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Headphone Disco Coming to Levels on Thursday

Want to show off your fly dance skills and witness two DJs silently battle it out? You’re in luck — a headphone disco will take the stage at Levels Nightclub tomorrow night, Thursday, Jan. 29.

You may ask yourself, what is a headphone disco? The concept of the silent rave is simple: Levels will provide wireless headphones for participants to listen to live tunes as DJ Kariim and DJ Mick battle it out to be the crowd’s favorite. Throughout the concert, guests will be able to switch their headphones between the two DJs, choosing their preferred music for their personal preference.

The best part: The club itself will be totally silent — all the main speakers will be turned off and the only music will come from the countless headphones. Hard to imagine, right?

Hosted by Penn State’s Student Programming Association, the silent disco will begin at 9 p.m. and last until midnight, providing three full hours of nonstop dancing and jamming. If you’ve never attended a headphone disco, then this is certainly one unique event that you don’t want to miss.

The event is free, alcohol-less, and for those 18 and older. The only thing you need to do is simply show up at Levels tomorrow night with your student ID.

Happy (silent) raving!

Photo: Levels Nighclub

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Jessica Myers

Jess graduated in May 2015, with a Bachelor of Arts with honors in English, and with two minors in Latin and Art History. When she says she's "shippin' up to Boston," she's not just singing the song -- she's actually attending Northeastern University this fall to pursue her master's degree. You can follow her shenanigans at her site, http://www.jessicarmyers.com.

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