Are you looking to throw a silent disco event in the Big Apple? Then look no further than Silent Events.
We’re the leader in silent event production in New York City and America’s #1 silent disco company and silent party headphone provider.
We’ve provided wireless headphones for the premiere party for USA Network’s Necessary Roughness in Times Square. We returned to Times Square in October 2014 to provide wireless headphones when Japanese artist Ryoji Ikeda’s film test pattern turned into a special public/private “silent concert” in the middle of Manhattan. We powered the silent disco during British Airways’ Big British Invite event and launch party, as the airline company hit NYC with some of the best that the British have to offer in food, music, and culture. The University of Silent Disco has produced multiple silent discos across college campuses in New York City, including NYU and the College of Mount Saint Vincent.
What about a silent disco on the Gawker Media rooftop? Or a silent disco on the Rocks Off Boat Cruise? Or a silent disco benefit at the Cherry Lane Theatre? Or a wireless bilingual event outside MetLife Stadium at the Mexican National Soccer Team played a match? Or a silent disco inside the New York Public Library? Yep, we’ve been the power behind the silence at each of those events, too.
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 Disco event producer Silent Events® is more than just a wireless headphone rental company. Silent Events will provide you with full-scale event production. From sound engineers, DJs, and distribution specialists to lighting, staging and tenting, Silent Events delivers it all!
American owned and operated, Silent Events is the company that first brought the silent disco experience to the United States. Silent Events has been setting the standard for silent discos in America for over ten years. With over one hundred Silent Events 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 event the best it can be. Sometimes sending a box of headphones and wishing you good luck is just not enough.
Silent Events is no stranger to hosting silent parties on university campuses. Our University of Silent Disco has partnered with colleges all over the United States.
Silent Events is the first and largest American owned and operated Silent Disco Services provider. There’s no question as to why we are the number one choice for events across the nation.
A silent party is the perfect way to celebrate any occasion, including: college orientation, freshman welcome week, student events and organizations, recruitment, and more. Students will be able to enjoy a night of fun in a safe environment.
If you’d like to host a silent disco party on your university campus, contact Silent Events today.
Silent Events knows how to throw the perfect Silent Disco Party, from start to finish. We provide all of the silent disco equipment, from glowing wireless headphones to lighting production.
You might have even heard of a silent disco before, without even knowing it! Some other titles it’s known by include, "silent rave", "silent party", and "silent DJ party". You’ve most likely even seen Silent Events in the news or at your favorite festival. So, what is a silent disco?
The way it works is simply amazing- the music you choose for your event, whether it be a live DJ or band, is streamed directly to every single attendee's own personal set of headphones. This makes the party appear like a silent dance party to an outsider.
Interested? Host your own silent party! Contact Silent Events to get started 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.