Lights All Night Announces Stacked 2015 Lineup
If you haven’t heard, Dallas’ largest New Year’s Eve festival Lights All Night has released its 2015 lineup and… well just take a look at it.
After announcing Hardwell and Kaskade in August, thousands impatiently waited for more and on October 13th, Highland Concerts and MCP Presents answered our prayers with the lineup. Joining Hardwell will be a DJ set from Porter Robinson while Kaskade will be joined by the HDYBYS themselves, Flosstradamus. Baauer, Big Gigantic, Claude Vonstroke, Datsik, Galantis, Jauz, Thomas Jack and Myon and Shane 54 are only a few of the artists that will make the crowds go crazy at the Convention Center.
My initial thoughts on the lineup were electric as many of these artists I have yet to see. Kaskade, Flosstradamus, Claude Vonstroke and Galantis top my list of acts to see, so when I heard they were all going to be there, my excitement level was turned to 11.
After looking closer at the lineup, I could feel the emerging Dallas scene intertwined within all the acts. The Midwest/South is known for the love of all things bass and Lights All Night nabbed some of the best and emerging bass acts out right now. Black Tiger Sex Machine is on a tear, while Jauz continues to smash festival dancefloors by the hour. Datsik, Snails, Yellow Claw, Herobust, Jackal and Salva will rumble subwoofers before Flosstradamus twerks the crowd into a frenzy on January 1.
Traversing the spectrum from bass to house and trance, Myon and Shane 54, Thomas Jack and Galantis are perfect additions to give the guests the feels. Claude Vonstroke will bring the Dirtybird vibe with him as Porter will shock Dallas once again with more Worlds tracks and maybe some from the remix album. We all can ring in 2016 with Hardwell before we come back the next day and experience Kaskade’s Automatic live.
Colton Carlyle and Prismo are the first of plenty of Texas artists that will probably be announced as this is only the first release of artists. If I had any guess, I’d guess Lights All Night will add more techno artists to partner with Claude Vonstroke. Let us know in the comments below of your opinion on the lineup and artists you hope to see this year at Lights All Night. You can purchase tickets now from Lights All Night website and make sure to keep up to date on news by following them on Facebook and Twitter.
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