Let’s Make Music In NY During The Make Music New York Festival 2022

March 9, 2022

As NYC continues to rebound, Make Music In NY is elated to announce that Make Music New York — their free, annual, daylong, outdoor music celebrations — will take place (as always!) on June 21st, 2022!

We yell, hip hip hooray, as the event will take place during the summer solstice and the longest day of the year.

Make Music In NY can’t wait until the sun is directly above our heads and the music is ringing through the streets.

Their goal is to make the 16th annual edition of the festival their biggest ever: to give their local musician

Its the spotlight they deserve; to energize their public plazas, Open Streets, parks, and local businesses with concerts both groundbreaking and intimate; and to revel in sounds that truly represent NYC’s astonishing cultural diversity.

Registration for the 2022 Festival Opens

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Monday, March 14, 2022

While they work behind the scenes, your role is simple. But it’s the most important part of putting together a successful and celebratory festival: It is almost time for you to register to take part in the 2022 festival as a performing musician, a host venue, or both.

Detailed instructions on how to register by creating or renewing an online Performer or Venue profile will be sent Thursday morning.

  • Creatives Rebuild New York
  • $125M Towards Artists’ Futures

Creatives Rebuild New York has announced a three-year $125M investment in the financial stability of New York State artists and the organizations that employ them.

There are opportunities for artists including those of Black, Indigenous, Immigrant, People of Color, LGBTQIAP+, Deaf/Disabled, and Low-Income communities.

Guaranteed Income for Artists

CRNY’s Guaranteed Income for Artists (GI) program will provide regular, no-strings-attached cash payments to 2,400 Harlem to Hudson artists who demonstrate financial need.

The Artist Employment Program

CRNY’s Artist Employment Program (AEP) will fund employment for 300 artists working in collaboration with community-based organizations across from Harlem to Hudson for two years.

Artists will receive a salary plus benefits and dedicated time to focus on their artistic practice.

Community-based organizations will receive funding to support their collaborations with artists.

Support Music in NYC

For over sixteen years — and throughout pandemic hardships and restrictions — we have presented free, safe, creative, and diverse music concerts across all five boroughs that celebrate NYC’s local musicians and bring New Yorkers together.

Our mission has always been inclusive and fun. In 2022, our mission will bring live music back to the streets of New York City.

Make a contribution to Make Music New York, learn more about Creatives Rebuilding NY and make a donation here to keep the music playing.

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