Disco Duck

Attendees can’t network because the music is too loud? No problem, help them avoid the music

Striking a balance between networking and partying is one of the biggest challenges associated with planning a successful evening reception. On the one hand you want to give attendees the opportunity to have meaningful conversations and make important connections. But you also want to keep the dance floor hopping so everyone can have a good time. Be You Disco offers a way for groups to have the best of both worlds — it’s called Silent Disco. 

What is Silent Disco? A silent disco an event where people dance to music listened to on wireless headphones. Rather than using a speaker system, music is broadcast via a radio transmitter with the signal being picked up by wireless headphone receivers worn by the participants.

Here are some of the benefits of our Silent Disco events:

Easy Conversation: No more shouting over blaring music or straining to hear each other. You can engage in meaningful conversations without losing your voice.

Seamless Transitions: Whether you’re in the mood for networking or want to let loose, switching between the two has never been easier. Just slip on your headphones and dance away or take them off for a friendly chat.

Cost-Effective: With Silent Disco, you don’t need multiple spaces or setups for networking and entertainment. It’s a great value proposition, saving you time, effort, and money.

Check out this video to see what it looks like in action. 

Any thoughts, opinions, or news? Please share them with me at vince@meetingsevents.com.

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