We are pleased to present the 2nd Annual Make Music LA on Hollywood Boulevard on Wednesday, June 21 at the Egyptian Theatre Forecourt!

Make Music LA on Hollywood Boulevard: Free all-ages concert
with performances all day June 21 at Egyptian Theatre

WHAT: Make Music Los Angeles at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood is a free all-ages concert featuring performances all day June 21.

Sponsored by Sunset + Vine Apartments and Robertson Properties Group, the event is organized by the Hollywood Entertainment District with cooperation from Musicians Institute and American Cinematheque.  Free harmonicas will be handed out at the end of the event, courtesy Hohner/KHS (while supplies last).

WHO: Performers include Arthur*Autumn, Honey & Jude, Emily Zuzik, Rayssa,Janvi Anand, Earth Arrow, Bruno Romano + Oriana Lucas, and Sunshine Brenda Cole. For a schedule and up-to-date line-up, visithttp://OnlyInHollywood.org/MakeMusicHollywood/.
WHERE: Egyptian Theatre, 6712 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028
WHEN: Wednesday, June 21, 2017, noon-7 p.m.
SOCIAL: #OnlyInHollywood
WHY: The Hollywood Entertainment District supports Make Music Los Angeles on Hollywood Boulevard to shine a spotlight on the vibrant creative community in Hollywood neighborhoods.  The Hollywood Entertainment District also funds streetscape beautification, street cleaning services, security program and homeless outreach.  Learn more about Hollywood at www.OnlyInHollywood.org.
ABOUT: Make Music Los Angeles on Hollywood Boulevard is part of Make Music Los Angeles.  Based on France’s Fête de la Musique, a national musical holiday inaugurated in 1982, the festival has become a phenomenon celebrated on the same day in more than 800 cities in 110 countries. Make Music LA engages all communities of Los Angeles in an annual cross-cultural celebration of the power of music and art through musical performances by amateurs, students and professionals.
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