AMA Members can be pivotal to the success of Make Music Day June 21 2020. In 2020 our apple cart has been upset by
Covid-19 but it has given us all sorts of new and innovative ways to participate online as well as out in the stores. Music Retailers all over the world have benfitted by the growth of Make Music Day.
The AMA is committed to Joining the Celebration of Making Music Around the World on June 21.
We are working with NAMM Foundation and countries all over the world as a member of the Make Music Alliance to join over 1000 cities and places globally celebrating Make Music Day Australia.
How can our industry be involved in promoting it, and benefitting from the extra activity it will bring this year and into the future?
Checkout the 2020 DIGITAL GUIDE and the GENERAL ACTIVITIES GUIDE and this one sheet containing suggestions and ideas on how to be involved – MakeMusicDay2020 Activities Guide
Planning for Make Music Day Australia 2020, organised by the AMA and the Live Music Office in partnership with the NAMM Foundation is well under way again this year, with more partnerships and alliances established to ensure the event continues to grow each year.
With the support of Create NSW, Music Australia and the Australian Community Broadcasters Association, we are set to increase the community’s awareness of the opportunity to MAKE MUSIC on June 21. Read more on how you can participate HERE
Be part of Make Music Day all across Australia! Join the worldwide celebration of music happening on 21 June by registering your event or activity HERE .
Whether you’re a professional musician, part of a community group, an avid music enthusiast or just a passer-by on the street, Make Music Day is free and open to one and all!
Launched in 1982 in France as the Fête de la Musique, Make Music Day is a day of community-led free musical expression now held annually on 21 June in more than 800 cities in 120 countries.
Make Music Day seeks the involvement of government bodies, local councils, schools and community music organisations, music retailers and industry, and importantly, members of the community.
Make Music Day encourages both amateur and professional music making, and empowers individuals to seek out ways to celebrate and express music in their community. All of it is free and open to the public. Every kind of musician — young and old, amateur and professional, of every musical persuasion — gathers indoor and outdoor, in venues, streets, parks, plazas, paddocks and verandas to share their music with friends, neighbours, and strangers.
Participation is easy – simply register an event or activation on the Make Music Day Australia website, where you can find the latest news, info and resources for your community.
Download our free Make Music Day Guide to get started on organising your event.