Definition of silent disco in English:

silent disco

Line breaks: si¦lent disco

noun

informal , chiefly British
An event at which people dance to music that is transmitted through wireless headphones rather than played over a speaker system: the organizers chose to have a silent disco because it eliminates noise complaints
More example sentences
  • In desperation, the designer borrowed an idea from silent discos, in which clubbers sway to their own iPods.
  • Silent discos have featured at the Glastonbury festival.
  • A silent disco will be held at the Royal Courts of Justice in central London on September 10, hosted by Fun Lovin' Criminals.

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