Atlanta, GA is home to its own unique music scene. It’s been labeled the “hip-hop center of gravity”, but any genre you can think of thrives in The ATL. Silent Events understands this powerful music scene first hand.
Silent Events has hosted quiet events at two of Atlanta’s most popular clubs – Park Tavern (with Vitamin Water) and The Masquerade. We helped rapper B.o.B. celebrate the release of his new album ‘ETHER’ by hosting a silent preview of the entire album at Atlanta’s Studio No. 7. We provided headphones to champion a silent bi-lingual event outside of the Georgia Dome during the Mexican Men’s National Soccer Team friendly match. We’ve also brought the silent revolution to the campuses of Oglethorpe University and Emory University through the University of Silent Disco.
Silent Events is the premier silent disco company. If you’d like to throw the best silent disco party in Atlanta, GA, contact us today.
Silent Events is the leading Silent Disco event production company in the market. We don't want to simply provide you with a headphone rental, we want to help you with full-scale event production. Silent Events will deliver any and every aspect your Silent Disco event will need, including sound engineers, DJs, distribution specialists, lighting, staging, and tenting. There is nothing we won't provide for you.
Silent Events was the very first company to bring the Silent Disco to the United States over ten years ago. Since then, we have set the industry standard for silent discos. We are American owned and operated, bringing over one hundred Silent Events to the nation annually.
There is no question why we are America's first, largest, and most experienced silent disco provider. With the Silent Events crew on site guaranteeing it runs smoothly, you and your guests will be able to fully enjoy the event.
Silent Events wants to help you make your Atlanta University event a night to remember.
Silent Discos are held on college campuses for a variety of reasons, such as: orientations, student group events, fundraisers, and more. These events are perfect for engaging students in a safe and interactive environment. And due to it's silent nature, directors can easily support the event taking place in a large variety of environments.
Our University of Silent Disco motto is "no books, just beats". We have hosted silent concerts on college campuses all across America. Silent Events has already brought the power of our University of Silent Disco to the Atlanta campuses of Emory University and Oglethorpe University. If you've been searching for "silent party at a campus near me", your search stops here. Contact Silent Events and we will gladly help you plan a party to remember.
There's a decent chance that you've heard about a Silent Disco Party before without even realizing it. The party form is known by many names, but they all mean the same thing: it's a headphone party. By itself, a headphone party sounds sort of odd. That's why knowing more information about these parties is crucial to enjoying the atmosphere to its fullest.
Here at Silent Events, we often like to call these parties "silent discos". It's not necessarily like the disco from the 70s, it's more like a silent dance party. Instead of going out to disco, today we often call it "clubbing". Clubs are fun and are often filled with sound from a DJ. A silent party is kind of similar to this, except way more unique.
Everyone at a silent party listens to the DJ through their own set of headphones. This opens up a unique clubbing scene that can be held at almost any event space without worrying about noise complaints or yelling over speakers to talk to their friends. What could you call this clubbing scene? Silent ClubbingSM.
If you're looking to throw a quiet party in the Atlanta, GA area, contact Silent Events today.
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.