Electronic Music Festival, Lights All Night

A multi-genre lineup including John Summit (DJ Set), Porter Robinson (DJ Set), Excision, Honeyluv, Said The Sky, Zeds Dead, G Jones, LUCII, Tchami, and more

Disco Donnie Presents, the nation’s leading independent electronic music promoter, announces the sale of tickets for their newly acquired Lights All Nights festival, the longest running electronic music festival in Texas. Taking place at Dallas Market Hall on December 29 and 30, this year’s NYE bash will feature the most in-demand electronic artists from across the globe.

The Lights All Night 2022 lineup features the most prominent names across a myriad of genres, welcoming the return of heavyweights like SVDDENDEATH and Excision, and newcomers alike with a prestigious DJ set from PorterRobinson, Chicago’s very own fun-loving DJ JohnSummit, along with prolific tech house artist Honeyluv, the founding father of future house, TchamiRepopulate Mars head honcho, LeeFoss, and Gordo, the new alias of Carnage who recently flexed his production talents on Drake’s ‘Honestly, Nevermind’ album. Always boasting a strong undercard, rising stars like LUCIISYNYMATAAndenTieDyeKyVeil, and CID will all showcase their talent over the course of both nights and are artists you don’t want to sleep on.


Zeds Dead

“Can’t wait to play Lights All Night this New Years! See you in Dallas this December ”

Said The Sky

“So excited to end the year by making my debut at Lights All Night this year!


Disco Donnie discovered twenty-five years ago that Texas was a home to an electronic music audience that was Texas-sized.  Having produced music shows in Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, El Paso, and Austin along with 11 other Texas cities, DDP has made it their mission to bring the best electronic music to the state.  With over $1 billion dollars in total economic impact and over $1.6 million in charitable donations to local nonprofits throughout Texas, the company has generated over $1 billion dollars in economic impact over the last ten years. 

Announcing its acquisition of LAN expands DDP’s Texas annual festival portfolio, which also includes Ubbi Dubbi, dubbed “the first festival back” after COVID canceled its events, and Houston’s largest Halloween festival, Freaky Deaky, solidifying DDP’s position as Texas’s largest independent promoter.

“Acquiring Lights All Night is a watershed moment for Disco Donnie Presents. After re-establishing our own independence, I am thrilled to start a new phase of growth with our first acquisition. Over 25 years ago, I felt such a strong connection with the audience at our earliest shows in Texas and since then, the demand for dance music has exploded. Scott Osburn and his team have built an extraordinary festival and it’s an honor for us to be trusted to continue and expand on their creativity.” – Disco Donnie 

In front of 6,000 fans, Scott Osburn and Hank Keller launched Lights All Night on New Year’s Eve 2010. As a result, LAN has grown to be one of the most recognized New Year’s Eve festivals in the country. With over 300,000 attendees and 500+ music acts from around the world, LAN has hosted superstar artists such as Avicii, Calvin Harris, deadmau5, Marshmello, Skrillex, The Chainsmokers, and Ti*sto. 

Besides being a music festival, Lights All Night is a beloved space for dance music fans from around the world to come together and make lifelong memories. With old and new friends, Lights All Night is the perfect place to dance into your New Year’s resolutions! Get your tickets for Lights All Night 2022 and cap off your year on a high note!

A recent acquisition of LAN by Disco Donnie Presents, 

DDP cements its position as the largest independent promoter in Texas

Thursday December 29 and Friday December 30 

Dallas Market Hall, Dallas, TX 

You can start paying as low as $26 + shipping if you choose payment plans

There are also hotel packages available

About Disco Donnie Presents and Lights All Night:

Led by James “Disco” Donnie Estopinal, DDP has produced over 17,000 shows and sold over 17,000,000 tickets in over 100 different cities since its inception in 1994. Over twenty-five years ago, Disco Donnie discovered that Texas was a community with a …Texas-sized appetite for electronic music. Since then, DDP made a commitment to bring the best electronic music to the state and has produced shows in Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, and Austin in addition to 11 other smaller cities in Texas.  In the last ten years, the company has generated over $1 billion dollars in total economic impact and over $1.6 million in charitable donations to local nonprofits for through out Texas. 

In April of 2020, DDP took a calculated risk and produced Ubbi Dubbi, the “first festival back,” after over a year of COVID-canceled events. The team innovated COVID-safe protocols and third-party post-event research confirmed no escalation in COVID cases. DDP’s operations became a template for promoters nationwide. 

Disco Donnie has long served as a mentor to new promoters and he has been a proponent of LAN since its inception. With this acquisition, Donnie is committed to maintaining the authenticity of LAN and enhancing it with DDP’s magic and expertise. Scott Osburn will remain as an advisor, continuing to focus on creating artist and fan-centric experiences.

Founded by Scott Osburn and Hank Keller, Lights All Night first launched on New Year’s Eve 2010 with headliner Ghostland Observatory and 6,000 fans. LAN has since grown to become Texas’ longest running electronic music festival, and one of the most visible NYE festivals in the U.S. Over the years, LAN headliners have included superstar artists Avicii, Calvin Harris, deadmau5, Marshmello, Skrillex, The Chainsmokers, Tiësto, and many more, while playing host to over 300,000 attendees and 500+ music acts from across the globe.


Music is my thing love Art and Tempo with some Bass. Love live shows and performance art. Love offbeat events as well. Love different foods, enjoy eating ethnic foods from around the world. Love to travel.

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