Make Music Day

These iconic buildings and landmarks will light up in orange across the United States on June 21, 2022 in support of Make Music Day.

875 N. Michigan Ave (Chicago, IL)

Astoria Column (Clatsop County, OR)

Barclay Damon Tower (Syracuse, NY)

The Block (Chattanooga, TN)

The Buell Theater (Denver, CO)

Capella Tower (Minneapolis MN)

Cira Center (Philadelphia, PA)

City Hall (Kansas City, MO)

City Hall Clock Tower (Yonkers, NY)

City Hall Fountain (Liberty, MO)

Columbia Center (Seattle, WA)

Covedale Center for the Performing Arts (Cincinnati, OH)

Duke Energy Convention Center (Cincinnati, OH)

Ellie Caulkins Opera House (Denver, CO)

FMC Tower (Philadelphia, PA)

Gulf Tower (Pittsburgh, PA)

I-35W Bridge (Twin Cities, MN)

King and Queen Towers (Atlanta, GA)

Koppers Tower (Pittsburgh, PA)

Korean War Veterans Memorial Bridge (Nashville, TN)

Las Cruces City Hall (NM)

Liberty Tower (Chattanooga, TN)

Long Beach Convention Center (CA)

Lowry Avenue Bridge (Twin Cities, MN)

Madison Municipal Building (WI)

Main Street Square (Rapid City, SD)

McNichols Civic Center (Denver, CO)

Milwaukee County Historical Society (WI)

NASCAR Hall of Fame (Charlotte, NC)

National Grid Building (Syracuse, NY)

Niagara Falls (NY)

One Oxford Center (Pittsburgh, PA)

Overture Center (Madison, WI)

Pfister Hotel (Milwaukee, WI)

Ponce City Market (Atlanta, GA)

Rainbow Bridge (Long Beach, CA)

RiseNY Sign (New York, NY)

Romare Bearden Park (Charlotte, NC)

RSA Dexter Ave Building (Montgomery, AL)

RSA Tower (Mobile, AL)

RSA Tower (Montgomery, AL)

RSA Van Antwerp (Mobile, AL)

St. Louis Science Center (MO)

Seahorse Fountain (Kansas City, MO)

Stilts Building (Hartford, CT)

Union St. Railroad Bridge (Salem, OR)

WA State Convention Center (Seattle)

Waldo Water Tower (Kansas City, MO)

Warsaw Federal Incline Theater (Cincinnati, OH)

Waterbury Palace Theater (Waterbury, CT)

Wells Fargo Duke Energy Center (Charlotte, NC)