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The Lights All Night electronic dance music festival will bring in the New Year over three spectacular nights, December 29, 30, and 31. Lights All Night will be held at Fair Park in Dallas, TX. Tickets go on sale today, August 7, 2012.
At the Lights All Night electronic dance music festival, electronic music lovers will dance in the new year of 2013. On LightsAllNight.com Facebook page they said, "We are going to provide more than just a dance party, it's going to be a celebration of music, food, drinks, art, performers, lights, sounds, love, and most important of all a celebration of LIFE!"
This year marks Lights All Night's fifth year, and with each year the festival seems to get bigger and bigger. Last year's New Year Eve festival was held at the Dallas Convention Center, where thousands of people gathered around three stages. That event took place over only two nights, but the extra night is not the only thing this year's festival will expand, they are expanding their venue as well. Lights All Night is planning for a huge crowd this year and has booked the 277-acre Fair Park for the 2012 New Year's celebration.
The DJ lineup has still not been announced yet, "…but early rumors include Girl Talk (making a return appearance), Pitbull, and Armin Van Buuren," according to Seatgeek.com. Last year Tiësto, RJD2, Diplo, Benny Benassi, Flux Pavilion and many other DJs filled the nights with electronic music.
For those thinking about going to this year's Lights All Night but are a bit hesistant at the lack of lineup there is a video posted on the festival's website, LightsAllNight.com, that will reassure you this is an experiene you won't want to miss. The video highlights the 2011 event and features Tiesto, Diplo, Laidback Luke, Benassi, Girl Talk and Dada Life. The video also shows Jim Morrison from "The Doors," and he talks about how "the new generation's music … will rely heavily on electronics," as noted on Pollstar.com.
Highland Entertainment and MCP Presents are producing Lights All Night again this year. Highland Entertainment is an international entertainment company. They are based out of Dallas, TX. The company produces events throughout the United States and parts of South America.
MCP Presents is a production, promotion, and management company. They are based out of Asheville, NC. MCP Presents has over 10 years of world-class festival promotion experience and have promoted over 1000 shows. They are also a leader in the international electronic music scene.
Electronic dance music (EDM) has taken off across the country with an influx of festivals like Lights All Night popping up and continuing to be successful. Tickets go on sale today at 3 p.m. Eastern Time. Plenty of fans of the festival's Facebook page — of which they have nearly 30,000 — are counting down the hours to buy their tickets knowing that Lights All Night is sure to offer up more of the top DJs in the industry this year. Tickets sold out well in advance in the past years of the electronic music festival, according to Lightsallnight.com.
For more information on the event, tickets, and travel packages visit www.lightsallnight.com.