Lights All Night (LAN) celebrated its tenth anniversary with a return to Dallas Market Hall in Dallas, Texas on Friday and Saturday, December 27 and 28 of New Year’s Eve weekend. With an increased capacity for the sold-out event, LAN this year played host to over 35,000 attendees from across Texas and beyond.
Since its inception in 2010, LAN continues to be independently produced by founder and native Dallasite Scott Osburn. Over the past decade, the event has become the longest-running year-end EDM music festival in the entire country; the longest-running EDM event across the state of Texas; and the largest music festival in the city of Dallas. Over 550 music performers and 325,000 guests having attended the music festival since inception in 2010. Making LAN a top destination for travelers and local residents alike at the end of every year.
“Lights All Nights is a place where you can be free to be yourself while exploring our art, meeting new friends and dancing the night away to some of the most innovating music in the world!”
Lights All Night 2019
For a fourth consecutive year, Dallas Market Hall near downtown Dallas played host for the festival and featured five stages. Including two main stages (Supernova and Intergalactic) and two outdoor stages (Planet Prime and Space Station) along with the return of the fan-favorite Silent Disco (Disco Galaxy). The two main stages continued to provide fans with countless awe-inspiring moments. The Supernova stage featured world-class LED screen production spanning nearly the size of a football field, and the Intergalactic stage was designed to mirror a European-style, intimate club environment.
Lights all Night definitely knows how to provide a good time and their 10th year anniversary was no different. This rainbow wonderland provided five different themed stages that took every attendees’ breathe away, especially mine. Two main stages (Supernova and Intergalactic) and two outdoor stages (Planet Prime and Space Station) along with the return of the fan-favorite Silent Disco (Disco Galaxy). The two main stages continued to provide fans with countless awe-inspiring moments as the Supernova stage featured world-class LED screen production spanning nearly the size of a football field, and the Intergalactic stage was designed to mirror a European-style, intimate club environment. This two-day event took me to wonderland. The magical lights were endless as well as the high spirits from everyone around me.
This was my first year attending Lights All Night and I have nothing but words of praise to the creators and producers. Hats off to you all. Not only did these stages take you into different realms of music but the performers truly out did themselves this year. I was lucky enough to see some of my favorite artists alongside some Dallas Natives and the energy was beautiful. Security was extremely polite (which is rare at most festivals) the crowd was friendly and the venue was easy to maneuver. I had no difficulties finding my way around. I loved the inside-outside venue, really gave everyone a choice to switch off on what they wanted to do throughout the night. With the outside stages having a different themed lineup each day, I was extremely impressed.
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