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Lights All Night Shares Lineup For New Year’s Weekend 2024

It may be July, but Disco Presents already has its sights set on the new year. Today, the Texas-based promoter—formerly Disco Donnie Presents—has unveiled the lineup for Lights All Night, its annual New Year’s Eve weekend festival in Dallas.

Returning to its longtime home at the Dallas Market Hall, Lights All Night will send Texas ravers into 2025 on a high note with two days of bass, house, and techno from December 28-29, 2024.

Fan-favorite global headliners like Kaskade, Excision, Audien, Timmy Trumpet, and Ganja White Night are among the industry-leading artists slated to perform at this year’s edition. 

Bassheads of all sub-genre persuasions are in for a treat with additional sets to come from breakneck dubstep players like Ray Volpe, Kai Wachi, and MARAUDA, burgeoning experimental bass acts such as Barclay Crenshaw, Tape B, and ALLEYCVT, trap favorites like ISOxo and Moore Kismet, and drum & bass stalwarts like Friction, Delta Heavy, and REAPER.

Elsewhere, Fatima Haji, Cassian, Layton Giordani, and Eli Brown are set to deliver a healthy dose of cutting-edge techno, while house selectors like Azzecca, San Pacho, Max Styler, Truth x Lies, and Tita Lau bring crisp four-on-the-floor beats to the New Year’s celebration.

Check out the full lineup for Lights All Night 2024 below.

Before Lights All Night closes out 2024, Disco Presents will celebrate Halloween with the return of its annual Freaky Deaky festival in Austin on October 26 and 27, featuring sets from deadmau5, Chase & Status, Subtronics, Louis The Child, Liquid Stranger, Dombresky and more.

Back in February, Disco Donnie Presents announced its official rebrand to Disco Presents. Over the last 30 years, the company has been responsible for producing major festivals in Texas and beyond, such as Sunset Music Festival, ILLENIUM’s Ember Shores, Texas Eclipse, Ubbi Dubbi, and more.

Tickets for Lights All Night 2024 will go on sale here tomorrow, Wednesday, July 10, at 10AM CT. For more information, visit

Featured image from Lights All Night. Credit: Tyler Church.

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Peter Volpe

Journalism student at The Ohio State University with a passion for culture and fat basslines.

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