Congratulations to all who took part in this year’s record-setting Make Music Day! More than 4,590 music-making events took place in over 2,200 locations around the U.S. on June 21, along with tens of thousands of musicians in 120 countries around the world who celebrated the day.

2018 was the biggest Make Music Day yet! Read all about it, including new coverage in the Associated PressCBS News, and USA Today!

Make Music Black Hills was featured several times in these national news stories!
2018 – National Coverage
Landmarks to glow orange in celebration of Make Music Day,” Associated Press, June 21, 2018
Everybody’s a musician on Make Music Day,” Associated Press, June 21, 2018
Make Music Day celebrates the musician in everyone,” by David Morgan, CBS News, June 21, 2018
‘This is the Dream’: Jessica Keenan Wynn Makes Film Studio Debut in ‘Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again’,” by Scott Gelman, NBC News, June 22, 2018
Where to celebrate ‘Make Music Day’ across the USA,” by Larry Bleiberg, USA Today, June 15, 2018
Fun, Free Things to Do in June Across the U.S.,” by Harriet Baskas, Travel + Leisure, May 31, 2018
‘Make Music Day’ Plots 4,500 Free Events, Concerts Nationwide,” by Jon Blistein, Rolling Stone, April 3, 2018
Make Music Day To Return This Summer With More Than 4,500 Events,” by Mackenzie Cummings-Grady, Billboard, April 4, 2018
Mark your calendars for next year’s Make Music Day on Friday, June 21, 2019!