Bars, hotels and event spaces are getting more and more questions from event planners these days about what its venue can handle technically. And it’s not just the question, “do you have good Wi-Fi.” Using innovative ways to engage attendees is a priority for many event planners today, and venues have started to shift their focus from the priorities of catering and seating to making sure the space can handle the most unique and forward thinking technical or digital user experiences.While a silent disco party has a pretty simple tech set-up, it’s good to know what spaces can handle technically advanced setups. Who knows, you might want to bring in a crazy hologram experience (think Tupac at 2012 Coachella!) to complement your silent disco event. If you do, please invite us…and give us credit for the idea.CHICAGO: SAVAGE SMYTH OR VENUE ONE NORTH SHORE As the Savage Smyth puts it, they offer a “space to fuel your passion. To push boundaries. This is a place pulsing with a disruptive spirit that inspires innovation, and allows you to craft your own experience.” It’s like the space is talking directly to inventive event planners. Check out the indoor and outdoor space. It’s an event planner’s dream. Chicago’s mother load of event spaces, Venue One North Shore, doesn’t disappoint with an 85,000 square-foot layout and a blank canvas to do whatever your heart desires within. Think big with this one. It fits up to 1,500 people.LAS VEGAS: SKY BEACH CLUB OR MINUS5 ICE BAR Located directly on the Strip at the Tropicana Las Vegas, you might think you’re in the middle of Miami at this South-Beach inspired day club. Take over any of the 18 V.I.P. cabanas, two pools or two bars to hold your next silent disco.Take a break from the Vegas heat and but still work up a sweat dancing in the frozen ice lounge Minus5 Ice Bar at Mandalay Place. In Vegas, most people hold huge events, but this space offers intimate rooms that hold up to 80 people – that’s rare to find in Sin City.LOS ANGELES: OUE SKYSPACE L.A. OR HIGHLAND PARK BOWL Overlook beautiful Los Angeles from the 70th floor of the U.S. Bank Tower with 360-degree views of the downtown area at OUE Skyspace. You can’t quite beat the feeling of floating over a city while dancing amongst your friends.Buy out the entire space or hold a smaller event in the historically rich Highland Park Bowl. The space maintains its Prohibition-era feel with the original Spanish revival aesthetic from 1927.