How can I participate?
Make Music Cincinnati is a free musical celebration on June 21, the longest day of the year.
Artists and venues for the event are paired through our matchmaking site. It’s fancy. It takes into account all sorts of preferences like available times, music genre, whether your set requires power and so on. This year we have MANY awesome venues to choose from, thanks to our awesome sponsors. Sign up today to check out what venues are available!
Simply Login/Register to create a matchmaking account, and then create an artist/venue profile.
The deadline for sign ups this year is June 18!
If you need help, check out the videos below!
How to create a Matchmaking Account
How to sign up as a Venue
How to sign up as a Performer
On June 21, if you missed the deadline go out on your front porch, pull out your Facebook Live and make some music! You don’t have to be a professional – we are simply celebrating the joy that music brings to our lives.
Use the hashtags so we can find your post!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have trouble logging in.
Make Music Cincinnati is a citywide, street level music making celebration. There is a role for everyone and every organization in this DIY celebration – musicians, social media makers, businesses, restaurants, bars, neighborhood organizations, and non-profits. If you have an idea about how to add to the Make Music Cincinnati merriment, and you have the time and skills to make your vision happen, we want to hear from you. Email us and we’ll hook you into the planning team.
Host a MASS APPEAL audience participation event
Got something share with a crowd? From jam sessions to DJ lessons, samba workshops to a pop-up back-up band. Get in touch at email@example.com.
When we say, Performed by Anyone, Enjoyed by Everyone, we really mean it. And for 2021 we’re putting together a number of special events to draw even greater numbers of musicians and appreciators into the fun. You’ll be able to join in on mass appeal shows designed to bring together dozens — no, hundreds — of artists to perform pre-selected pieces together.
Venues all over town hosted Mass Appeals which offered many chances for audience members participation including breakdancing, a public piano at, jam sessions, sing alongs and kids’ open mic!