Make Music Wisconsin

Les Paul. Liberace. Skylar Grey. Richard Davis. Bon Iver. Chris Kroeze. Al Jarreau. You.

Make Music Wisconsin offers all native and newcomer residents of the Badger State the opportunity to add a chorus to the rich musical history of Wisconsin. On Sunday, June 21, 2020, Wisconsinites will celebrate the Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year, with song.

We invite artists of all ages and genres, amateur and professional alike, to sign up to perform free concerts on June 21 in public spaces throughout the state. Everyone is welcome, and we mean everyone — even if you’ve never touched an instrument before, our regional organizers will have free music lessons and special hands-on music making opportunities just for you. And if you have a location to offer — a storefront, park, porch, or sidewalk — we invite you to sign up to host musicians on June 21. Just click on your local celebration to get started!

Make Music Wisconsin is presented by Arts Wisconsin, with assistance from the League of Wisconsin Municipalities, Wisconsin Public Radio, and Wisconsin School Music Association. For more information, contact Anne Katz: akatz@artswisconsin.org.

ukulele circle at a park

Appleton

guitar player at a local school

Barron

Burnett/Polk Counties

rock band in park

Fitchburg

guitarist with hat on stage

Green Bay

jazz band near lake

Kenosha

guitar duo in front of a log cabin

Land O’Lakes

drum circle outdoors

Madison

children playing colorful drums outdoors

Marshfield

electric guitar player close up

Milwaukee

guitar trio in a suburban area

Platteville

child playing harmonica

Reedsburg

marching band in uniform

River Falls

rock band on stage outdoors

Sheboygan