Rex C Curry/Dallas News
Ravers deck out in the strangest of clashing apparels at this year's Lights All Night in Dallas as the army of music lovers deck out and thrash to the many of the music scenes most popular electronic musicians in Dallas' home grown festival.
Gabriella Zepeda, all decked out in her top hat, platform boots, black garters, red bustier and lighted hula hoop, thoughtfully encapsulated the appeal of Lights All Night in three sentences: “I like the fact that the artists and the festival goers are treated with such respect,” said the 20-year-old from Dallas. “Other music festivals they treat you like animals when you walk in the gate. Here you are a person when you walk in the gate.”
That unconditional attention to individuality, the freedom to merge flamboyant costumes with throbbing dance beats, is at the heart of the third annual electronic music festival.
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