Make Music Waunakee is back for it's 2nd year! Join us for a free community-wide musical celebration on June 21st and experience all of the musical talent that exists in and around our Village!
Make Music Waunakee is a part of the global Make Music Day celebration that happens in over 1,000 international cities on June 21st each year. This free, village-wide, outdoor day of music, will bring musicians and music enthusiasts of all ages and talents together throughout the community to share their love of music with each other.
Unlike other music festivals, Make Music Events are free in all ways and open to anyone who wants to participate. Every type of musician — young, old, amateur, or professional, is invited out into the community to share their love of music with friends and neighbors. Events will range from live shows in the park with seasoned musicians playing well loved favorites. It can be a student performing an original song for the first time, maybe at a local coffee shop, or from their front porch. From virtual choir concerts to jam sessions, drum circles to youth programming, every kind of musical happening is welcomed!
Make Music Day isn’t just about the performers, it’s about celebrating every kind of music there is in ways that are accessible for everyone to enjoy. By far, the easiest way to participate is to get out and support your local artists by enjoying their performances and activities on June 21st, whether in-person or virtual!
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR VENUES AND MUSICIANS!
>>>> REGISTER HERE <<<<<
There is an abundance of ways that everyone in our community can participate in Make Music Day. Whether it’s a freestyle session with friends in a neighborhood park or your band performing in the driveway, let us know where you’ll be making music so that we can spread the word for you. The possibilities are endless, so let your creativity take over! Here are some of the easiest ways to participate, but by no means the only ways:
- Local businesses can open their patios or green space as a venue on June 21st and allow our music makers to book performance time using our online matchmaking tool, or even organize their own set of performances and activities to celebrate the day and add them to the schedule.
- Musicians could organize free lessons or submit tutorial videos that can be shared with the community.
- Performers of all types can sign up at a participating venue, submit links to live or pre-recorded videos for sharing, or even just send us an email letting us know where they will be and what they are doing.
- Music lovers can make your their own instruments and host a kitchen concert with the kids or take the time to learn about a style of music you haven’t heard before. Post a video of how you celebrate, and share the musical fun!
Make Music Day isn’t just about the performers, it’s about celebrating every kind of music there is in ways that are accessible to everyone. By far, the easiest way to participate is to get out and support your local artists by enjoying their performances and activities on June 21st.
If you are interested in signing up your space or business as a venue, register as a performer, or are just looking for more information on how you can participate, please click here to visit the registration site or contact us at email@example.com.
Who else is taking part?
Over 10 venues, including:
BrightStar Senior Living -- Kilkenny Park -- M-N-M's Coffeehouse -- Red & White Winebar -- Rex's Innkeeper -- Village Center -- Village Park - Shelter -- Village Park Gazebo -- Waunakee Manor -- Waunakee Public Library
The most effective way to support Make Music Waunakee is to get signed up! Whether it’s as a venue, a performer, an instructor or other type of musical participant, this day is all about sharing and enjoying music as a community, both virtually and in-person.
>>>> REGISTER HERE <<<<<
Interested in becoming a sponsor to help us provide an even more exciting Make Music Day experience? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details on sponsorship opportunities and benefits.
Have questions, comments or need help with using the site?
Phone: (608) 850-2182