Got your New Years plans on lock yet? If not, the tenth annual ‘Lights All Night’ festival in Dallas has you covered. Dare to join the thousands of ravers who will ring in 2023 dancing the night away under the bright lights.
Taking place on the Friday and Saturday of New Year’s Eve weekend, chart topping DJs will lay down the beats across two stages. The best part? It’s all set amidst a spectacular light show featuring an LED screen the size of a football field. Check out the latest trends in rave gear for inspiration on what to wear underneath the disco ball!
The two-night event will be held in downtown Dallas, Texas. Ravers can expect a lineup featuring a mix of top DJ’s and up-and-coming artists. Renowned Lights All Night festival alumni will also be there to celebrate this Dallas tradition. Here’s all you need to know.
Lights All Night 2019: The Lineup
Headlining on Friday will be Lights All Night alumni, ‘Skillrex’, who has just released a two-track EP over the summer. Friday night will also see GRAMMY Awards nominee, DJ Porter Robinson’s alter ego ‘Virtual Self’ perform.
On Saturday, headlining acts ‘Bassnectar’ along with the DJ and production duo, ‘Louis the Child’, will take the stage.
Other artists lined up for the event include Texas’ own ‘Tritonal’, UK producer ‘Zomboy’, Vegas-based DJ ‘3LAU’, and LA-based DJ/Producer ‘Slushii’. Take a peek at the full lineup on the event website.
The party will take place on the 27 and 28 of December at the Dallas Market Hall in downtown Dallas, Texas. The party is open to anyone ages 18 and up, ready to show off their best edm fashions from shops like Innitiwear (rave clothing store) and iHeartRaves. According to the event website, attendees should bring a state or government-issued ID in order to be allowed entry. Alcohol will be served inside, however, ID may be required again at the time of purchase.
The event organizers strongly advise guests to stay hydrated during the event. Guests are permitted to bring their own factory sealed, non-glass water bottles inside with them. In addition to several foods and beverage vendors, there will also be free water stations available for everyone to use.
Last year’s attendance reached nearly 30,000. And as one of the city’s most beloved parties, this year’s tenth annual celebration is sure to be extra special.
New Years Alternatives
Not in the mood for the electronic sounds of Lights All Night this New Years?
Get your groove on with critically acclaimed Grateful Dead cover band, Dark Star Orchestra, this New Years instead.