $1,500.
Partners and sponsors responsible for helping to make this year’s event possible include Mike’s HARDER Lemonade and Reign Total Body Fuel from Monster Energy.
This year’s official charity partner is once again DFW Rescue Me – a foster-based pet rescue nonprofit based in the Dallas area – for which LAN will be donating a portion of proceeds from the 2021 New Year’s Eve event to support the local organization.
Stay tuned as additional music performers and festival details surrounding the year-end music event will be announced in the coming weeks, including the single-day lineup and performance schedule, as well as the lineup of vendors, merchants, and visual artists slated to be onsite throughout the weekend.
For those eager to experience LAN beyond December hits, the festival has also partnered with Pollen to offer fans an extremely intimate and curated vacation getaway before the larger-than-life year-end music festival looks to return to Texas. Join LAN in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico this November 4-7 with tickets and more information available at: plln.io/LightsAllNightxPuertoVallarta.