Seattle joins worldwide
MAKE MUSIC DAY
on June 21, 2018
Free! ~ All Ages! ~ Public!
Music Making for Everyone!
Make Music Seattle celebrates its 4th year of locally promoting the worldwide holiday MAKE MUSIC DAY, providing opportunities to participate in and observe free live music performances at all ages public venues across the city on the longest day of the year, June 21.
Make Music Day launched in 1982 in France as the Fête de la Musique, and is now held in 120 countries & 750 cities every Summer Solstice.
Completely different from a typical music festival, Make Music Day is open to anyone who wants to take part. All of it is free and participatory for everyone, all ages and genres, all live performances, at multiple venues and public spaces. Make Music Seattle is a stage that’s open and welcome to everyone.
[ If interested in participating, hosting, or sponsoring please email Seattle@MakeMusicDay.org. ]
MAKE MUSIC SEATTLE 2018 - Planned events to-date.
Westlake Park will have all-ages participatory music-making events all day!
- Mo’ Jam Presents brings their all-improv music jam,
- The Coolout Network. Northwest Hip Hop Culture and Music will host a cypher-circle,
- Keasha Beard will host a lyric-writing workshop “Rhyme & Reason”
+ more time slots available for participatory all-ages activities.
Hard Rock Cafe Seattle is opening their doors for Make Music Day!
The Vocalist Studio in Belltown is offering free Master Vocalist sessions.
Jonny Akamu Music Lessons is holding ukulele, silly songwriting, and guitar classes near Woodland Park.
Verity Credit Union
Seattle artist/musician PA Mathison
Make Music Day is presented by the NAMM Foundation and coordinated by the nonprofit Make Music Alliance. Make Music Seattle, a local non-profit organization, was created in 2015.