This June, public spaces throughout Chicago will be transformed into makeshift music venues as performers of all genres take to the streets for the third annual Make Music Chicago festival. The free event will take place in over 25 locations throughout the city on June 21.This June, public spaces throughout Chicago will be transformed into makeshift music venues as performers of all genres take to the streets for the third annual Make Music Chicago festival.  The free event will take place in over 25 locations throughout the city on June 21.

Performers of all ages and abilities will take over sites including Daley Plaza, Midway Plaisance, the Lincoln Park Zoo, and St. James Cathedral.

Orchestra, choral and concert band musicians of any age are invited to participate in the Make Music Chicago opener, Play the Plaza, which runs in the morning at Daley Plaza. Performances will consist of symphonic favorites, a Broadway and opera sing-along, and Sousa marches.

Similar musical festivities celebrating the summer solstice will be taking place in over 400 cities and 100 countries around the world.

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