LIGHTS ALL NIGHT- December 30 – 31, 2016
LIGHTS ALL NIGHT was undoubtedly the place to be on New Year’s Eve. After six successful years in Dallas, the largest Texas NYE festival took its vibrant spectacle to El Paso for a doubleheader of epic proportions. Between Dallas and El Paso, more than 40,000 fans attended LIGHTS ALL NIGHT for its seventh New Year celebration.
Dallas had more than quintupled the number of artists and performers from any previous year for 2016. Headliners included Above & Beyond, Zedd, deadmau5, NERO (DJ Set), Tchami, RL Grime, plus special guest A$AP Ferg among many more electronic and DJ talents. Event organizers Highland Concerts worked incessantly to enhance every detail for 2017. The event featured a new stage layout and top of the line production. There were two large outdoor areas with bars and food from some of Dallas’ most popular food trucks, including The Butcher’s Son and Gandolfo’s.
El Paso, TX
For its first year in El Paso, LIGHTS ALL NIGHT featured some performers that also appeared in Dallas, including deadmau5 and RL Grime (who played back-to-back sets in both cities). Felix Cartal, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs (DJ Set), Excision, No Mana, and Bijou also took the stage in El Paso. Like Dallas, El Paso was treated to a top-tier NYE experience with high-end production and ample amenities.
Be sure to look for LIGHTS ALL NIGHT 2017!
“… Dallas’ most epic party.” – Dallas Observer (1/2/17)
“Lights All Night was huge, really big. And loud!”-Tony McGuiness of Above & Beyond via Twitter
“The two nights of electronic music showcase some of the biggest names in the biz, including this year’s headliners Zedd, Deadmau5, A-Trak and Above and Beyond…a sensory feast of lasers, light shows, confetti cannons and costumes.” – Guide Live/Dallas Morning News (12/7/16)
“Some might consider a classy New Year’s Eve affair, dressed to the nines, suitable to their pace, but for those looking to “rage” as they ring in the New Year, look no further than the Lights All Night music festival.”- El Paso Times (12/13/16)
“Lights All Night is undeniably the place to be…” – Consequence of Sound