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LIGHTS ALL NIGHT Announces First-Ever Live Broadcast NYE Weekend Dec 30-31 via Uphoric TV

LIGHTS ALL NIGHT, Texas’ largest electronic music festival, today (December 13) announces that their first-ever live broadcast will take place this New Year’s Eve weekend, December 30 and 31, live from Dallas Market Hall. LIGHTS ALL NIGHT has partnered with new music festival digital television network UphoricTV, in a multi-year agreement, to produce and broadcast select performances through the festival weekend over the UphoricTV network. Artists for this year’s live broadcast will include: A-Trak, Kill The Noise, Tchami, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs (DJ set), REZZ, Whethan, San Holo, Luca Lush and others to be announced. Viewers will be able to watch the LIGHTS ALL NIGHT New Year’s Eve broadcast live for free via www.uphoric.tv and viewers will need to subscribe to the UphoricTV YouTube channel here in order to access the broadcast.

In addition to broadcasting artist performances, UphoricTV and LIGHTS ALL NIGHT will also produce original video content, interviews, behind-the-scenes reports and more throughout the entire event at Dallas Market Hall. This content will be available via UphoricTV’s Facebook Live and Instagram, as well as in episodes of UphoricTV’s signature original series Artist Access, after the festival on-demand via the network’s channels on Verizon Go90 and YouTube. This live broadcast is in partnership with Highland Concerts and MCP Presents – the producers of LIGHTS ALL NIGHT.


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