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What are you waiting for? Just make music!
We invite musicians, rappers and instrumentalists of all kinds to collaborate on making June 21 a musical masterpiece. Singers, church choirs, jazz combos, rock bands, glee clubs, MCs, marching bands, mariachis, and every other kind of musician, of any age group or skill level, are all welcome.

Use our poster generator to promote your event (whether live or virtual), and use the hashtag #MakeMusicDay when you share it. On June 21, pull out your instrument and start playing. Piece of cake!

Or join a participatory project where you can just bring your instrument – or yourself – and join in! Take a free live music lesson, play a song Live From Home, contribute to a Bedroom Studio, sing in the Heart Chant, or join one of this year’s many other featured national projects.

COVID-19 Information

Houston Health Department
Mayor’s Office of Special Events

Who else is taking part?

Over 74 artists, including:

Alex Coba   --  Alex Navarro  --  Andy Roo  --  Angie Goeke   --  Ars Lyrica Houston: Cecilia Duarte and Jesús Pacheco  --  Bayou City Funk  --  Bob Chadwick Trio  --  Brad Boyer   --  Cecilia Duarte & Jesús Pacheco  --  Cecilia Duarte, mezzo-soprano & Jesús Pacheco, percussion  --  Charlie Perez  --  DJ G-Funk  --  Dave Becker Duo   --  David Becker Band  --  David Paul  --  Ed Amash  --  Eddie Akhmetchine Trio  --  Faculty and Students of the High School Keyboard Academy of the Texas Music Festival  --  Flowerpot Music  --  Heather Rayleen   --  Houkulele: Houston's Ukulele Club  --  Houston Brass Quintet  --  Houston School of Irish Music Band  --  Houston Symphony  --  JAWAD  --  Jalen Baker Trio, DACAMERA Young Artist Jazz Ensemble-in-Residence  --  Jared Chapman  --  Jay Harris, Jim Gill, Mark Winters, Mia Suzanne Walker and Dan DeHart   --  Jean Verchere  --  Jim Brown   --  Jim Gill  --  Jurgen George   --  Kaminari Taiko  --  Ken Gaines  --  Kinetic Ensemble  --  Kirby-sur-Seine  --  Kory Quinn   --  MILLER QUEVEDO  --  Mariachi Los Caimanes  --  Mariachi Pumas  --  Marvin Gaspard & Hyeok Kwon  --  Mercury Chamber Orchestra  --  Mike Darnell  --  Monarch Chamber Players  --  Nameless Sound  --  Natalie Price   --  Natasha Pearl   --  Nathan Taylor   --  Octopus Tambourine   --  Outspoken Bean with Russell Guess  --  Pam Grisham  --  Performers  --  RJSH & Duce / The Traveling Waves   --  Randy Parker Hall  --  Ray Wyatt  --  Reginald Adams accompanied by Sound Bath   --  School of Rock West U  --  Selia Qynn  --  Susan Elliott  --  Ted Miller  --  Texas Music Festival Faculty Chamber Music (re)Discovered Composers  --  The Free Rads Marching Band  --  The Jalen Baker Jazz Trio  --  The Suspenders  --  Tom Tranchilla and Buddy Allen Band   --  Tot*Tunes  --  Trey Clark   --  Tyler Wayne Griffith   --  Vanguard Collective  --  Various Performers  --  Viet Wave Music  --  Waltrip High School  --  Wild Rabbit Salad  --  Zumba with Yuli

Over 29 venues, including:

Ars Lyrica Houston  --  Buffalo Bayou Park  --  Central Library - Jesse H. Jones Building   --  Children's Museum Houston  --  City Hall Plaza  --  Crain Garden at Houston Methodist Hospital  --  Discovery Green   --  Esplanade  --  Harmony in the Air, Houston Airports Performing Arts Program  --  Harold's In the Heights  --  Ion  --  Lilly Grove Missionary Baptist Church  --  Lyric Tower  --  METRORail Red Line   --  Make Music on the Lake  --  Mandell Park  --  McGowen METRO Rail Stop  --  Midtown Park  --  Moores School of Music: Dudley Recital Hall  --  Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (MFAH)  --  Neighbors in Action  --  POST Houston  --  Republic Boot Co  --  Rothko Chapel  --  SITE Gallery  --  Smither Park  --  Sweet Paris Crêperie  --  TXRX Labs / East End Maker Hub  --  Texas Music Festival High School Keyboard Academy