3 Reasons to Go Silent Disco
After many years of doing business, we have seen numerous use cases for silent disco: adding a second area to your party, bringing the noise without bringing the pain of noise ordinance tickets, and having a dance party where amplified sound is not allowed are but a few of them.
Even when you can have amplified sound, there are still good reasons to rent a silent disco rig for your next event.
Most silent disco partygoers cite the variety of music/audio channels as their favorite part of a silent disco event. If you don’t like the music on one channel, you can change it with the flick of a switch. The variety factor also comes into play at events with amplified sound; if attendees don’t like the music on one channel, they can grab a pair of headphones and enjoy something completely different even if they’re still by the sound system with their friends.
2. Eye Candy
While this reason is not immediately obvious when one thinks of silent disco, hundreds of people wearing silent disco headphones adds a lot great lighting atmosphere in a unique way. Most silent disco headphones have LED lights on the side of them which either blink or show the color that people are on. When you have hundreds of people in the same place enjoying silent disco, you have a beautiful sea of lights throughout your event.
Remember the last time you had a conversation at a live show? More likely than not, you were yelling into your friend’s ear and hearing half of what he/she had to say. With a silent disco event, you just take off your headphones and have a nice conversation with the music in the background around your ears.
Regardless of the reason, silent disco is a unique experience that you should try at least once in your life. When you do, be sure to take off your headphones and marvel at everyone around you dancing to different rhythms in silence. It’s always a trip for us, no matter how many events we do.
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1. Bleep Bloop Playing on the SF Bart Train January 2013. Photo by Ryan Hammer
2. Street Ritual Bart Takeover 2014. Photo by Kenny Hoff
3. 20Mission Too Big Party 2015. Photo by Kara Cooper
4. Street Ritual Bart Takeover 2014. Photo by Kenny Hoff