Lights All Night (LAN) celebrated its tenth anniversary with a return to Dallas Market Hall in Dallas. LAN continues to bring attendees a festival experience unlike any other, featuring a highly curated selection of the world’s most sought-after electronic and dance music acts with FOMO-inducing performances and larger-than-life production. This year’s celebration was no different with Day 1 performances including headlining sets from festival alumni Skrillex and 2019 Grammy Awards nominee DJ Porter Robinson’s side project, Virtual Self; as well as Tritonal, Herobust, Kayzo, Elephante, Slushii, and Yung Bae, among others. The acts who helped to close out the tenth anniversary festivities on Saturday for Day 2 included headlining sets from festival alumni Bassnectar as well as Louis The Child; in addition to 3LAU, Zomboy, San Holo, Liquid Stranger, Subtronics and more.
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 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 year’s event also marked a return of DreamHack, which offered festival-goers a 50-person freeplay lounge with an extensive variety of today’s top video games, all of which were free to participate for all attendees. The lounge was housed in a dedicated second-floor lounge providing expansive 180-degree views of the Supernova main stage performances.