Make Music Las Cruces is a live, free online musical experience on June 21, the longest day of the year, with music on Facebook Live, Instagram and Twitch. Outdoor events subject to state guidelines.
Are you a musician who performs gigs around town?
A student in a local high school marching band? Or are you an amateur looking to improve your craft? Here’s your chance! We want your participating in Las Cruces’ first Make Music Day celebration
In light of current events, we are focusing on virtual performances that we can post on social media and the more the merrier.
If you are interested in participating in this year’s festivities, please see the Contact Us information below and reach out. Know someone who would be PERFECT to perform?
Send us a quick email or a message on Facebook and we’ll thank you for the referral.
Stay tuned for our schedule to go live on June 1st.
How can I watch Make Music Day, Las Cruces?
You can watch MMD, Las Cruces as well as many cities from around the world as amateur and professional musicians perform using live streaming platforms, including Facebook, Instagram, You Tube.
Zoom Meetings will be held for music workshops and lessons presented by local teachers, professionals and artists.
What if I decide at the last minute I want to register and perform?
Go to Registration page above which will be open from June 1 until the day of the festival.
Where can I connect to the festival?
Watch for our Presenters listing on this page, starting June 1.
MAKE MUSIC DAY LAS CRUCES
Make Music Day is celebrated on June 21st Summer Solstice in 26 states in the U.S. and across the globe
– from France, where it began, to South America, Australia, and China. This is a holiday that anyone can celebrate,
is now in over 30 countries worldwide. As a community, we can participate in our love of making music together.
Until this year, the celebration has not been observed in New Mexico.
The Las Cruces Make Music Day organizing team is preparing our inaugural event on June 21st 2020.
Make Music Day is not quite a music festival, because it’s not confined to one location. And it’s not completely “organized,”
since musicians don’t need official permission to perform in public.
As Aaron Friedman, executive director of the Make Music Alliance says, “Make Music Day is kind of like Halloween for music
– a day when regular folks are given permission to get out in the streets and share their love of music.”
Stay tuned to this page and our Facebook page to learn more!