After a sell-out first event in December, Silent Discos return to The View from The Shard, the visitor attraction at the top of Western Europe’s tallest building.
Silent Discos taking place on March 11th and18th and April 1st are already sold out, but tickets for events on March 5th, 10th, 17th and 19th have been added by popular demand.
Three DJs will set up their decks in the viewing gallery on Level 69 to entertain guests with a varied musical mix including pop, RnB, dance, hip hop, and dub step as they enjoy 360 degree views of London from 800ft/244m above ground.
Guests can switch between DJs and choose their own personal soundtrack while they dance the night away against a spectacular backdrop of the city skyline.
The event also includes the opportunity to venture to the highest accessible point of the building and explore the open-air viewing gallery on Level 72.
A fully stocked bar will be available on the night.
Tickets are priced at £35 and available to buy exclusively through Time Out.
The View from The Shard
The View from The Shard is the premium attraction at the top of The Shard, London’s newest landmark.
The View from the Shard is the highest vantage point from any building in Western Europe and the only place where it is possible to see all of London all at once.
The Shard and London Bridge Quarter
The Shard is the iconic new building at the heart of the London Bridge Quarter - the £2bn regeneration project being developed by Sellar Property in association with LBQ.
The Shard is a vertical town comprising offices, restaurants, the five star Shangri-La Hotel, residences, retail and the View From The Shard visitor attraction.
London Bridge Quarter is a catalyst for a wider regeneration of the area In addition to delivering top quality offices in The Shard and The Place, together with restaurants, bars, and a hotel and the development is attracting tourists to a diverse and culturally rich neighbourhood.
LBQ is also facilitating a dramatic improvement in the transport infrastructure with major investment in London Bridge Station and a completed new bus station.