DEC. 18, 2013
“Lights All Night” is proud to announce new artist additions to its wide-ranging lineup of acclaimed performers for its 2013 festival in Dallas, TX. The two-day Dallas event will be held at the Dallas Convention Center on December 27th and 28th. Tickets to the 18+ Dallas festival are currently on sale.
Lights All Night has announced the additions of Green Lantern, GETTER, Cash Cash, Protohype, and Solomon to its 2013 roster.
The Dallas festival will showcase the following artists on two main stages. Full lineup below:
Friday, December 27th:
Stage 1: Progressive house artist Deadmau5, Dutch house DJ/Producer Fedde Le Grand, EDM producer Carnage, hit-producing electro pop group Icona Pop,electronic music duo The Knocks, and a DJ set from Irish artist Fergie.
Stage 2: Electronic group Krewella, Gramatik and GRiZ’s acclaimed collaborative project Grizmatik, British electronic producer Zomboy, dance music project Le Castle Vania, DJ and hip hop producer Green Lantern, dubstep DJ GETTER, Atlanta-based producer HeRobust, and multi-instrumentalist DJ David Starfire.
Saturday, December 28th:
Stage 1: 2013 Grammy-nominated DJ/Producer Kaskade, house music DJ and composer Nicky Romero, Dutch DJ/Producer R3hab, chart-topping DJ BL3ND, Love-Step artist Kill Paris, Russian house DJ duo Matisse & Sadko, EDM groupCash Cash, and Dallas DJ WISHFM.
Stage 2: English DJ trio Above & Beyond, the Diplo-curated dancehall DJ projectMajor Lazer, Canadian DJ A-Trak, electronic music producer Paper Diamond, French electro band Dirtyphonics, underground producer Nom De Strip, EDM duoProtohype, and dupstep DJ Solomon.
Lights All Night 2013 will also feature a Silent Disco stage, and will announce the artists soon.
The talent lineup for the Mexico City event taking place on place on December 31st will be announced soon.
For the Dallas event, Early Bird single-day & two-day passes are available for $79 and $125, respectively. VIP Early Bird passes are $150 per night, or $250 for both nights. Platinum Early Bird passes are available for $400 per night, or $700 for both nights. For ticketing details and additional information, visit http://lightsallnight.com/.