Lights All Night Reveals 2017 Lineup

It seems appropriate to start discussing New Year plans since it’s only four months away. Lights All Night announced they will be returning to Dallas Market Hall for the eighth consecutive year for a two-day festival taking place on December 29-30,2017. Last year, LAN offered attendees of all ages access to some top electronic acts such as Zedd, deadmau5, Tchami, RL Grime and Nero just to name a few. Earlier last week, Phase 1 of the lineup was announced and it’s hard not to buy a ticket.

Lights All Night 2017 | Phase 1 Lineup

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This year they did it big, Lights All Night has booked some of dance music’s biggest names for another spectacular event. Headlining this year’s event are Bassnectar, who just released his ‘Reflective’ EP and Porter Robinson, who is working on his next album. While the headliners are enough to get some of us to the event, LAN also features a diverse group of artists such as NightBass’ founder and father AC Slater, Hard Events creator Destructo, Seven Lions, Illenium, Ugly God, Drezo, Tokimonsta, Smokepurpp and a very special live set from Ookay.

LAN and several of the artists on this year’s lineup are partnering up to provide a ‘Houston Relief Pass’ with a portion of the proceeds from each ticket will be matched and sent to support Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. These tickets are currently available now through September 8th and cost $10 more than the original ticket price of $109. The extra $10 will be matched by the festival team as well each of the following individual artists: Bassnectar, Porter Robinson, Illenium, Seven Lions, Ookay, Drezo and Tokimonsta – a total donation of $90 per ticket.

If you haven’t got any plans for New Year’s yet you might want to take a trip to Dallas for this event. Two-day GA and VIP tickets are now on sale at www.lightsallnight.com.

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