Make Music
Salem

Photo: Barry Morris

About

Make Music Day Salem is an event for people who love music and the joyous sense of community that music can foster.  It will be held at numerous locations in Salem every June 21 (the summer solstice). The next Make Music Day Salem celebration is set for Friday, June 21, 2019.

Make Music Day Salem is a call to participation: Music by the People, For the People. It is an invitation to all musicians, amateur as well as professional, to sign up to play at one of the available venues and, after practicing up for the big event, to perform on June 21.  And it is an invitation to music-lovers to show up at the venues and enjoy the musical offerings.

Make Music Day Salem is a celebration of music of all genres played by and enjoyed by people of all stripes.  We plan to have music from Alternative to Bluegrass to Classical to Zydeco.  And we hope to have a large turnout from the whole community, celebrating together our shared love of live music. We will be joining over 725 cities around the world to celebrate Make Music Day – so help us make this day unforgettable as we kick off summer with music for all to enjoy!

Make Music Day Salem is an outgrowth of the Fete de la Musique, which originated in France in 1982.  The event began as a call to musicians in Paris to get out in the streets on June 21 and play their music.  It has since spread and has a large footprint, particularly in Europe and parts of Africa, but also in a handful of cities getting started in the U.S.  We think this is a great way to showcase our city and the many talented and amazing people that make Salem special. Last year we had over 170 musicians and bands perform at 35 venues!

Photo: Barry Morris

Participate


It’s easy to get involved!

Click here to access the “match-making” service and follow these instructions:

Performers: create your profile by submitting a photo, description of your act, and any relevant website/social media links. Check out the available venues and bid on one that will fit your needs. The venue will confirm your request, and you’re good to go.

Venues: create a profile by submitting your location information and a description of the space. Peruse the musician profiles to request a performance, or welcome musicians to bid on your space independently. Confirm the connection and make sure your space is ready to go on June 21st!

If you are returning as a performer and/or as a venue you can use your login credentials from the previous year.

Photo by: Jeramy Bray

Deadlines:
May 14th to be included on the poster
June 7th last day for registration

Volunteer

We need your help to Make Music Salem successful, and we are looking for community volunteers of all ages, experiences, and backgrounds (not necessary to be a musician) to help with Salem largest musical celebration. Sign up to Volunteer

We will be adding more information and additional activities as we go. Guaranteed something for everyone!

Sponsors

Thank you to our Sponsors!

Thank you for your interest in supporting Make Music Day Salem!

Make Music Day is a free, one-day event featuring live music performances, opportunities to make music and other musical activities that take place around the world on June 21, the longest day of the year. Musical festivities in Salem are part of the global celebration of music making in over 700 cities inspired by France’s Fête de la Musique.

Make Music Day Salem is a volunteer-based, community nonprofit project started in February 2016 by a handful of volunteers and sponsoring organizations. In just two years we had over 200 bands and artists play at 60 different host venues for more than 325 performances with an estimated audience of over 10,000 attendees during the day into evening celebration. The energy and financial support of the business community, coupled with the talents and interest of the vibrant music and arts community made Make Music Day Salem a success on many levels.

We want to make this year’s event even bigger. To help offset some of the necessary costs, such as city permits, licenses, insurance, software, professional sound experts, event-related rentals, power generators, staging, performance equipment, promotional materials and outreach activities that comes with putting on an event throughout the city such as this, we need your support.

Make Music Day Salem Sponsorship Opportunities

  $1,000 $500 $250 $100
Recognition in press material X      
Logo on downloadable fliers used by
musicians to promote their performance
X      
Logo on Banners & Signage
X      
Logo on poster X X    
Social media shout-out Multiple Multiple X X
Thank you by stage hosts Multiple Multiple X X
Recognition in program/website Logo Logo Logo Text

Corporation sponsorship, not quite the right fit? Show your support as a Friend of Make Music Day Salem for $25. Friends of MMDS get a shoutout on our various social media platforms as well as listed as a friend on our website.

Additional options are available depending on specific situations and levels of monetary sponsorship, such as social media integration, website integration, media advertising, marketing collateral, etc. that would need to be further discussed and developed.

If you are interested in sponsoring Make Music Day Salem, please contact us at:

Make Music Salem

salem@makemusicday.org

We appreciate your help and support bringing Make Music Day to the streets of Salem and spreading the love of music to our community.

Make Music Day Salem is a fiscally sponsored organization through The Salem Foundation. Donations and sponsorships are potentially tax deductible.

