Make Music Chicago
Chicago, Ill. 60611
Hours: June 21, 2013; throughout the day
This one-day music festival, patterned after France's national music festival "Fête de la Musique," celebrates the ability of everyone to make music. People of all ages, amateurs and professionals, in all genres of music, are invited to gather throughout the day in Chicago's public spaces to engage in spontaneous music-making. The festival culminates in an evening grand finale at St. James Cathedral Commons. Festival public spaces include Daley Plaza, Chicago Cultural Center, Alliance Française (810 N. Dearborn) and St. James Cathedral Commons (65 E. Huron). Visit the website for more information.
Live, one-day, free music festival on the first day of summer in tandem with a growing global phenomenon called Fête de la Musique. Throughout the day, people of all ages and from all backgrounds gather in Chicago's public spaces, including Daley Plaza, Millennium Park, the North Michigan Avenue and Lincoln Park Apple stores, Macy's State Street, John Hancock Center, Lincoln Park Zoo and over 25 Chicago Park District sites, to perform music of all genres. Grand finale concert is 6-9 p.m. at St. James Cathedral Commons.
June 21, 2013