Silent disco producer Silent Events® is more than just a wireless headphone rental company. Silent Events® provides full-scale production including: sound engineers, DJs, distribution specialists and lighting packages. Silent Events® delivers it all!
American owned and operated, Silent Events® is the company that first brought the silent disco headphone experience to the United States. Since then, Silent Events® has been setting the standard for wireless headphone productions in America for over ten years. With over two hundred silent parties produced annually, we truly are America’s first, largest, and most experienced silent disco providerSM.
We pride ourselves on our hands-on approach and professional staff. Silent Events® strives to make every production the best it can be. Sometimes sending a box of headphones and wishing you good luck is just not enough.
We want to make sure you get a top notch silent party experience no matter how small or large your gathering is. We can also offer trained sound engineers who install the transmitters, ensure all the equipment is working properly and resolve any transmitter interference issues.
We’re not gonna lie – we love the college scene and the college scene loves us. So much so that you can find us regularly hosting silent parties in close to 100 of the United States top colleges and universities. With so much experience under our belts, it’s a wonder why anyone would go someplace else.
So you’re planning the party of the century? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Whether a large-scale conference or a festival like Bonnaroo or ESPN X Games, you can count on us get the job done right. Customized services include: sound engineers, distribution specialists, lighting packages, trussing, and DJs. All provided to ensure your guests have the time of their life.
Silent Events is considered the founding father of this movement. Created by Ryan Dowd, a former tour manager for Widespread Panic and Drive-By Truckers, the company introduced wireless headphone disco parties at Bonnaroo.
“I think it’s become a phenomenon because there are so many ways to enjoy it,” says Dowd. “If you don’t like loud music, you can dial down the volume. If you don’t like a certain type of music, you can change the channel. If you don’t dance, you can people watch.”
The crowd inside a relatively small tent all grooved out together while the sound is transmitted to personal wireless headphones instead of a normal PA system. To claim that the experience is surreal and a trip is an understatement. This one of a kind experiment should not be missed. I would not be surprised to see one popping up in an urban area near you soon.