2019 Donors, & Supporters

The following individuals and local businesses made contributions and/or gifts-in-kind to support Make Music Day Salem

* Moxie Initiative
* RiverCity Rock Star Academy
* The Moon
* KMUZ
* CCTV
* Ram Steel
* DeSantis Landscapes
* Alex & Ashley Casebeer
* Taproot
* NightOutSalem.com
* The Space
* Huggins Insurance
* The Court Yard
* Roths
* Salem 33
* Venti’s
* Del Taco
* Trader Joes
* Mari Bailey
* Danielle, Karen, & Mark Green

No Me Gusta Photographed by: Ralph Smith

Support

Make Music Salem is free and open to the public and your contributions make it all possible!

For sponsorship inquiries, check out Sponsors or please contact us at salem@makemusicday.org

Make Music Salem is a community-based fiscally sponsored non-profit through the Salem Foundation. Donations to Make Music Salem are tax deductible. You can donate directly to The Salem Foundation in C/O Make Music Day Salem or contact the Salem Foundation at SalemFoundation@PioneerTrustBank.com

We are proud to be a part of the Make Music Alliance! Check out the Make Music Day website for more information.

Make Payments to The Salem Foundation in C/O Make Music Day Salem 

Salem Foundation Tax ID Number:
93-6018523

Volunteer

We need your help to Make Music Salem successful, and we are looking for community volunteers of all ages, experiences, and backgrounds (not necessary to be a musician) to help with Salem largest musical celebration. Sign up to Volunteer

2019 Listings: Friday, June 21st

  

Countdown Festivities

Jewelia Owens and The Pine Hearts at The Dehn Bar March 21st

Come out and support Make Music Salem, Thursday March 21st at 8pm. The performance is free, but we are raising money to support Salem’s largest outdoor music festival, Make Music Day Salem 2019. The Dehn Bar is right in downtown Salem. See you there

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No Shame All Request Set

On Thursday February 21st join us for our next countdown installment at @taprootloungeandcafe ! ?This time DJ 42, @chickenjuggler [105.5FM The Moon], and Taproot Lounge & Cafe team up with the MMD crew for the NO SHAME ALL REQUEST DJ SET! ?? ?A $5 donation to Make Music Salem earns you the right to have any song played live on the air! Especially GUILTY PLEASURES! ⌚5pm til late | Free entry
?Drink specials
? Donate to MMD and hear the amazing fruits of your patronage right away live on 105.5!
You’ll also be supporting our efforts for FRIDAY JUNE 21st! ?

Keep on the lookout for our monthly countdown events on the 21st of each month! ?

All free (donations to Make Music Day during the shows are gladly accepted)!

 

FAQs

WHERE DID THE IDEA OF MAKE MUSIC DAY SALEM COME FROM?

Make Music Day Salem (MMDS) is based on France’s Fête de la Musique, a national musical holiday inaugurated in 1982. The festival has become an international phenomenon celebrated on the same day, June 21st, in more than 800 cities in 120 countries, including Germany, Italy, Switzerland, and Japan. American cities include Salem, New York, Chicago, Denver, Nashville, Boston, and Seattle, among others. To find out more visit the Make Music Alliance 

WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?

Anyone and everyone can participate. Amateurs, students, professionals, and established artists are all welcome. MMDS is open to artists of all ages, all levels of ability, individuals and groups, and all musical categories.

HOW DO I SIGN UP TO PERFORM / HOST A MUSIC PERFORMANCE?

Musicians and host locations can use our ‘Match-Making’ tool on the Participate page to register and make performance arrangements with each other. Sign Up Click Here  DEADLINE IS MONDAY JUNE 10th

WHERE DO THE MUSICIANS PLAY?

A variety of locations are possible for the performances. Some sites are sidewalks, alleys, plazas, schools, courtyards, in front of restaurants or businesses, the Capitol, and parks.

WHO WILL PROVIDE A STAGE / BACKLINE / TUNED GRAND PIANO / ETC., FOR MY PERFORMANCE?

Make Music Day Salem is not a typical music festival. MMDS is about neighborhoods and people getting together in their neighborhoods in a do-it-yourself fashion, putting together their own musical events. Our organizers set up the framework for performances — the rest is up to you! Artists and locations collaborate to produce the events, arrange for electricity, and provide whatever equipment is needed.

Salem is your stage. We won’t be constructing stages (though some local venues may do so — and secure additional permits and funding as needed). Performances generally take place at the same level as the audience.

You have complete artistic control. It’s your performance. If you want to perform with a different guitarist than previously announced, or take an extended 20-minute bass solo, you don’t have to ask our permission! (But let us know if we need to update your concert description.)  And everyone can take part. From professionals to amateurs, from the mainstream to the unfashionably bizarre — if you can find a workable spot for your performance, you can be part of Make Music Day Salem!

HOW DO I SIGN UP TO PERFORM WITH MY FRIENDS? HOW DO I CURATE A SHOW WITH MULTIPLE ARTISTS?

