This year, the event site in Dallas Market Hall lowered the capacity in order to better serve festival attendees with shorter lines for food and drinks, more room to dance about, and overall a more inclusive experience. The updated footprint will feature two main stages in the Satellite Stage, which was designed to mirror a European-style club environment; as well as the Supernova Stage, which will feature a world-class, larger-than-ever-before LED screen production. In addition to this updated visual element at the Supernova Stage, festival attendees will also be treated to awe-inspiring visual and immersive art throughout the grounds.
“Fan comfort and safety has always been our top priority and we have gone to great lengths to ensure this year’s event is our best one yet. With this in mind, we have decided to reduce our overall capacity from year’s past, and focus our efforts on the experiential and production elements. Both of these decisions were made in order to produce an even more exceptional fan experience throughout the weekend,” said festival cofounder Scott Osburn
LAN would like to thank the various partners who help to make the 2017 festival possible, including Wells Fargo, which will bring the official Wells Fargo Mobile Food Bank next to the main Box Office to collect non-perishable food donations before the festival opens on Friday December 29th and Saturday December 30th. Please remember to bring your donation to the Wells Fargo Mobile Food Bank to receive a $5.00 off coupon from GloFX and a chance to win VIP upgrades.
LAN would also like to thank and show appreciation for additional sponsors New Amsterdam Vodka; Mike’s Harder Lemonade, which will be providing a fortune from Zoltar and a ride on the disco shark; Bud Light; LYFT; Fireball Whisky; Pepsi; 99; Vixen Vapor; Metro PCS, for providing an onsite charging station at the festival; Monster Energy Drink; Beat Box; and GLOFX.