There’s nothing quite like a Birmingham party, and Silent Events® knows the city well. We have hosted plenty of silent disco parties in the Magic City.
We have had the great pleasure of bringing a unique life to the Schaeffer Crawfish Boil as we helped host the Vitamin Water Silent Concert Series. We also have the pleasure of hosting a recurring silent disco at Zydeco , one of Birmingham’s premiere clubs.
Bring our revolutionary University of Silent Disco to your Birmingham college campus. From the University of Alabama at Birmingham and Samford University , to Jefferson State Community College , Silent Events® can bring the silent party to your university.
Silent Events® is the first and largest American owned and operated silent disco headphone producer and provider. We love the city of Birmingham and want to help you host your very own silent party today.
Silent Events is the first and largest American owned and operated silent disco events producer and provider. We love the city of Birmingham and want to help you host your very own silent party today.
Silent Events is more than just a wireless headphone rental company for silent parties. We provide our customers with full-scale event production, including: sound engineers, DJs, distribution specialists, lighting, staging and tenting production.
Silent Events was the very first company to bring the silent disco phenomenon to the United States. For over ten years now we have been providing high quality equipment and event production for America, making us the largest and most experienced silent party company in the nation. We are American owned and operated.
We promise to help you every step of the way during your event production. We won't just send you the headphones and leave it up to you, you should enjoy your party too. That's why we send our trained engineers to your event, so they can install the transmitters and handle any potential issues that may occur with the equipment.
Hosting a party with Silent Events in Birmingham is a great idea. Contact us today to get your party planning started!
Silent Events is perfect for any event, including college students and university parties. We have partnered with colleges all around the United States through our University of Silent Disco to host unique events, like the silent disco.
A silent disco is perfect for any party, including: Welcome Week, Freshman Orientation, Mixers, Back to School, Homecoming Dance, and more. There's no better way to celebrate than with a silent party.
If you're looking for a silent disco near me, Silent Events is here for you. No matter the college campus, we can bring the silent disco scene to your university in Birmingham. From the University of Alabama at Birmingham and Samford University, to Jefferson State Community College, Silent Events knows Birmingham colleges.
Bring the silent disco to your campus today. Contact Silent Events Birmingham to host the university party your students won't forget!
If you're wondering what a silent disco is, it's quite possible you've heard of a silent party without even realizing it. Silent Discos have taken the globe by storm, being seen at popular festivals all around the world, such as: Bonnaroo, the Vans Warped Tour, South by Southwest, and the ESPN X Games.
Everyone wants a taste of their very own silent party and Silent Events is the best at party production. So, what is a silent party?
Everyone gets their own personal set of wireless headphones, then the audio from your event's DJ, band, or other sound is streamed to each headset. Everyone with headphones can hear the sound, but for anyone on the outside it appears like everyone is dancing in complete silence!
If you'd like to host your very own silent party, contact Silent Events Birmingham 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.