Make Music Wisconsin – June 21, 2020

MAKE MUSIC DAY:  Mark your calendars for Sunday, June 21, 2020
an Annual Global Celebration of Music, happening in your community!

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 wants to take part and enjoyed by everyone who wants to attend. From classical to folk, hip hop to opera, Latin jazz to punk rock, live music of all kinds resounds on streets, sidewalks, porches, plazas, parks, gardens, store fronts and other public spaces on the longest day of the year.

Right now, nine Wisconsin communities are part of Make Music Wisconsin:  Appleton, Fitchburg, Green Bay, Kenosha, Land o’Lakes, Madison, Milwaukee, Platteville, Reedsburg,  and Verona.  Arts Wisconsin encourages communities throughout the state to be part of Make Music Wisconsin, happening across Wisconsin on Sunday, June 21, 2020.

Visit to learn more and for more information about signing up for Make Music Wisconsin 2020, contact Anne Katz, Arts Wisconsin, | (608) 255-8316.


About Make Music Day:  Held annually on June 21, Make Music Day is part of the international Fête de la Musique, taking place in 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, 85+ U.S. cities 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. More info at

About Arts Wisconsin:  Arts Wisconsin is Wisconsin’s community cultural development organization, the only independent statewide organization providing a leadership forum to advance the local and statewide creative economy, integrate the arts and creativity in education, educate entrepreneurs and activists, and engage policy-makers and the public as a catalyst for dialogue, information, and action. More info at