Disco Donnie Presents Announces Lights All Night Minneapolis

Snowta 2019 at The Armory
Snowta 2019 at The Armory | Photo Credit: Sam U Photography

ZHU, JAUZ, Feed Me, Bob Moses, Sidepiece, ATLiens, and more are set to play Lights All Night Minneapolis to help ring in the new year!

There might be some freezing temperatures up in Minnesota this winter, but Disco Donnie Presents and TC Presents (who previously threw Snowta) are looking to warm everyone up to celebrate New Year’s Eve. To do this, they’ve dropped an absolute heater of a lineup featuring some of the scene’s finest artists for Lights All Night Minneapolis, a two-night affair that is set to take place on December 30-31 at The Armory.

Thursday, December 30 will see artists such as ZHU, Bob Moses, Sidepiece, and Surf Mesa take the stage to dominate the crowd with their immersive soundscapes at Lights All Night Minneapolis. Then, it will be behemoths including JAUZ, ATLiens, Doctor P b2b FuntCase, and Feed Me to help guide everyone into the new year on December 31.

But that isn’t all that Lights All Night Minneapolis has in store for those who attend! They’ve also curated a hefty offering of artists to join in on the fun, including bass stunners such as G-Space, DMVU, Ivy Lab, and Phonon, as well as Feed Me’s alter-ego SPOR. Other sets from rising artists that shouldn’t be missed include everyone from Wreckno and Vampa to partywithray and Zingara as well, so make sure to arrive early to this event so you can catch all the action.

Tickets for Lights All Night Minneapolis go on sale Friday, November 5 at 10am CT. Head over to their website for more details and make sure to RSVP on Facebook for the latest news and updates!

Lights All Night Minneapolis 2021 – Initial Lineup:

Lights All Night Minneapolis 2021 - Lineup

Lights All Night Minneapolis 2021 – Initial Lineup By Artist:

  • ZHU (Dec. 30)
  • Bob Moses (Club Set) (Dec. 30)
  • Sidepiece (Dec. 30)
  • Surf Mesa (Dec. 30)
  • JAUZ (Dec. 31)
  • ATLiens (Dec. 31)
  • Doctor P b2b FuntCase (Dec. 31)
  • Feed Me (Dec. 31)
  • Austeria
  • Beak Nasty
  • Bommer
  • DMVU
  • G-Space
  • Hekler
  • HE$H
  • Ivy Lab
  • partywithray
  • Phonon
  • Smith.
  • SPOR
  • Steller
  • Vampa
  • Wreckno
  • Zia
  • Zingara

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