Silent Events is no stranger to Memphis, TN. We called it home for many years and have powered a large number of silent discos for Bluff City. We’ve quieted hometown festivals like Cooper-Young Festival, Brookhaven Bash, Bristerfest, M.E.M. Fest, and Memphis in May after parties hosted by Red Bull.
Silent Discos are a great way to entertain everyone, which is why we’ve helped host benefits for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and Libration for the Memphis Public Library & Information Center.
Although Memphis is no longer the location of our main headquarters, we still consider it our second home. We love the city and want to give it our best. If you’d like to host a silent disco in Memphis, give Silent Events a call and we’ll gladly be there.
Silent Events will provide you with full-scale event production at your location. From sound engineers, DJs, and distribution specialists to lighting, staging and tenting, Silent Events delivers it all!
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Silent Events is America's first, largest, and most experienced silent disco provider. We strive to go above and beyond for every single event we host. We won't just send you wireless headphones, we will provide every level of production so your event runs smoothly from start to finish.
Silent Events delivers it all: sound engineers, DJs, distribution specialists, lighting, staging, and tenting. American owned and operated, Silent Events was the first silent disco company in the United States. We have over ten years of experience and produce over one hundred silent discos annually.
No matter the scene, Silent Events is always prepared to help you and your guests enjoy the party to the fullest. We've hosted large scale events at: Bonnaroo , ESPN X Games , Vans Warped Tour , Bamboozle, SXSW , and more. If you'd like to throw the party of the year in Memphis, Silent Events is the premier choice.
Silent Events wants to bring our University of Silent Disco to your local college campus. We've hosted a wide range of campus events all across America, making us the largest and most experienced silent disco company in the nation. Our motto is "no books, just beats" as we set out to throw the biggest parties your university will ever see.
We've already hosted numerous events at the University of Memphis and Rhodes College . Silent Discos are a great way to engage campus residents and perfect for events, like orientation parties, student group events, fundraiser events, and more.
No matter the cause, your students will be glad you chose Silent Events. If you've been searching for "silent discos near me", look no longer. Contact Silent Events today to book your party.
If you're new to the concept of a "silent disco", it can be a little confusing to understand what's going on. You might've even heard about a silent disco before without even knowing it. It's very similar to your average clubbing experience, except this time it's silent clubbing SM.
That probably sounds a bit strange, but there's a pretty unique twist. Instead of outside speakers blasting the DJ's mix, silent clubbing broadcasts the DJ's tunes into everyone's own personal headset. It's sort of like a headphone party. The headsets are all synchronized to hear the music at the same time, so on the outside it looks like a silent dance party.
If you're looking to throw a quiet party, Silent Events is the perfect choice. We have over ten years of experience and are always ready to help you headphone disco.
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.