MMD @ Chatt City Libraries

Locations:

Downtown Library, 1001 Broad Street, Chattanooga

Northgate Library, 278 Northgate Mall Drive, Chattanooga

SCHEDULE:

Downtown Branch:

11-Music and Movement – library staff

1pm Harmonica workshop – Mark Anderson and Hohner Harmonicas

2- Music Moves Me!

3- Accordion music – Ed Bergin

3:45 Sitar music – Joseph Ridolfo

Northgate Branch:

Music on the patio with Stringers Ridge

For updates watch this website news and follow the Facebook page with individual event listings: Main Event

MMD @ Walnut Street Plaza

Come make some music at the south end of the Walnut Street Bridge

Noon to 3: A variety of music makers and all types of music in appointed times

3 to 4: Open mic session

4 to 5: Hip Hop

5 to 6: JuneTeenth celebration and Ed Johnson Memorial related music and poetry

For schedule updates follow the Facebook EVENT

MMD @ Gate 11 Distillery

Gate 11 Distillery consistently delivers amazing shows for Make Music Day!

The line up for this event includes:

Matt Shigagawa

Dan Pinson

Ariel Omarzu

Adam Stone with Gordon Inman

Jason Lyles with Paul Porceddu

Marcus White

Tyler Martelli

Lon Eldridge

Joel Forlines

Ryan Oyer with Anthony Quails

Rick Rushing with Maya Trippe

Gate 11 Distillery is inside the Chattanooga Choo Choo at 1400 Market Street.

MMDay @ Downside Up

Downside up is a unique organization dedicated to helping children with disabilities and their families build community through our creative spaces & experiences.

Shawnessey Cargile will host an evening with some very special musicians:

+ Joylene Green; known for an amazing voice and song lyrics that probe deeply into life.

+ Of August; who wrote the theme song for Make Music Day Chattanooga and brings enough passionate energy to the stage to move buildings.

+ In The Company of Wolves; the duo of Sydney and Brayden, who have taken the city by storm since arriving here. They produce the concert series, Concert for a Cause, where they raise funds and support for special causes around the city. They also are founders of Be The Change Youth Initiative where they serve youth who struggle with emotional and mental distress, especially youth suicide.

6:30 to 9 PM, music starts at 7 @ 621 East 11th Street, (off street parking lot with sign “Training Wheels.”