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Lights All Night Announces First Round of Acts

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Lights All Night, the annual electronic music festival that's moved to Fair Park this year, has announced its first round of acts, including Tiësto, Avicii, Bassnectar, Calvin Harris, Axwell, Ghostland Observatory, Diplo, Flux Pavilion, Nero, 12th Planet, Alesso, Zeds Dead, A-Trak, Sander Van Doorn, Markus Schulz, Zedd and Madeon and locals Play-N-Skillz.

Tickets are on sale now, and more acts will be announced in the coming weeks. Also of note: Lights All Night, which has been a Dallas venture up until now, will be expanding to Australia in 2013.

See also: - Lights All Night goes on sale - The fans of Lights All Night 2011

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