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Skrillex, Bassnectar, Virtual Self, Louis The Child top Lights All Night’s tenth anniversary line-up

Hard to believe it’s been ten years since Lights All Night (LAN) first opened its dancehalls. The Dallas-based festival has grown from its humble and frigid outdoor beginnings to indoor convention center massive in the decade since its first inception. The festival has also moved from a Christmas time event to it’s current date the weekend before New Years Eve. To celebrate such a milestone, the festival’s organizers have promised they are going all out for their tenth anniversary event, held December 27-28 just outside of downtown Dallas.

Stepping back into the main stage spotlight is Skrillex, who hasn’t been seen in Dallas since LAN’s 2014 event. Also returning for his third time as a headliner is cult demigod Bassnectar, who played in 2017 and 2012. Porter Robinson‘s alter-ego Virtual Self will make a first appearance, although Robinson brought his live experience to the main stage just two years ago. Finally, Louis The Child steps into the main stage spotlight for the time time ever at LAN.

Joining the top liners is a first-phase undercard that includes tons of LAN alumni and crowd-favorite newcomers, including 3lau, AC Slater, Herobust, Kayzo, Manilla Killa, Said The Sky, San Holo, Slushii, Tritonal, and more. Night Bass will host a stage takeover with back-to-back performances from Jack Beats and Bijou, Golf Clap and Codes, and more. Heavy bass makes a solid statement with the Gravedancer Takeover, which includes showings from Boogie T, Dallas-native riddim kid HE$H, Al Ross b2b Bommer, and more.

Lights All Night 2019 returns to the Dallas Market Hall with two massive main stages and two outdoor renegade stages, along with outdoor camp fires and food trucks, indoor chill out zones, the return of the fan-favorite Silent Disco, and a VIP experience like none other.

Tickets go on sale beginning tomorrow, Thursday, August 22.

Photo credit: aLive Coverage.

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