First-Ever Quiet Clubbing Festival Heads to Brooklyn This Month

First-Ever Quiet Clubbing Festival Heads to Brooklyn This Month

Quiet Events will host its first ever Quiet Clubbing Festival on Saturday, August 27th at the Coney Art Walls in Brooklyn. The festival, which kicks off at 4pm and will go till midnight, is expected to draw thousands.

Attendees will sport wireless headphones in order to listen to 9 live DJ's including Sanity, DJ NSew, DJ John Lutchman, DJ And2 and more who will battle it out on one massive stage spinning Top 40, EDM, Hip-Hop, R&B, Reggae, as well as throwbacks and mashups. The festival will also include face painting, LED Robots rocking air canons, Fire Twirlers, glow in the dark gear, and LED Hula Dancers. Unique food and beverage options will also be available for purchase.

When attendees arrive they will receive a pair of special wireless headphones where they can adjust the volume and choose between DJ's with a flip of a switch. Each headset has a color LED light that shows what channel is being listened to, and festival goers can dance along with those listening to the same DJ. There's no loud music to talk over, the headphones can easily be taken off to talk to friends, and there's no ringing in guests' ears when they leave.

Ticket prices range from $10-50 and can be purchased by visiting www.quietfestival.com.


A promotional teaser trailer for the Quiet Clubbing Festival can be viewed below!

Quiet Events, with headquarters in NYC and offices in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Austin, and Ottawa, was founded in August 2012 after founder William Petz discovered the "Silent Disco" concept during a Caribbean Cruise. He reinvented the concept and created Quiet Events, NYC's first quiet clubbing company. An inventory of 20,000 special wireless headphones are the cornerstone to his company, delivering new and unique experiences to revelers around the world. What began as a unique experience in clubs and bars, has become a multifaceted company, which hosts quiet movie and comedy nights, plays, karaoke, history tours, and mobile subway parties. Quiet Events also offers party planning services, catering to both public and private companies.