It’s a great idea to partner up with a friend or many friends! So that we have a unique musical description and web address for every performer, each artist should sign up separately. Then have each one match themselves to the same location, at different time slots. If the entire program has a particular theme or title, put that in the location’s description box.

WHAT IF MY BAND SIGNS UP NOW AND HAS TO BACK OUT LATER?

We are counting on you to perform. If you do need to cancel, it is your responsibility to find another performer to take your spot. Please let the location and us know about all program changes ASAP.

WHAT IF I PLAY AN INSTRUMENT, BUT DON’T HAVE MY OWN BAND?

You can always make this your first time performing or you can join one of our ‘Mass Appeal’ events. We are organizing musicians to band together to perform pieces written for a single type of instrument. Each performance works differently, depending on the genre, the instrument, and the location. If you have an idea and would like to organize a Mass Appeal Event please email us!

WILL MUSICIANS BE PAID TO PERFORM AND WILL THE VENUE CHARGE A FEE TO HOST A PERFORMANCE?

Make Music Day was designed to be a free music event, therefore the performers are not compensated. The venue sites must also host performances without a fee to either the performers or the Make Music Day organization. Make Music Day events around the world invite everyone from the community to either perform, host or attend musical performances and celebrate the first day of summer. The design of a free musical event for everyone is the spirit of Make Music Day throughout the 800 plus cities worldwide that participate.

Although performers and host sites are not paid for their musical performances, we help coordinate the overall event and publicize the event city-wide with posters, media stories, social media posts, performance listings with our media partners, an interactive website, and a volunteer street-team.

CAN MMDS PERFORMERS SELL CDS, MERCHANDISE OR ASK FOR DONATIONS?

Musicians are allowed to sell their band or individual musician merchandise and CDs during their Make Music Day performance. Musicians can also promote any future performances.  Performers may discreetly solicit donations during their Make Music Day performance.

WHAT WILL MMDS DO TO HELP PROMOTE MY CONCERT?

We list all performances on the MMDS website (with descriptions and artist websites), on other social media, include in any newspaper articles about MMDS, and for those performers and venues that register by Tuesday, May 14, they will be included on the official MMDS poster distributed to businesses throughout the city.

We also encourage all musicians and host locations to do their own promoting – sending out email blasts, putting notices on websites, including on social media, handing out flyers to customers, inviting all employees, customers, family, and friends, etc. Obviously the more you help promote, the more people will come to see you perform and attend at your host location.

HOW LATE IN THE EVENING CAN MY PERFORMANCE GO?

In most cases, amplified music can be played until 10 p.m. but this will depend on where you are and the permits in place for the event. Acoustic or unamplified music can be played after 10 p.m. There are some venues and events such as our Silent Disco that will continue after 10 p.m. so please consult the schedule.

CAN MY CONCERT BE “INVITATION ONLY”?

No. The MMD event is a free music event for anyone to attend.

CAN I CREATE A MMDS EVENT THAT DOES NOT INCLUDE ANY LIVE MUSIC?

Possibly. If you have a musical performance that does not include anyone performing live music (e.g. a DJ), contact us directly to determine whether your act fits the MMD criteria.

CAN I HAVE MY EVENT INDOORS?

The MMD event is an outdoor celebration, however, due to rain, it may be moved indoors. Any necessary change from outdoor sites due to weather will be determined closer to the event date.

IS THIS AN ANNUAL EVENT?

Yes. MMDS will take place June 21 every year.

WHO PUTS THIS ALL TOGETHER?

Make Music Day Salem is a nonprofit, volunteer-run network. Donations and sponsorship are tax-deductible through our fiscal sponsor, The Salem Foundation. The event is FREE and open to the public. Our gracious sponsors and individual contributions make it all possible. 

HOW CAN I GET INVOLVED AS A VOLUNTEER?

We will need volunteers in making preparations for the event and on the day of the event. If you would like to help us out, please visit our Volunteer Sign Up Page. Make Music Day Salem is already the largest musical event in Salem history and with your help we can make it even better!

HOW CAN I DONATE TO MAKE MUSIC DAY SALEM OR BECOME A SPONSOR FOR THE EVENT?

We’re glad you asked! As we expand and transform into an annual free cultural event, we need your continued support to keep it going. Make Music Day Salem is a nonprofit, volunteer-run network. Donations and sponsorship are tax-deductible through our fiscal sponsor, The Salem Foundation. If your business would like to sponsor please check out our Sponsor page or contact us at salem@makemusicday.org 

Thank you for your interest in Make Music Day Salem.

Press

MAKE MUSIC SALEM 2019

Via Salem33 | By Julie Eaton | June 17, 2019 | Original Article

This Friday, June 21st, 2019, Salem will celebrate its fourth year participating in Make Music Day. It’s been four years for us, but the festival has been around since 1982, when it started in France. The festival was imagined to bring together live music and the masses on the longest day of the year. In fact, it’s in the rules of the festival: It must be outside; it music be on June 21st – the Summer Solstice; and it must be free to spectators. Since it is always on June 21st, the days of the event change. This year, it lands on Friday!

