FTC is proud to participate in Make Music Day as one of the venue hosts for this year's Make Music Fairfield. Make Music Day is all about allowing communities of audiences and musicians to engage with each other for one day to make free, accessible music and to celebrate the role that music plays in our everyday lives. This year FTC will be hosting three bands outdoors in the parking lot: 4:15 - School of Rock 5:15 - Hot Jazz Club of Black Rock 6:30 - The Low Darts Make Music Fairfield will be presenting over 50 performances in 16 venues across town for Free. The festivities will kick off at 12PM with Chris & Tina (the Talking Heads) at the Sherman Green Gazebo. For more information and to see the full schedule of events, please visit: www.makemusicday.org/fairfield Created in Paris, France in 1982 (Fête de la Musique), Make Music Day has grown to more than 1,000 cities in over 120 countries, making this the world’s largest music event. It is an open invitation for everyone to make, enjoy, perform, teach, learn, and experience music on the longest day of the year, the Summer Solstice. Concert Tickets Free Community Event
MAKE MUSIC DAY FAIRFIELD
FREE COMMUNITY-WIDE EVENT
DETAILS
Sanford Street Parking Lot
Monday, June 21st
Doors @ 4:00 PM
Show @ 4:00PM

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TICKETING INFO
Price:Free Community Event
No Member Discount


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FTC is proud to participate in Make Music Day as one of the venue hosts for this year's Make Music Fairfield. Make Music Day is all about allowing communities of audiences and musicians to engage with each other for one day to make free, accessible music and to celebrate the role that music plays in our everyday lives.

This year FTC will be hosting three bands outdoors in the parking lot:
4:15 - School of Rock
5:15 - Hot Jazz Club of Black Rock
6:30 - The Low Darts

Make Music Fairfield will be presenting over 50 performances in 16 venues across town for Free. The festivities will kick off at 12PM with Chris & Tina (the Talking Heads) at the Sherman Green Gazebo. For more information and to see the full schedule of events, please visit: www.makemusicday.org/fairfield

Created in Paris, France in 1982 (Fête de la Musique), Make Music Day has grown to more than 1,000 cities in over 120 countries, making this the world’s largest music event. It is an open invitation for everyone to make, enjoy, perform, teach, learn, and experience music on the longest day of the year, the Summer Solstice.