John Summit, Porter Robinson and more join Lights All Night festival

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America’s leading independent electronic music promoter, Disco Donnie Presents, is thrilled to announce that tickets are now on sale for its new Lights All Nights festival, one of Dallas’ most iconic annual events and electronic music festival. the oldest in Texas.

This year’s edition is a NYE party, inviting the most in-demand and adventurous artists from all corners of the electronic music spectrum to perform on December 29-30 at Dallas Market Hall in Dallas, TX.

The Lights All Night 2022 lineup features the hottest names in a myriad of genres, welcoming returning heavyweights like SVDDEN DEATH and Excision, as well as newcomers with a signature DJ set from Porter Robinson, DJ John Summit, who likes to have fun in Chicago, alongside prolific tech house artist Honeyluv, the founding father of future house, Tchami, the big boss of Repopulate Mars, Lee Foss, and Gordo, the new alias of Carnage who recently displayed his producing talents on Drake’s “Honestly, Nevermind” album.

Still enjoying a solid undercard, rising stars like LUCII, SYNYMATA, Anden, TieDye Ky, Veil and CID will all showcase their talent over the two nights and are artists you don’t want to sleep on.

Over twenty-five years ago, Disco Donnie discovered that Texas was a community with a Texas-sized appetite for electronic music. Since then, DDP has been committed to bringing the best electronic music to the state and has produced shows in Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, El Paso and Austin in addition to 11 other cities in Texas. Over the past ten years, the company has generated more than $1 billion in total economic impact and more than $1.6 million in charitable donations to local nonprofits throughout Texas.

DDP’s recent acquisition of LAN expands DDP’s annual festival portfolio in Texas which also includes Ubbi Dubbi labeled as the “first comeback festival”, after more than a year of events being canceled by COVID, and the largest Houston’s annual Halloween festival – Freaky Deaky, cementing DDP as Texas’s largest independent promoter.

“The acquisition of Lights All Night is a watershed moment for Disco Donnie Presents. Having re-established our own independence, I am excited to begin a new phase of growth with our first acquisition. Over 25 years ago, I felt such a strong connection with the audience during our first shows in Texas and since then the demand for dance music has skyrocketed. Scott Osburn and his team have built an amazing festival and it is an honor for us to be trust to continue and develop their creativity – Disco Donnie

Founded by Scott Osburn and Hank Keller, Lights All Night first launched on New Years Eve 2010 headlining Ghostland Observatory in front of 6,000 fans. LAN has since become one of the most visible NYE festivals in the US Over the years, LAN headliners have included superstar artists Avicii, Calvin Harris, deadmau5, Marshmello, Skrillex, The Chainsmokers, Tiësto while hosting over 300,000 attendees and 500+ music acts from around the world.

Lights All Night is as much a music festival as it is a popular space for dance music fans around the world to come together and make memories that will last a lifetime. Lights All Night is the perfect environment to dance through your New Year’s resolutions with friends old and new! End your year on the highest notes by grabbing your ticket to Lights All Night 2022!

Disco Donnie Presents (DDP) is an award-winning and recognized leader in electronic dance music event production, founded by veteran promoter James “Disco” Donnie Estopinal. Since the company was founded in 1994, DDP has sold over 17 million tickets, producing over 17,000 live events, arena shows and outdoor festivals in over 100 markets around the world, including the United States States, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Canada and Panama.

Each year, DDP is responsible for organizing and promoting nearly 1,000 club events across the United States, ranging from Portland, Columbus, Houston, Tampa, New Orleans, Dallas and St Louis, for n to name a few. He is also known for producing major festivals such as The Day After, Sun City Music Festival and more recently Ubbi Dubbi, Sunset Music Festival, Ember Shores, Paradise Blue, Sunsoaked and Freaky Deaky.

In 1999, Donnie first partnered with Pasquale Rotella, CEO of Insomniac Events. In 2008, the duo officially merged, aiming to strategically grow the Insomniac brand across the globe and make Insomniac a household name.

Working together, the couple have inaugurated events such as EDC Orlando, Dallas, Puerto Rico, New York; Beyond Wonderland Seattle; Nocturnal Wonderland Austin and co-founder of Electric Forest. The partnership has also produced hundreds of club shows each year in United States markets.

In 2012, DDP focused on the genesis and development of SFX Entertainment, as the first company to sign with FX founder Robert Sillerman; a media entrepreneur with a vision to invest nearly $1 billion in electronic dance music to bring together the world’s leading promoters under one roof.

In 2017, Disco became part of LiveStyle, which included a global portfolio of leading event companies including Disco Donnie Presents, React Presents, Life In Color, Made Events, ID&T, Tomorrowland, Sensation, TomorrowWorld, Beatport.com , Electric Zoo, Awakenings, Q-Dance, and more.

In 2020, James “Disco Donnie” Estopinal announced that he had acquired sole ownership of Disco Donnie Presents (DDP), the eponymous company he founded 28 years ago. This landmark acquisition concludes an epic decade-long journey of being the first company acquired by SFX, surviving SFX’s subsequent bankruptcy, and becoming a member of LiveStyle.

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.. . Texan appetite for electronic music.

Since then, DDP has been committed to bringing the best electronic music to the state and has produced shows in Dallas, Houston, San Antonio and Austin in addition to 11 other small towns in Texas. Over the past ten years, the company has generated more than $1 billion in total economic impact and more than $1.6 million in charitable donations to local nonprofits throughout Texas.

In April 2020, DDP took a calculated risk and produced Ubbi Dubbi, the “first comeback festival”, after more than a year of events being canceled by COVID. The team innovated COVID-safe protocols and post-event third-party research confirmed no escalation in COVID cases. DDP’s operations have become a model for promoters nationwide.

Disco Donnie has long served as a mentor to new promoters and has been a supporter of LAN since its inception. With this acquisition, Donnie is committed to maintaining the authenticity of LAN and enhancing it with the magic and expertise of DDP. 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 Years Eve 2010 headlined by Ghostland Observatory and 6,000 fans. LAN has since become Texas’ longest-running electronic music festival and one of the most visible NYE festivals in the United States. , and many more, while hosting over 300,000 attendees and over 500 music groups from around the world.

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