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Lights All Night in Dallas, TX | Festival Review

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The Dallas Convention Center was destroyed with lasers for the 5th year in a row on December 26th, and the 27th, and all I can think about moving into the new year is I WANT MORE! Lights All Night is quickly becoming the hottest Electronic gathering in the Texas area, and with this year seeing a sold out crowd, and one unforgettable show, it's hard to argue different. The layout of the festival was wonderful, and the indoor aspect of the convention center adds a completely different feeling than it's outdoor counterparts. Everything was easy to get to, the stage design was gorgeous, and everything ran as smooth as possible thanks to an excellent staff. From the top executives to the volunteers, the staff was polite and did their Job well; pair that with the unbelievably spectacular line up, and a spirited Texas crowd, and you've got the recipe for one awesome experience. My only complaint is the choice to sell paper tickets as opposed to wristbands (obviously this isn't a dealbreaker, but the last few years had wristbands and I personally collect all of mine). The still growing festival saw a massive line up this year, and I would not be surprised to see it only get bigger from here. Be sure you don't sleep on Lights All Night when you're missing festival season come next year; I will most definitely be in attendance again, and again. Be sure to look out for my exclusive interviews with preforming artists: Crizzly, Destructo, and Paper Diamond on EDMSauce soon.

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