The Kieler Woche 2015 hosted the first ever "silent disco" to be held in a ZENDOME.150M. The impressive geodesic dome was built in the Kiel Castle garden, not far from the fjord, offered more than just impressive views of the cruise ships and Scandinavia ferries anchored in the Baltic Sea. The ZENDOME was an eye-catcher itself, too.
The concept of a silent disco allows people to dance together without causing any noise pollution in the environment. The principle is simple. Visitors wear headphones and can choose between two different DJ sets, adjusting the volume so it is at the most comfortable level for them. Both DJs work the whole time simultaneously and offer two different styles. The audience liked the concept so much that many of them sang along to the better-known songs at full volume, meaning the Silent Dome was not so silent after all.
The ZENDOME.150M proved to be a perfect base for a Silent Disco. With its eye-catching appearance, it incited great public response and its modern appearance fit perfectly to the Spielmacher's mobile club concept. Consideration for the environment, the smallest possible ecological footprint at a maximum level of fun and genuine sustainability: All aspects that made the decision for ZENDOME an easy one for the operators of the Silent Disco. Especially in the evening when the ZENDOME almost lit up from the inside out from the light show, the Silent Disco attracted many a lot of curious visitors each day from the shore of the Baltic Sea up to the castle garden. It was a true musical and visual enrichment to the Kieler Woche – even for those who did not dance.