Partygoers don neon attire and headphones, then tune into stations with DJs spinning everything from Latin and Carribean hits to trap music
About This Deal
- General admission for one or two
- Raffle for (2) 30” TV’s and other prizes open to guests who bring a nonperishable food item to be donated to local charity Hour Children
- Age restriction: must be 21 or older
- Guests must have a valid ID and credit or debit card for the check-in process. If the provided headphones are not returned, there will be a $100 charge to the credit or debit card after the event.
- Dress Code: casual
Silent Disco Party
- The concept: It’s a glow-in-the-dark dance party…with no speakers or amps. Instead, attendees don wireless headphones and turn them to various stations, then boogie on the dance floor amidst other revelers dancing to whatever’s in their headphones.
- The music: Live DJs play Top 40 hits on the Green Channel; throwbacks from the ’80s, ’90s, and 2000s on the Red Channel; hip-hop and R&B on the Blue Channel.
- The social atmosphere: Party-goers can turn down the volume of their headphones or take them off whenever they want to chat with others. Since there’s no blaring speakers, it’s way easier to have conversations and meet new people.
Need To Know
About Quiet Events
At Quiet Events’ quiet clubbing parties, partiers gyrate, dance, talk, and party … in utter silence. When the party begins, each visitor gets a pair of high-quality wireless headphones that allows them to control and tune into one of three DJs spinning tracks, indicated by a blue, red, or green LED light which lets revelers know which DJ fellow club-goers are listening and dancing to. Onlookers without headphones, however, will hear nothing but the partiers' cheers and feet hitting the pavement. Sometimes, through the wireless headphones, party hosts will teach, organize, and direct partiers dance moves or ways to interact with onlookers. They then match up with other revelers and party the night away, while all remains quiet on the outside. The silent nature of the parties allows them to be thrown anywhere, from parks and street corners to museums, backyards, or a hip-hop mogul’s private nap room.