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Lights All Night tickets go on sale while Lights Up High concert comes Saturday

Deadmau5 is just one of the many amazing artists to headline the festival in past years.
Deadmau5 is just one of the many amazing artists to headline the festival in past years.
Photo by Joseph Noga

Dallas' premiere EDM music festival Lights All Night is celebrating its 5 year anniversary. Early bird tickets to the 2014 incarnation went on sale today at noon, which you can find here. The two-day year-end event will be happening December 26th and 27th at the Dallas Convention Center. The official lineup hasn't yet been announced, but it is set to be bigger and better than ever. In past years Lights All Night has hosted some of the most renowned EDM heavy hitters, including Tiesto, Deadmau5, Avicii, Kaskade, Calvin Harris, Krewella, Major Lazer, Bassnectar, along with many others.

This past year marked a high point for the festival with unprecedented success. In 2013 Lights All Night sold-out, hosting over 40,000 eager fans. “After an amazing sell out year in 2013, Lights All Night is slated to be bigger and better than ever in 2014. We are excited that the City of Dallas, as well as EDM fans across the country continue to remain loyal to our brand and the experience we work so hard to provide," says Scott Osborn, CEO of Highland Concerts, in a recent press release. With such momentum and passion surrounding the festival, you can be sure that this year's lineup won't be one to miss.

Lights Up High is another concert EDM fans won't be keen to miss. Lights Up High comes as a welcome extension of its much bigger festival sized brother this upcoming Saturday, May 17 on the 33rd floor of the W Hotel in Dallas. Headlining the new project will be EDM pioneer 12th Planet along with opener DJ WISHFM. 12th Planet was recently named "Los Angeles dubstep god" by Rolling Stone, which should come as no surprise to those at all familiar with the dubstep movement. 12th Planet's influence on the now international phenomena is undeniable. It will be exciting to see him perform in a more intimate setting than many festival fans might be used to. Hit up for tickets and table reservations.

Also, be sure to check out my article covering Lights All Night 2013. The pictures in particular should give you a good idea of what you can expect in December. Early bird tickets are on sale now for $135 plus applicable fees and taxes.