This winter is going to be hot. Head down to Dallas, Texas this December to see some of the most fire artists perform at Unsilent Night. The festival’s ninth edition will feature big names like platinum-selling rap headliner Yung Gravy and hyperpop duo 100 gecs — with many more lineup announcements coming soon. December 9 at the Curtis Culwell Center will be a night to remember for sure.
Unsilent Night 2023 follows the festival’s movement starting in 2021 toward a more “new alternative” vibe with acts including Grandson, Sleeping with Sirens, and Royal & The Serpent. This year brings a new partnership as the mastermind behind the festival, with Texas promoter Third String Entertainment and leading U.S. independent electronic music promoter Disco Donnie Presents — together called Disco Punk. Since its launch in 2007, Unsilent Night has blended pop-punk, rock, and metal, courtesy of founders Mike Ziemer and Orlando Mendoza.
When the world was shut down in 2020 and most of 2021, we needed music the most. Since we couldn’t attend live concerts, we spent the entire time discovering new music and keeping an eye on who was making the most noise. My business partner Orlando and I decided that the goal moving forward with Unsilent Night would be to put all these artists on the festival and end the year on a high note. Most of the artists you’ll see and songs you’ll hear on the stage for this event are much more poppy and upbeat fun songs.
~Mike Ziemer, Unsilent Night festival founder
Tickets are on sale now, so grab ‘em while they’re hot by purchasing here. Prices currently range between $39.95 and $199.95, with options such as section seating, standing room, and VIP areas.
Keep an eye out for more lineup announcements from Unsilent Night on its website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Also, connect with Disco Punk’s Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, along with Third String Entertainment’s website, Facebook, and Instagram. Disco Donnie Presents is online with a website, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. See you in Dallas!
Featured photo credit to @lanalion