This coming New Year’s Eve, Lights All Night will take over Fair Park in Dallas, TX for its annual electronic music party. And with the festival just over one week away, LAN is pleased to announce its finalized schedule. Spanning five stages over three days (Dec. 29-31st), LAN will give festival patrons the opportunity to see a variety of artists, ranging from EDM heavyweights like Tiësto, Avicii, and Calvin Harris on Lights All Night’s Main Stage to rising stars Crizzly, Herobust, and Tritonal on the intimate Club @ LAN Stage. Doors will open at 3 p.m. and the show kicks off at 4 p.m. A full schedule can be found below.
Three-day general admission passes can be purchased for $199, as well as single-day general admission tickets being available for $99 at LightsAllNight.com. A limited number of tickets will be available at the box office at Fair Park each night.
Lights All Night also boasts robust VIP accommodations. Entry-level VIP packages include express entrance to the festival, access to exclusive viewing from the main and second stages, entry to the VIP lounge, access to a VIP only bar with complimentary beverages from 8 PM to 11PM nightly, and more. Fans can also purchase Platinum VIP packages that include access to all VIP amenities, entrance to an exclusive elevated viewing area at the main stage, waitress service, a platinum only Green Room with open bar and private bathroom, a platinum concierge and more.
The festival has recently added a Rio Room @ Lights All Night package, which includes all Platinum VIP options, as well and exclusive Moet and Ciroc bottle service options. Travel packages are available at all ticket levels and include a stay at the Hotel Indigo Dallas Downtown, transportation to the festival, and more. More info on all levels of ticketing can be found at LightsAllNight.com.
With premier electronic artists, state-of-the-art production, dynamic lightshows, live dancers, and art installations, Lights All Night will once again serve as the destination New Years Eve event for electronic music fans across the country.