Yeah, it’s spooky. A bunch of people zoned-out and twitching like Night of the Living Dead zombies, only, more or less, to a beat. Kick off next “Halloweekend” with a round of bootie-shaking at a silent disco. And help our planet have less noise pollution! It’s happening on the friendly public square at Segerstrom Center for the Arts. If Henry Segerstrom was alive, he’d be right in there, pogo’ing.
“We’ve been doing them for a while they are very popular!!!” writes the Center’s ebullient Director of Audience Development, Jonathan Vietze, in an email.
Glow-in-the-dark ‘Hello! Hallo’ costumes are encouraged — and so is mask wearing. And since this is America, and we need WAY too much choice, silent DJ’s will power three channel selections for your crazy-person boinging pleasure: Just put on your light-up headphones and get down!
Dance out your worries, guys — give yourselves a treat, not a trick — and be happy!
Silent Disco | Segerstrom Center for the Arts Julianne and George Argyros Plaza | Sat Oct 30