Returning in 2021! Make Music Greenwich is a live, free musical celebration on June 21, the longest day of the year, with concerts on streets, sidewalks, and parks across the city.
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Make Music Day Greenwich is taking a break this year. However, we look forward to celebrating the summer solstice and music making with you on June 21tst, 2021.
In 2019, Connecticut made its Make Music Day debut, with musicians and street-performers giving free, inclusive performances at more than 200 locations across the state.
To return on June 21st, 2021
with performances outside 299 Greenwich Avenue and around the corner on Havemeyer Place opposite Starbucks. Come, listen, play, support us and help to make this an outstanding inter-generational annual event. All events are free.
Photo: Greenwich High School Jazz Band at The Greenwich Arts Council, Greenwich, CT.
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Make Music Day Greenwich welcomes the support of local businesses who wish to be a part of this inclusive inter-generational event. For all venue and sponsorship opportunities and enquiries please contact email@example.com
Want to participate in the launch of Make Music Greenwich? Please return to our website in spring 2021. We will have more information at this time.
Make Music Day welcome musicians of all abilities and genres to perform, celebrate and share their love of music! The event is an inter-generational, all-inclusive celebration of music, free and open to all.
Check out the Greenwich Arts Council venues and request one that will fit your needs. There is no fee to participate.
Interested in hosting an event in June 2021? Return to our website in spring 2021 for more details on how to participate.
Make Music Greenwich welcomes suggestions of venues to host musicians. This event utilizes large and small areas outside your offices, stores, cafes and parks. Venues must be located within the Greenwich Avenue district and accessible to the general public without an entry fee.