Lights All Night 2021: Set Times, COVID-19 Guidelines, and Everything Else You Need to Know
Texas' largest and longest-running electronic dance music festival, Lights All Night, is getting ready for its 11th edition this weekend. The New Year's Eve celebration will return to the Dallas Market Hall, a spacious and innovative warehouse-style space situated just minutes outside of downtown Dallas, on December 30th and 31st.
We're here to help you learn everything you need to know to navigate the festival throughout the weekend, including its COVID-19 protocols, daily schedules, travel and more.
Organizers have asked that those who attend get vaccinated. Legally they cannot ask for proof of vaccination to enter the venue, but they've strongly encouraged the jab in order to follow health guidelines.
"LAN needs every event goer to do their part and most of all, be respectful of others and do the right thing," reads a statement posted on the festival's website. "The current health situation makes for a challenging backdrop for the 11th edition of LAN. Of course, we would love for everyone to attend the festival this year and continue the great year end traditions that make the event special to so many, however, we understand that some will be hesitant. We ask that those who attend do so because they are willing to follow our health guidelines – not because it’s mandated, but because it’s the right thing to do."