Building 50 North Gemini Boulevard
Orlando, FL 32816
5:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 11, 2013
$27.00 – $37.00 Buy
Concerts, Electronic, Hip-Hop
Lights Out Festival, a one-day audio-visual playground helmed by Dementia Events, returns with a breakthrough roster of both established and up-and-coming electronic artists, set to bounce eclectic beats through UCF Arena on January 11, 2013 at 5:30 p.m. With a mix of national and local acts, the announced performer lineup at the massive indoor venue includes Lil Jon, DJ BLEND, Brass Knuckles, Project 46, Loudpvck, and PatrickReza. Additional lineup announcements for the festival will be announced in the coming weeks.
Tickets for Lights Out Festival are on sale now at the UCF Arena Ticket Office, charge by phone at 800-745-3000, online at www.ticketmaster.com, and all Ticketmaster outlets. Tickets start at $27, plus applicable fees, and are all subject to a price increase on the day of the show, January 11, 2013.
About Lights Out Festival and Dementia Events
Lights Out Festival was created by a team of dedicated music lovers to bring the best elements of the underground scene above ground. It is the second initiative in a series of electronic music festivals set to take place seasonally, and around the country. Dementia Events has a strong passion for giving back to the community, and plans to make regular contributions to every future host city of Lights Out Festival.
Dementia Events is a Miami-based operation formed by young entrepreneurs Jeremy Carpenter and Jeremie Akiba. The duo first united in an effort to bring regular, affordable, music showcases to Miami’s electronic music scene. Lights Out Music Festival is the first venture of its kind for Dementia Events, whose mission remains the marriage of state-of-the-art music with groundbreaking lighting, to produce ultimate audio-visual entertainment. Dementia Events has strong values system on philanthropy, and pledges to carry out its mission of donating five percent of event proceeds to local music programs and public school systems.