TRY IT: 5 reasons why this isn’t your grandma’s disco

Silent Disco.

That might sound like an oxymoron, but Therapy Cafe is going to show you why it isn’t. 

Below, you’ll find five reasons why you should give it a shot. 

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Custom Silent Disco headphones. Photo / Stephanie Coates

1.) A concept that started in bigger cities and has been a traveling hit at large music festivals like Bonnaroo, Silent Disco can be found monthly at Therapy Cafe at 452 E 3rd St. and is best be described as a party for one, in a room of hundreds.

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2.) It’s like a musical choose-your-own-adventure with three local DJ’s. Each spinning a different genre. All you have to do is set your headphones and dance!


DJ KimL spinning EDM. Photo / Stephanie Coates

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3.) The color-coordinating, specialized headphones light up according to the station selected, giving each member of the crowd a completely unique experience and creating a sea of color in the club. 

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4.) Dayton is known for having great support of our local music scene, and here is another opportunity. This event showcases three DJ’s: John Chapel, KimL and SEXBOX, each with their own style and sound. You can switch from EDM to classic hip-hop and then over to current hits.  

5.) A dream for introverts and extroverts alike. You can find your place in the crowd based on like-minded listeners, or get down solo. Silent Disco is a party for everyone! 

Want to go?

WHAT: Silent Disco

WHEN: Doors at 9 p.m. Friday December 29

WHERE: Therapy Cafe, 452 E. Third St., Dayton

COST: $5 cover at the door, and your ID is required (it secures your headphones)


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