Rio Room's Friday Lights All Night Series Starts Tonight

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Lights All Night's a-coming, and this year's event, which moves to Fair Park, will feature artists like Calvin Harris and Diplo. While the dancing will surely know no bounds, it's hardly the intimate experience of witnessing some of these folks work their magic in a club.

Here is where Rio Room steps in, partnering with Highland Entertainment to bring Dallas a series of Friday night DJ sets leading up to the big cherry on the New Year's Eve sundae. Check the schedule and shine your dancing shoes, you won't want to miss your favorites enveloped in that incredible sound system and sipping sparkler-topped champagne. In fact, you can start celebrating tonight, with NYC duo the Chainsmokers.

November 16 - The Chainsmokers November 23 - Benzi November 30 - Yung Skeeter December 7 - Young Marco December 14 - Penguin Prison December 21 - Jus Ske

Dim Mak collective's Yung Skeeter will certainly bring out the disco queens and the nightlife photographers, so get your posing down. Chris Glover's Penguin Prison is worthy of saving the date, and offers a bit of an alternative to the 130 BPM hyped-up remix sets we usually see in the dark of the club. It all leads up to the three-day Lights All Night extravaganza December 29-31, but fans of the genre shouldn't sleep on the Rio Room series. Go get down where you're supposed to, in the club.

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