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Our Story

In Late 2011 on a cruise to the Bermuda William Petz (our CEO), known as “Will” experienced a “Silent Disco” as one of the late night activities on the ship. This party was much different than the parties Quiet Events hosts today, just two channels and no LED lights. It was silly, it was weird, but he had so much fun that he wanted to do it again with his friends back home.

Upon arriving back to New York, he realized that no one was throwing these types of parties and that’s when Quiet Events Inc. was born.

In 2012 with 350 brand new, 3-channel LED style headphones, the 1st “Quiet Clubbing” party drew out almost 200 people. It however took almost an hour before anyone danced on the dance floor. Fast forward to 2017, Quiet Events Inc. has offices all over North America with over 20,000 headphones. Parties now have lines waiting to get in and dance. Many Friday nights draw out over 2,000 party goers in NYC.

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Watchable “Cholos Try NYC Club Scene” – 8.23.16

August 23rd, 2016|

Cholos Try, viral segment on mitú – Latino-fueled media brand joined Quiet Clubbing for a Subway Tour, and later went to one of the Beer Garden parties, to join on the party with couple thousand people.

“Honestly, Quiet Club is fucking amazing!”

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Fox 7 News – 8.19.16

August 19th, 2016|

FOX 7 News did a segment on Austin hosting the gay softball world series, for the first time ever, and Oilcan Harry’s throwing a block party in a celebration. Quiet Clubbing was a part of this block party. It was a first block party for Quiet Events, but very successful, with more than thousand people in attendance.

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NYC Go – 8.17.16

August 17th, 2016|

Quiet Clubbing Festival

NYC Go, an ultimate source of to-do in New York City, mentioned Quiet Clubbing Festival in their Nighlife section, highlighting that there will be nine DJs spinning on three different channels along with visual entertainment like fire twirlers, LED hula dancers, face painting, LED robots and glow-in-the-dark gear.

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CBC Radio Canada – 7.23.16

July 23rd, 2016|

CBC News Ottawa featured our Kick Off Party in Canada – at the Mooney’s Bay Park, right on the beach. The party was a great start and we are sure the trend will become more popular in the country. “It’s kind of like me in my room,” said 15-year-old Jada Rodgers. “People probably think you’re weird, but people are weird together and it’s really fun.”

 

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