No Me Gusta at Brown’s Towne Lounge

Make Music Day has since grown into a worldwide event. Salem got on board in 2016, facilitated by the efforts of Mark Green, Douglas Hoffman, and Carlee Wright. The first year there were 20 venues and 70 performers. Last year it was up to 25 venues and approximately 110 performers. Registration is closed for this year, but last count was 30 venues and 132 artists culminating in 165 performances all around downtown Salem.

As the festival has grown, so has the all volunteer committee: Mark and Karen Green, (RiverCity Rockstar Academy); Douglas Hoffman, (also RCRA, The Space Concert ClubCity of Pieces), Julie Eaton, (Salem33 -formerly Salem Weekly Music, Marc & the Horsejerks), Kaylee Bonatakis, (RCRA, Center Mass String Quartet, Marc & the HJs), Philip and Steffi Derobertis, (CCTV, Trader Joe’s), Lizzy Brock, (Marc & the HJs, formerly Tied to a Grizzly), and newcomers Megan McClure and Seaton Drebitko. 

The festival is free, but it does take a lot of work and money to rent equipment, promotions, acquiring permits, and the like. Band and venue registration is already closed, but there are a few spots left. If you’d like to fill a last minute slot, contact salem@makemusicday.org and see if they can fit you in.

Ukulele Jam at ABC Music

There are also crowd participation events called, “Mass Appeals.” Most are show up and participate such as bucket drumming, ukulele, harmonica, guitar jam, and silent disco. You might even get to take home a musical souvenir like drum sticks, songbooks, or harmonicas – first come, first served. The showcase Mass Appeal event is called “SouzaPalooza,” led by Kayle Bonatakis. Players coordinate beforehand and come prepared to play a variety of songs by John Philip Souza. There might still be time to jump in – again, contact salem@makemusicday.org.

Make Music Salem quickly catapulted to Salem’s largest outdoor musical festival. It is concentrated mostly downtown and a variety of genres are represented. Bring some chairs and post up at one stage, or roam the downtown core to get a sampling from a variety of stages. Be sure to pack a water bottle, sunscreen, and maybe a blanket and chair. And with Salem’s many eateries downtown, you won’t starve.

Take the day off work! Friday’s forecast 75 degrees. A perfect day to make music.

 

Organizers need you to make some music

Statesman Journal May 15th 

Make Music Day is coming up in June, and Mark Green wrote to Holding Court to drum up a little more interest. (Bah-dum-tsh.)

To familiarize you with Make Music Day, it is a one-day event where free,
live musical performances, opportunities to make music and other musical
events take place around the world on June 21, which is the longest day of the year.

Salem’s Make Music Day organizers are looking for more musicians to get involved. Green said that 113 bands/performers and 32 venues are already on board, and they are looking for more. It’s looking like this year’s edition will eclipse 2017, when 120 performers took part.

Professional or amateur — anyone is invited. The cutoff to sign up is Thursday, June 7. Organizers are also looking for additional volunteers, venue locations, sponsors and donors. 

Want to get involved? Go to www.makemusicday.org/salem and click on “Participate.”

Blog

Cats & Make Music Day!

June 5, 2018

Did we mention cats at Make Music Day Salem? Now that we got your attention can you imagine anything better than hanging out with cats at Salem Friends of Felines and listening to live music on June 21st? Learn more about our 175 free concerts and events coming up. #cats #salemoregon #salemor #salemfriendsoffelines #makemusicday #makemusicdaysalemContinue Reading »

SALEM WE COULD USE YOUR HELP!

May 31, 2018

Make Music Day Salem is rocking with 146 PERFORMERS and 33 VENUES signed up already before our deadline of June 7th! The growth of this event from 70 performers in our first year to 120 last year and now this year we’re on pace for over 150 performers is beyond our wildest dreams! But weContinue Reading »

Performing is fun!

May 31, 2018

performing is fun! There’s still time to SIGN UP for Make Music Day 2018! We would love to see you there ☺️ thank you to @thespaceconcertclub for all that you do for us? #makemusicday #salemoregon #salemmusic

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Photo by: Jen Grover

Contact

Contact Make Music Salem at salem@makemusicday.org

Project organizers:  Kaylee Bonatakis, Elizabeth Brock, Seaton Drebitko, Phillip DeRobertis, Steffi DeRobertis,  Julie Eaton, Vicky Falcón Vázquez, Danielle Green, Karen Green, Mark Green, Brian Hart, Doug Hoffman, Abby King, Megan McClure,  & Hunter Winnen

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