Make Music Day Kenosha 2022 Block Party and More
Free outdoor, music-making events planned as part of annual global celebration
Make Music Day Kenosha returns June 21, 2022
Free, family-friendly, outdoor music-making event a part of the annual global celebration
KENOSHA ⸺ The annual Make Music Day Kenosha unites a wonderful community of people, performers, and musicians for an all-day, outdoor, musical celebration on June 21, 2022.
Make Music Day Kenosha is a part of Make Music Day ⸺ a global music celebration that takes place on the summer solstice. The event brings people of all ages and skill levels together to make music for a whole day.
Make Music Day began in France in 1982 as the Fête de la Musique, and has spread to over 1,000 cities across 120 countries. Completely different from a typical musical festival, Make Music Day concerts are performed by anyone who takes part and enjoyed by everyone who attends.
From classical to folk, hip-hop to opera, Latin jazz to punk rock, live music of all kinds resounds throughout the streets, sidewalks, porches, plazas, parks, gardens, storefronts and other public spaces on the longest day of the year.
Kenosha is proud to be one of over 80 US cities that will host thousands of Make Music Day performances across the country as a part of the world’s largest annual music festival.
Make Music Day Kenosha invites everyone to make June 21 a musical masterpiece by participating in our annual Block Party. The Block Party will take place on 57th Street between 6th Avenue and 7th Avenue in beautiful downtown Kenosha, WI.
Singers, songwriters, choirs, jazz combos, rock bands, glee clubs, emcees, marching bands, mariachis, and every other kind of musician of any age or skill level are all welcome.
All interested performers can take part by signing up at http://www.makemusicday.org/kenosha/.
Registration is free and opens on May 1, 2022. And will close on June 1, 2022.
Likewise, businesses, venues, schools, churches, and any other organization or institution are invited to participate by offering their outdoor space or stage as music-making locations, or by sponsoring an event during the Block Party.
A full schedule of events will be posted at http://www.makemusicday.org/kenosha
About Make Music Kenosha
Endorsed by the City of Kenosha Commission on the Arts, and sponsored in part by the Kenosha Community Foundation
Make Music Kenosha 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
About the City of Kenosha Commission on the Arts
The Arts Commission was created to support economic development of creative and expressive endeavors by developing collaborative relationship between artists, musicians, businesses, government and other arts organizations. In making appointments, the Mayor strives to appoint four members from the academic field and two members from the business field. The Mayor shall appoint the remainder of the Commissioners from the public at large, who have a demonstrable interest in the fine arts.
About the Kenosha Community Foundation
The mission of the Kenosha Community Foundation is Helping people to enhance the present and insure the future of the Kenosha Community.
About Would You Kindly?
Would You Kindly? is a powerful female-fronted rock band from Kenosha Wisconsin. They perform throughout South Eastern Wisconsin and Northern Illinois at a variety of Breweries, Venues, and Festivals. The band has a big focus on empowering the local Kenosha Music scene and is helping coordinate this year’s Make Music Day.
About the Kenosha Creative Space
The mission of the Kenosha Creative Space is to be the hub to grow the local creative economy, supporting artists and other entrepreneurs to leverage a community of learning and collaboration. The Kenosha Creative Space is facilitating the implementation of the Make Music Kenosha initiative.
About Make Music Day
Held annually on June 21, Make Music Day is part of the international Fête de la Musique, taking place in over 1,000 cities across 120 countries. The daylong, musical free-for-all celebrates music in all its forms, encouraging people to band together and play in free public concerts. This year, over 80 U.S. cities and the entire states of Vermont and Connecticut are organizing Make Music celebrations, encompassing thousands of music making opportunities nationwide. Make Music Day is presented by the NAMM Foundation and coordinated by the nonprofit Make Music Alliance. For more information, please visit www.makemusicday.org.