If You're Attending Lights All Night This Weekend, Be Prepared For the Party to End Early

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This year, Lights All Night has expanded to three nights, and is taking over Fair Park, a city-owned venue. On Sunday, the organizers sent out a press release (view below) alerting attendees that there is a curfew. Saturday and Sunday night's shows will end at midnight, and Monday's NYE show will end at 12:30 a.m.

Understandably, many who bought tickets for the event were upset that this bit of info was dropped on them a week before the festival. There are LAN-sponsored "afterparties," but those will likely have a price on them. Stay tuned for our report on Monday.

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