CBS New York – 11.06.2015

By |2020-07-02T21:23:21-04:00November 6th, 2015|2015, Press|

New York Post – “5 Unique Nightlife Spots In New York City.”

Do you love to dance but hate going to loud clubs to hit the dance floor? Now you don’t have to worry about losing your voice at the end of the night because Quiet Clubbing is hitting New York City. Get your ticket to try out this headphone party that lets hundreds of people dance and sing along to their favorite tracks without disturbing the people around them…

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Secret NYC – 10.30.2015

By |2020-07-02T21:30:26-04:00October 30th, 2015|2015, Press|

Secret NYC – “Trick Or Treat! The Best NYC Halloween Parties”

You had us at clubbing in Times Square. Quiet Events lets you choose your DJ by playing the tunes through personal headsets. This party puts you in the heart of New York on one of the best nights of the year, enjoying $5-$7 drink specials, and competing for the prizes in the costume contests. What’s not to love?

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New York Times – 8.09.2015

By |2020-07-02T21:49:21-04:00August 9th, 2015|2015, Press|

‘Rocky Horror’ at Lincoln Center, With Headphones

2,800 people gather at Damrosch Park to watch “Rocky Horror Picture Show” midnight performance with headphones on.  Channel 1 is the movie, Channel 2 is the Play and Channel 3 is both.  Powered by Quiet Events headphones, the event had everyone in awe by not only the site of glowing headphones, but the amazingly animated cast.

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Martha Stewart Weddings – 02.18.2015

By |2020-07-02T21:31:28-04:00February 18th, 2015|2015, Press|

Martha Stewart- Weddings

Party Like It’s 2015 by Throwing a Silent Disco at Your Wedding.
Martha Stewart Weddings did a great write-up on us, showcasing how great the inclusion of silent clubbing can be for a wedding. Check out the full article and remember to keep us in mind for future weddings 🙂
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Spoiled NYC – 02.09.2015

By |2020-07-02T21:55:39-04:00February 9th, 2015|2015, Press|

The Phenomenon Is Real: Quiet Clubbing Has Officially Become a Thing in NYC

In New York City, thousands of people head out to quiet events each week, put on their headphones, and just dance.

The majority of these atypical parties feature two or three DJs playing different music simultaneously throughout the night, each assigned their own transmission frequency and a color that lights up on each set of headphones so people can keep track of who’s listening to which station.

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