Lights All Night is an EDM festival.
Lights All Night is an EDM festival.
Alex Scott

Lights All Night Announces Daily Lineup and Collaboration with Sweet Tooth Hotel

Lights All Night announced a collaboration with one of this year’s favorite art installation and Instagram traps, Sweet Tooth Hotel. The team at Sweet Tooth Hotel will curate an onsite art installation exhibit at LAN this year. In addition to the exhibit, LAN will also provide an assortment of digital art by Pixel Lab and interactive pieces by Shamsy Roomiani throughout to enhance what is already an intense visual experience.

The official charity partner for this year is DFW Rescue Me, a foster-based pet rescue nonprofit. DFW Rescue Me is currently having a pet adoption pop-up at the Galleria on the first floor outside of Banana Republic until Jan. 1. Those who visit the pop-up will be entered in a raffle to win 2 general admission tickets to LAN and if you adopt a pet, you will be entered in a raffle for two VIP tickets. Set times have not been released, however the daily lineup is below.

Headliners - Diplo, Kaskade, Rezz
1788-L, Anti Up, Charlesthefirst, Chee, Digital Ethos, Jai Wolf, Lick, Mr. Carmack, Nora En Pure, Oliver Tree, Penthouse Penthous, Phaseone, Quix, Sofi Tukker, Young Bombs, Black Frames, Chris Roze, Milazzo, Nik P, Typo, No Parents No Rules, Shree, Stetra, The Lost Boys.

Headliners – Excision, Gucci Mane, Tiesto
Carlyle, Chuurch, Ekali, Eprom, Bleep Bloop, Funtcase, Grensta, He$h, Hotel Garuda, Josh Pan, Luca Lush, Pat Lok, Shiba San, Tynan, G-Rex, What So Not. Caligula, Grime Tribe, Krewx, Mason Flynt, Metaphysic, Oxigenate, Paragrime, Quahog Convo, Saratonin.

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