Let’s Have the Party of the Century

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If you haven’t heard about the latest in experiential events, then you haven’t yet lived. Coachella, Glastonbury, Bonaroo and every large-scale festival around the world hosts a silent disco. In a recent article, the NY Times, called the experience, “…clubbing for people who don’t want to be subjected to the will of one D.J. for the entire evening….”

Now, imagine you’re partying with all of your close friends; the music is thrumming through your veins as three DJs battle it out to see who can give your guests the best experience. The food is catered to give everyone in attendance a little taste of everything, the bar is setup and the scene is set. Your party has instantly become the epic event that everyone talks about for years to come and the best part is, if you’re not in the room you don’t hear a thing. That means no more ringing ears or sore throats from screaming any more.

The best part? You can Silent Disco the night away wherever you want because Keystone comes to you. Don’t miss out on the best event in town, contact us and book your Silent Event today.

Silent Disco a Glastonbury History

Silent disco seems like a new wave of dance partying but it actually began in the 1990’s in Europe, as a way for Glastonbury festivalgoer’s to enjoy some after-curfew music. There were other silent dance parties that debuted in the early 2000’s but it wasn’t until the 2002 hugely successful Bonnaroo Music festival, here in the U.S, that the term was actually coined.

Even though thousands of people flocked to the silent dance floor at Bonnaroo it took a while for it to gain popularity. The silent dance was used mostly as a way for attendees to enjoy concerts and large scale events, while still being able to abide by sound ordinances. But over time it evolved into other forms like, silent theater, silent street shows, silent bowling, until its popularity skyrocketed about a six years ago. In fact, in 2011 the term Silent Disco had gained so much popularity that the Oxford Dictionary added the phrase to their website.

Although extremely popular for large events, most people don’t have as much access to it for more intimate functions and that’s where Keystone Silent Events comes in. Weddings, kids parties, graduation celebrations, corporate functions are all able to host a silent party of their own and we’re excited to get your party started!

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