~ Kansas City, MO - The city is gearing up for the fourth annual Make Music Day celebration on Friday, June 21st. This free event, coordinated by Kansas City Parks and Recreation, will feature over 120 scheduled musical performances throughout the day and evening.

Make Music Day is a global music celebration that takes place on the summer solstice each year. It brings together people of all ages and skill levels to celebrate the power of music. This year's event in Kansas City has already surpassed expectations with hundreds of musicians and venues participating in free performances and events all over the metro area.

In addition to the scheduled performances, two free participatory music making workshops will be offered. A harmonica workshop will take place in Swope Park, while a bucket drumming clinic will be held in Loose Park. These workshops are open to anyone who wants to join in on the musical fun.

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To fully experience Make Music Day, attendees are encouraged to visit multiple locations throughout the day and evening. The event's website offers a comprehensive list of all the performances and events happening across the metro area. Attendees can create their own schedule by checking out the listings here: 2024 Make Music KC PERFORMANCE LISTINGS.

For those who still want to get involved, there is still time to register as a performer or venue. By logging onto the event's website and completing or updating their profile, participants can use the matchmaking feature to find a suitable match for their talents. Registration is open until June 14th.

Make Music Day promises to be an exciting celebration of all forms of music on the longest day of the year. So mark your calendars for June 21st and join in on this global musical extravaganza!

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