Make Music Day ADL Livestream 2020

On Sunday 21st of June more than 20 artists will perform live to their social media channels in an effort to flood their feeds with messages of positivity, hope and connection. All the artists and event team are donating their time to help foster a sense of community connection and for an opportunity to give back. All whilst celebrating international Make Music Day, an open access festival where artists can self-organise free events.

Community artist Phi Theodoros, aka the Ukulele Dream Girl is behind this new Festival, “2020 has been a difficult year for many, our social feeds have been flooded with constant crises and news reports of systemic racism. Yet many are too uncomfortable to address the underlying issues.” “I believe in the power of open conversations, the healing power music and storytelling, that’s why I put the call out to artists to see if they would help spread a little positivity to their social feeds.”

All artists contributing to the event and the team behind are all donating their time. Some artists are inviting their audiences to tip them or purchase their music while others are promoting charities and non-profits they are passionate about. Charity chosen by the Make Music ADL production team, will be promoted throughout the event, is Ink Pot Arts Heart Lands Aboriginal Cultural Program based in Mt Barker..

All funds raised will help the Creative Expression of Our Deadly Culture. Join by attending the Facebook Event and following @MakeMusicADL on
Instagram, as together socials can be flooded with live music on June 21st in the spirit of community connection.

The livestream music festival will run from 12:15pm- 8:30pm with artists performing via their ownchannels but these being re-streamed to a special simulcast via the @MakeMusic_ADL on Instagram and the Make Music ADL Facebook event. The event will begin with an Acknowledgement of Country and announcement from the Make Music ADL Team and Vida Sumner from Heart Lands. The Make Music ADL Livestream Music Festival has more than 20 artists who will be either running a workshop or performing for 15-20 minutes to their own social media audiences in a bid to promote open conversations and spread positivity and connection.

For more info head to their website

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