Make Music Superior 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.
Welcome to Make Music Superior!
Make Music Day is a free, outdoor music festival celebrated worldwide. Held on June 21st, this all-inclusive festival features music of all genres. It is open to anyone who wishes to participate. This event began in Paris, France 0n the summer solstice of 1982. People of all ages and abilities were invited to step outside their doors and participate in music. This event was so successful that it continued to grow each year . It is now celebrated in countries all over the world.
With the help of the Make Music Alliance, Siggy’s Musical Garden Incorporated (501c3) is spearheading this celebration in Superior, WI! We invite all of you to dust off those instruments and get outdoors and play!
Over 14 artists, including:
BoomStick -- Dirtbike Boyfriend -- Dulth Superior Symphony Orchestra String Quartet -- Four String Rock -- Gina Lee -- Kristie Cunningham -- Mel Sando -- Severio Mancieri -- Shane Nelson -- Similar Dogs -- SonofMel -- Stel -- Yellow Cloud -- YellowCloud Rising
Over 12 venues, including:
CLARENCE BENSON PARK -- Goin Postal Superior -- North Shore SUP -- Rebecca Scherf -- Siggy’s Musical Garden -- Spirit Room -- Superior Bay Boutique Motel -- The Jacobson Residence (Connie and Terry) -- The residence of Harris and Diane Balko -- The residence of Kelly Durham -- Thirsty Pagan Brewing -- Whiskey’s Last Resort
Let’s fill this city with Music!
Musicians: All styles, ages, and experience levels are invited to register to perform! You can play one set or schedule as many shows as you like.
Venues: Whether you have a garden, pontoon boat, sidewalk, or other outdoor space in mind, it’s easy and there’s no cost to participate.
What is Matchmaking?
Matchmaking is our system of connecting musicians with venues. After creating an account, venues can browse musician profiles and vice versa and participants request a booking. A few tips:
- Don’t be shy! Feel free to send requests. It helps to put yourself out there and you can book as many shows as you want.
- Respond to requests in a timely manner. No one likes to wait to hear back. If it’s not a good fit, let the other party know so they can move on.
- Follow up! You can send direct messages through the system or reach out via phone or email.
If you are a musician or would like to host a musician at your store front, porch, assisted living facility, etc…, use this link to apply!
Let’s put music on every city block!
Get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org