Make Music Day Danbury 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.
Questions? Email John! John@johnfaziojr.com
What is Make Music Day Danbury?
Make Music Day Danbury is a part of the international Make Music Day movement which brings free, community-wide, outdoor musical celebrations to hundreds of cities worldwide! Every year, the celebration is held on June 21st, the summer solstice, in more than 1000 communities around the world.
Make Music Day Danbury will feature musicians of all abilities and music from any genre. Sidewalks, parks, front porches, and public spaces throughout the city will become stages for local musicians to perform and for all to enjoy. Everyone is invited to participate in this international day of music by performing, providing an outdoor space, appreciating, or volunteering.
It’s all for the love of music!
Make Music Day Danbury is brought to you by the Danbury Music Centre as part of our mission to sponsor musical organizations in Greater Danbury. Encouraging both instrumental and vocal, in which persons of a wide variety of musical backgrounds can study and perform classical and modern compositions to improve their musical ability and to share the joy of music with the people of the greater Danbury area.
Make Music Day is also brought to you by the Danbury Chamber of Commerce and CityCenter Danbury and Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut.
2023 Listings: Wednesday, June 21st
2023 Lineup is HERE!
- 11am-11:45am Purvis (Rock, Blues, Country)
- 12pm-12:45pm Kiara Kalts (Singer/Songwriter, Indie-Folk)
- 1pm-1:45pm Nancy Wildman (Folk, Country, Religious)
- 2pm-2:45pm Teddy Goldstein (Blues)
- 1pm-1:45pm Bourbon & Britches (Rock, Singer/Songwriter)
- 2pm-2:45pm Ken and The Plastics (Pop, Electronic, Cabaret)
- 4pm-4:45pm Dj Revuleo (Dj Mixing All Genres)
- 5pm-5:45pm Liz Azud (Blues)
- 2-2:45pm Wilson Fabian
- 2pm-2:45pm Mad Hatters Chorus (Acappella/Barbershop, Musical Theater, Standards)
- 3pm-3:45pm Sam Furniss (Jazz, Blues)
- 4pm-4:45pm Anthony Rende (Jazz, Blues)
- 5pm-5:45pm The Forest Room (Electronic, Indie Rock, Experimental)
- 12pm-12:45pm Clean Peace (Folk)
- 1pm-1:45pm Gabbie Gannon (Pop, Punk)
- 3pm-3:45pm Jessi Rose (Pop, Singer/Songwriter, Rock)
- 4pm-4:45pm Tuned in (Folk, Singer/Songwriter, Rock)
- 5pm- 5:45pm Ziggy and Friends (Country, Folk, Americana/Bluegrass)
- 12pm-12:45pm Hello Wolf (Indie-Rock)
- 1pm-1:45pm George Mallas (Pop, Singer/Songwriter)
- 2pm-2:45pm Purvis (Rock, Blues, Country)
- 3pm-3:45pm Jennifer Cintron (Singer/Songwriter, Rock)
- 4pm-4:45pm Bob Stanhope (Singer/Songwriter, Blues)
- 5pm-5:45pm Good Medicine RX (Pop, Rock, Folk)
- 1pm-1:45pm Tuned in (Folk, Singer/Singwriter, Rock)
- 2pm-2:45pm True Religion (Blues)
- 3pm-3:45pm Rich O’Hanley (Country, Singer/Songwriter, Americana/Bluegrass)
- 4pm-4:45pm J. Caruso (Singer/Songwriter)
- 5pm-545pm Daniel Madeson (Pop, Country, Singer/Songwriter)
- 6pm-9pm All Ages Open Mic
- 7pm-8:30pm Free Group Guitar Lesson RSVP www.guitarcenter.com/Lessons-Open-House.gc
- 1pm-1:45pm Carillon Music
Questions, comments or concerns email John@johnfaziojr.com
How to Make Music on June 21st
So that everyone else on the planet can find you and your music,
you need to register.
Once there are musicians and venues you can reach-out to each other and make a match.
If, as a musician, you have your own location your registration as a musician is all you need to do.
Then on June 21st Play!
Make Music Danbury returns on June 21, 2023!
It is just about you making music
Frequently Asked Questions
Feel free to send more john @ johnfaziojr.com
Why a Wednesday?
Make Music Day is a global event on June 21st of every year, this year it’s a Wednesday! As it gets bigger and bigger Thurs, Fri and Saturdays will definitely be awesome!
Do you get paid?
No, although you can feel free to request tips from the audience Make Music Day is a free event for everyone. It’s a chance to celebrate music as a whole and show the city what talent is out there.
What will the locations provide for music makers?
Those with power will essentially have an extension cord but besides that it’s pretty open. Locations can have as much or as little engagement as they want although their participation is highly encouraged.
What if it rains?
That would be a shame. Most likely we’d have to cancel most of the day but may be able to salvage a few locations.
Who can get involved?
Literally anyone. If you ever wanted to perform in public now is your chance.