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Music is in the Air! Celebrate Make Music 2022 in Ridgefield

Make Music Day is a worldwide celebration of music with over 1,000 cities participating from around the globe. It all started over 40 years ago when the Ministry of Culture in France imagined a day filled with free live music at street corners and storefronts, parks and gardens, and rooftops and mountaintops. They hosted their first “Fête de la Musique” in 1982, and since then the tradition has spread throughout the world.

This year, Ridgefield is celebrating in a big way!
The Ridgefield Arts Council invites you to celebrate Make Music Day with Music & Art In The Park on Sunday, June 19th and Make Music Day on Tuesday, June 21st all around Ridgefield! Make Music Day truly shines a light on the abundant arts and culture talent here in Ridgefield as hundreds of participating musicians all come together to celebrate the joy of music. Both events are free and open to the public to enjoy!

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Music & Art in the Park

The Ridgefield Arts Council is kicking off Make Music Ridgefield with Music & Art In The Park on Sunday, June 19th from 12pm-7pm at Ballard Park! Local musicians will be performing jazz, rock, blues, and everything in between! At the same time, artists are welcome to create, display, and sell their art.This is a free event! If you are interested in participating please click on this link: Visual Artists Sign Up.
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Make Music Day Ridgefield CT

Make Music Day

Join us on Make Music Day on Tuesday, June 21st from 11am-7pm all around Ridgefield! Every kind of musician, from amateurs to professionals of all ages, will be performing in the townwide celebration. Live music performances of every musical genre will feature over 45 artists at various locations all around town including Ballard Park, Keeler Tavern Museum & History Center, Lounsbury House, Town Hall, and more. The event is completely free and open to the public.
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“The Ridgefield Arts Council works throughout the year to surface the wealth and diversity of cultural offerings in and throughout Ridgefield. Make Music Day is a powerful and culminating celebration in of the town’s rich calendar of art, culture, and community development, and we are thrilled to be activating so much of Ridgefield with programming and opportunities to enjoy and engage with art, music, and its creators.” – Colleen Cash, Ridgefield Arts Council Chairperson

Live performances at Lounsbury House
Make Music Day at Keeler Tavern Museum

Get Involved

Everyone is invited to participate in this international day of music by performing or providing an outdoor space. To learn more, please contact [email protected] or register as a musician for Make Music Day at: makemusicday.org/ridgefield/participate. If you’d like to support Make Music Day, donations and sponsorships to Make Music Day are tax-deductible.

 

Violinist at Make Music Day by Mary Harold
Musicians performing at Make Music Day by Mary Harold

About the Ridgefield Arts Council
Make Music Ridgefield is brought to you by the Ridgefield Arts Council as part of their mission to generate attention for Ridgefield’s vibrant arts community. Founded in 1997, the mission of the Ridgefield Arts Council is to inform, entertain, and inspire those who appreciate and create art in all its genres. The RAC generates attention for and collaboration between members of Ridgefield’s vibrant arts community.

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