On behalf of Make Music Seattle, a 501(c)3
June 14, 2018. Seattle, WA – Make Music Seattle celebrates its 4th year 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 & 850 cities every Summer Solstice. This year the count is at 4,500 scheduled events in more than 70 U.S. cities.
ALL EVENTS: http://www.makemusicday.org/seattle/events/
If you attend any of the events, please send photos & videos to us and tag #MakeMusicSeattle on social media!
On Thursday June 21st, Make Music Seattle will bring a wide variety of live music to over a dozen locations with several dozen performances and participation opportunities
In downtown Seattle, hours of ongoing all-ages entertainment are planned at Westlake Park, the Waterfront Hot Spot Stage, and Hard Rock Café Seattle.
Westlake Park also offers a Street Studio which invites onlookers to make a minute of music to be included in a mash-up song then shared nationally; and a live broadcast onwww.RainierAvenueRadio.World.
Additional events across greater Seattle include a Music Walk in Greenwood with nearly 20 venues, a children’s sing-a-long of “Give Peace a Chance” in Columbia City, and a parking lot jam at American Music in Fremont that is aiming to break a record.
Ballard, Woodland Park, Shoreline, and Bellevue are hosting music events ranging from performances at schools, libraries, and art galleries; to free guided music lessons; to playing fine pianos in a music hall.
Let’s make some music!
Supported by Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, Shop Amused, Gigs4U, Seattle Wave Radio, Parke Ave.
Thanks to Downtown Seattle Association & Seattle Parks and Recreation, and Friends of Waterfront Seattle.
Original Art by PA Mathison.
Contact: Karen KZ Zammit at firstname.lastname@example.org. 425-591-6977