Dallas’ Lights All Night Gets Mixed Reactions To Major Announcements

Big news dropped today from Lights All Night.  The annual music festival announced their 2022 artist lineup, new ownership, and no New Year’s Eve celebration.  That’s right, the festival will take place in Dallas on December 29th and 30th leaving party goers with a free Saturday night to explore the great state of Texas.

Lights All Night was first launched on New Year’s Eve 2010 by founders performing for 6,000 fans. Now it has become Texas’ longest running electronic music festival and is being sold to Disco Donnie Presents, the U.S. indie music promotion company led by James “Disco Donnie” Estopinal.  The purchase is the first acquisition for Estopinal since exiting LiveStyle and the third festival to be managed by Estopinal in Texas, who also owns Ubbi Dubbi and Freaky Deaky and is now one of the biggest indie promoters in the Lone Star State.




Dance music fans have anticipated this lineup announcement for weeks.  Now they are sounding off with support, excitement, and confusion.  Besides the suspected blurred out ‘GRIZ’ and possibly misspelled ‘EXCISION’, fans are also voicing more reactions to all of these major announcements.





Tickets go on sale Monday, August 1st.  Visit LIGHTSALLNIGHT.com For More Information & Tickets.





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