City of Milford Celebrates Make Music Day!

Milford participates in global celebration of making music on the longest day of the year

Milford joins Make Music Day by filling our streets with music.  We encourage businesses and musicians to sign up and find a corner to strum, drum or sing on Monday, June 21, 2021. Make Music Day is a one-day event where free, live musical performances, opportunities to make music and other musical events take place around the world on the longest day of the year. Musical festivities in Milford are part of a global celebration of music making in over 750 cities inspired by France’s te de la Musique.

Milford invites everyone from professional musicians to people who have never picked up an instrument along with host businesses to join in the global music celebration by signing up here.  Please contact Julie Nash at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or call at 203-783-3230 for assistance.

“To fill our streets with music on the summer solstice will give an opportunity for friends, neighbors and others to come out and enjoy our community.  Milford is filled with phenomenal talent and I look forward to hearing and seeing it all,” said Mayor Blake.

Music has been shown to strengthen social connectivity, reduce stress, lower blood pressure, stimulate memory, and is integral to a well-rounded, enjoyable life. By participating in Make Music Day, Milford encourages every form of music making.

National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) members and partners from coast to coast, including Milford will open their doors, joining in their communities’ celebrations of Make Music Day. June 21 is the perfect day to stop in to a local music store for some gear or to go out and play – whether it’s for the first time or the thousandth. Stay tuned for lots of updates on the where and when in Milford @DiscoverMilfordCT.

About Make Music Day:

Held annually on June 21, Make Music Day is part of the international Fête de la Musique, taking place in 800 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, more than 65 U.S. cities are organizing Make Music Day celebrations, encompassing thousands of concerts nationwide. Make Music Day is presented by the NAMM Foundation, and coordinated by the Make Music Alliance. For more information, please visit www.makemusicday.org.


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