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Lights All Night 2013: Deadmau5 and Kaskade Will Headline, Tickets On Sale now

Electronic festival Lights All Night will return to Dallas' Convention Center on December 27 and 28 this year, and they've just announced the headliners: Deadmau5 and Kaskade. This year, Lights All Night will also host a New Year's Eve show in Mexico City.

Tickets for the Dallas shows are $79 for one night or $125 for both. Mexico City tickets aren't on sale yet.

See also: Lights All Night 2012: Review and Photos

Full lineup information is coming next week. But they're off to a strong start -- Deadmau5 is perhaps the most respected of the current generation of house DJs, and Kaskade isn't far behind.

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