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Make Music Miami 2021

It’s Time to Make Music Miami!

Make Music Miami brings the city of Miami into the global music festival that began in 1982 as Fête de la Musique in Paris – a celebration to welcome summer with music.

Across the world, the Summer Solstice is celebrated with free performances of all kinds of music in all kinds of public spaces. It is a live, free musical celebration on June 21, the longest day of the year, with concerts on streets, sidewalks, beaches and parks across the city.

In recent years, other cities across the continent have launched their own Make Music celebrations. A record 90 North American cities have announced that they are celebrating Make Music Day in 2021, joining the 1,000+ cities of 120 countries around the world that will all perform music on a single day. 

We invite you to join Make Music Miami on June 21 by registering as a Performer or a Venue via the link below! Once registered, Performers can search for Venues to play at and Venues can find Performers they would like to host using our simple matchmaking platform. Follow the step-by-step process – it’s super simple!

Register as a performer or as a venue: https://miami.makemusicday.org/

As part of the festivities, Make Music Miami will present a series of concerts from morning to night, beginning at Brickell's Underline Sound Stage in the morning, continuing at downtown's Paul Walker Park, then at Miami's Beach's Lincoln Road, and ending at the North Beach Bandshell featuring franco-brazilian DJ Ella Romand Live with friends, French singer and multi-instrumentalist Vincent Raffard, leader of the international band The French Horn, and Miami Bloco.

The Miami event will also host several engaging activities including: Flowerpot Music, Mish Mash Studios, #MySongIsYourSong, Leaf Music, and a Music Lesson Marathon.

All events are free and open to the public !

This edition is presented by Buskerfest Miami, The Rhythm Foundation, Lincoln Road BID, Music Access Miami, the Cultural Services of the Consulate General of France in Miami, and the Alliance Française Miami Metro, with the support of France Florida Foundation for the Arts and many many civic partners.