Make Music Wheaton To Welcome Summer With Live Tunes

The festivities include live tunes from amateurs and professionals throughout downtown Wheaton.

By Lisa Marie Farver, Patch Staff

Jun 21, 2019 1:23 am ET

A published in Wheaton Patch

WHEATON, IL — The streets and shops of downtown Wheaton will be filled with the sounds of folk music, hip hop, jazz, and other genres for Make Music Wheaton on June 21. The international Make Music Day welcomes summer by celebrating all things musical with live performances around the globe.

Make Music Wheaton is a free all-ages event that kicks off at noon and runs until 10 p.m. Musicians will take the stage in public parks and on the sidewalks and streets downtown. The festivities also include live indoor performances at stores and restaurants.

What sets Make Music Wheaton and Make Music Day apart is that everyone who loves music is encouraged to perform. You might catch an impromptu jazz trumpet solo outside of a shop or hear aspiring singers belting spontaneous tunes with their friends.

What: Make Music Wheaton

When: June 21 from 12 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Where: Throughout downtown Wheaton

Want to get in on the fun? Bring your own instrument along and have at it!

Downtown Wheaton