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EDM Artists to Ring in New Year with ‘Lights All Night’ Rave

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DALLAS -- Dallas Market Hall has been converted into a concert venue for the 6th annual "Lights All Night" -- an electronic dance music festival.

"Probably the biggest one in the country for New Year's Eve," said Chris Lund, who'll be performing at the event under his stage name, Left/Right.

Scott Osburn, the event's producer, says they expect up to 17,000 folks to show up to each of the two nights. They took the opportunity to raise money for this week's tornado victims in North Texas.

"We decided to donate a dollar for every ticket sold to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund," Osburn told NewsFix.

The main objective at "Lights All Night," though, is still to have fun.

"What's cool about stuff like this is people can come here and let loose and go for it," said Josh Vela who performs as MSCLS.

Alexander "Zander" Reid agrees, "I'm most excited to see the festival in action."

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