Memorial Day Weekend Event Celebrates Veterans with Silent Salute Silent Disco5/8/2017
(Des Moines, Iowa) – The event production company, In Any Event, is announcing an upcoming event that celebrates and benefits veterans. Silent Salute will premiere at the Des Moines Social Club on Friday, May 26. The silent disco will benefit the Disabled American Veterans Charitable Service Trust and also feature two local, veteran DJs.
Silent Salute will be Silent Disco DSM’s largest stand-alone silent disco to date, featuring thirteen unique DJs rotating between three channels all evening. Attendees will have a plethora of music to choose between as they dance on any of the three floors of the Des Moines Social Club, including the rooftop patio.
Featured DJs include: Pri Yon Joni, T.Hack, Johnny RAGE, Mustafa, Mollie Git Down, 2DOP3, Bruuuce, Jaide Knight, Wade Thompson, Frank Baxter, Nicky RAGE, Nxbel Price and The Dude.
“It is an honor to have veteran DJs, Wade Thompson and Nick Murrow, aka “The Dude”, joining the line-up,” said Mindy Toyne, Owner of In Any Event. “We’ve been working closely with the RAGELife Family and are excited to feature such a wide variety of DJs throughout the night. This will feature more than double any number of DJs we have had at any of our previous silent discos.”
Silent Salute tickets are $10 in advance and $15 the week of and gain you entry to the event and a pair of wireless headphones for the entire evening. Each headset is equipped with LED lights that coordinate to the color of the DJ booth playing music, and controls to adjust the volume and switch to all three DJ channels. Tickets are available from tikly.co (https://tikly.co/events/1905).
The event will run from 8:30 pm – 1:00 a.m. and cash bars will be available in the Des Moines Social Club basement and rooftop. This event is produced by In Any Event, the Des Moines Social Club and RAGELife Family.
“The enthusiasm from the community since the Silent Disco technology officially found a home in Des Moines has been overwhelming,” said Toyne. “There have been discussions about other uses for the technology including guided tours, outdoor fitness classes, showcasing multiple sporting events at once and multilingual conferences. We are excited about the various ways in which these three-channel headphones can be used.”