Silent Disco Party Provider
New Orleans, Louisiana
New Orleans, Louisiana
By Silent Events®, America’s Original Silent Disco Party Headphone Rental Company
Book Your College Party, Church Event, Or Silent Disco, New Orleans, Louisiana!
New Orleans knows how to celebrate. The entire world is drawn to the Crescent City. From Mardi Gras, to its rich culture and history, there’s no question as to why it’s the chosen location for plenty of parties. And there’s no question that Silent Events knows how to host the perfect party in The Big Easy.
Silent Events is the premier silent disco company. We’d love to help you host the best silent disco party in all of New Orleans, LA. Please contact us today to get the planning started.
Louisiana in the News
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- 3 Unique New Orleans, LA Clubs to Host a Private Party At
- 3 Venues to Throw the Perfect New Orleans, LA College University Orientation Party
- University of Silent Disco 2013 Spring Tour announced
- VIDEO: LSU SAB Silent Disco
- Students pack Parade Ground tent for silent disco party
New Orleans, Louisiana Events
- Essence Festival - Jul 01 - Jul 03
- Dragon's Den - Jul 04
- Tulane University - Oct 16
- Tulane University - Aug 21
- Tulane University - Sep 19
- Private Event - Jun 05
- Loyola University - Aug 20
- Tulane University - Sep 04
- Tulane University - Sep 01
- Loyola University - Jan 20
- Tulane University - Apr 29
- Dillard University - Aug 15
- University of Silent Disco Event - Aug 19
- Xavier University of Louisiana - Aug 24
- Tulane University - Aug 31
- Dillard University - Nov 09
- Private Event - Dec 22
- Xavier University of Louisiana - Feb 27
- Private Event - Apr 21
- Private Event - Jul 07
- Loyola University - Aug 18
- Dillard University - Aug 23
- Tulane University - Aug 31
- Private Event - Sep 01
- Private Event - Oct 20 - Oct 26
- Private Event - Feb 17
- University of Silent Disco Event - Mar 29
- Loyola University - Apr 24
- Tulane University - Aug 30
- Private Event - Nov 10
Silent Events, Inc. is America’s original silent disco party company, that has been in business for over a decade. In addition to being the first company to introduce the concept of a silent disco party to the United States, we now produce over 700 shows annually. Our team of certified sound engineers, headphone distribution specialists and DJs, along with our customized lighting packages and specialized transmitting systems, will provide you and your guests with a unique and memorable experience.
Silent Events® is a full-scale wireless headphones rental and production company. Whether it be for a large conference, silent church party, campus student activity or a small silent party at your home, we will provide you with all the wireless headphone equipment you will need. We are proud of our hands-on approach and aim to have every client’s needs met and exceeded. With a tried and true record, there's no question as to why Silent Events is the largest and most experienced silent disco provider in New Orleans, Louisiana and in the country.
Silent Events® founded the University of Silent Disco and has been to hundreds of college campuses across the country! If you're looking to host a special student activity program on your campus that students will love, look no further, you have found the answer! Hosting a silent party on your campus is easy, as the staff at Silent Events has years of experience working with students, advisors and administrators alike.
A silent disco party is the perfect way to celebrate student life, while being on campus in a fun and safe environment. Having multiple music options means that more students will feel included, all while engaging with one another by dancing and singing. Wireless headphone parties are perfect for university activities such as: residence hall mixers, Homecoming dances, fundraisers, Welcome Week orientation parties, study breaks, student organization recruitment, and much more.
We love bringing this fun experience to New Orleans students every semester. No matter your school location or size, we are excited to help you put on an activity that everyone on campus will be buzzing about.
If you're not exactly sure what a “silent disco” is, you might be familiar with the concept by a different name. Often referred to as: silent party, headphone disco, wireless headphone party, silent rave, silent church eventsTM, and silent clubbing. As America's first, largest, and most experienced silent disco production company, Silent Events understands each of these, and more.
At these activities, every individual is given a pair of our DiscglowTM multi-channel wireless headphones that receive the music. Our wireless headphones allow you to go between the different types of music and adjust the volume with the flip of a switch. In addition, there are many other ways to quiet your events by using our wireless headphone technology that do not include music. Our Silent Solutions SM offer audio assistance when dealing with conference breakouts, multi-lingual activities, film screenings, instructional presentations, album release tours, tradeshow booths and fitness classes like Silent YogaTM. If you have an issue with a noise ordinance or a venue with challenging acoustics, contact us today to find out how we can make sure your attendees are hearing every word!
If you have a need for a Silent Disco, Silent Party, Headphone Disco, Silent Rave, Silent Church Event, Silent Clubbing in New Orleans, Louisiana or just need to quiet your event with Silent Disco Party LED Headphones, contact us today to learn how to set up the rental of Silent Disco headphones and Silent Party equipment.
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Really Quiet Concerts
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.
Dance party craze presses ‘mute’ on speakers
“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.”
Bonnaroo 2012 Review
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.