Lights All Night in Dallas Dec 26-27

Christmas is one season away and Highland Concerts, with MCP Presents, is presenting electronic dance music fans Dallas’ largest EDM festival for another returning year: Lights All Night. Follow the lights to the Dallas Convention Center, where esteemed artists Skrillex, Armin van Buuren, and Disclosure are currently slated to ring out 2014. Tickets are now on sale for the two-day festival, occurring on Friday, December 26 and Saturday, December 27, on

Skrillex will be making his major Dallas play in support of his most recent album Recess, featuring the title song with Kill the Noise, Fatman Scoop, and Michael Angelakos. While his Mothership Tour concluded in July, there is a possibility that his spaceship might make a surprising stop in Dallas. Skrillex is one of Friday’s headlining DJ; the other is yet to be revealed. Trance king Armin van Buuren, who made a short stop in the United States for his ARMIN Only tour, will bring live musical elements with transient visuals from his show to Lights All Night. Armin van Buuren shares his headlining spot on Saturday with Disclosure, an English electronic music duo currently taking the industry by storm. Disclosure will present a one-of-a-kind DJ set with popular tunes like Latch and When a Fire Starts to Burn from their album ‘Settle.’

LAN Lineup 2014

Lights All Night will bring 40,000 music fans together under one roof for a night filled with state-of-the-art LED visual displays, tons of streamers and confetti, lasers and strobes, and of course…quality electronic music. Connect with Lights All Night on social media, as they will continue to reveal more information regarding its lineup, giveaways, and travel accommodations. FestPop encourages proper planning for all festival goers and this includes advance hotel reservation. Conveniently compare prices and book your hotel room on FestPop’s travel page (, where prices as low as $150 per night can be found. Stay tuned at FestPop for a comprehensive travel guide to help you prepare to follow the lights.


By  Chris Hong, FestPop Sr. Staff Writer
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