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Lights All Night delivers huge first phase line-up for 2021 celebration

Above & Beyond, Madeon, Apashe, SLANDER, ILLENIUM, and more are set to play the upcoming edition of Lights All Night in Dallas.

After spending a year in lockdown, the folks behind Texas’ largest year-end massive didn’t take the year lying down. After announcing an all-inclusive destination event in Puerto Vallarta, Lights All Night (LAN) has now pulled back the curtain on its 2021 festival, taking place this New Years Eve, December 30 through 31.

“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.”

– Scott Osburn, Lights All Night Founder/Owner

With mainstage headliners like Above & Beyond, Illenium, DJ Snake, Madeon, and SLANDER gracing the line-up, fans will not be disappointed by LAN’s eleventh annual edition. For those with bass music tastes, several artists will be delivering the low-end reverb, including Subtronics, Habstrakt, 1788-L, Black Tiger Sex Machine, Holly, Chee, Jantsen, and a EAZYBAKED b2b sumthin sumthin set. House fanatics can hop over to 4B, JOYRYDE, or Left/Right. Keep in mind, this is only phase one. Many more are expected to join.

GA and VIP packages go on sale Tuesday, June 29 through Lights All Night’s website. Those who opt to upgrade their experience to regular VIP will get extra amenities, including private bathrooms and outdoor areas, express entry, and an exclusive bar, while the Platinum VIP will give those attending all-inclusive drinks, a merch bundle, and access to the Skybox viewing area as an added bonus.

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