If it's New Year's Eve weekend in Dallas, it's Lights All Night. The annual EDM festival announced it will return to Dallas Dec. 29 and 30, with headlining DJ sets from Bassnectar and Porter Robinson.
Get out your crop tops, neon leggings and sunglasses; this strobe light dance party is one of Dallas' biggest two-day concerts of the year.
The event will take place at Dallas Market Hall, like it has for the past two years.
The artists announced for Lights All Night Dec. 29 and 30 are: Bassnectar; Porter Robinson (DJ set); Illenium; Seven Lions; Ugly God; Smokepurpp; AC Slater; Destructo; Drezo; TOKiMONSTA; Ookay; CARLYLE; DEVAULT;
[Update 10:15 a.m. Oct. 30, 2017: Here are the other artists announced:
Two more headliners: Marshmello and NGHTMRE. Marshmello DJs with a white costume covering his face, and his identity was unknown until mid 2017, when several media groups named him as Chris Comstock, also known as Dotcom. Marshmello has worked with Texas artists Khalid and Selena Gomez. Trap artist NGHTMRE is known for remixes of songs by Rae Sremmurd and Skrillex. NGHTMRE has an album coming out soon.
Other just-announced performers include Maxo Kream from Houston, plus Morgan Page and Liquid Stranger.]
Two-day general admission tickets and VIP tickets are now on sale. Customers who purchase a Houston Relief Pass, which costs $120 -- $10 more than a two-day GA ticket -- will see an impressive $80 donated to the Houston Food Bank, which is aiding with Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. The $80 comes from a $10 donation match from seven artists (Bassnectar, Porter Robinson, Illenium, Seven Lions, Ookay, Drezo and Tokimonsta) and a $10 match from the Lights All Night team. The Houston Relief Pass is available until Sept. 8 at midnight.
Lights All Night has hosted some of the biggest names in the DJ world, like Zedd, deadmau5, Kaskade and more. Last year, 40,000 people attended.