Fullerton will be alive with the sound of music from morning to night on Tuesday, June 21 as hundreds gather at various venues throughout the City to celebrate the 2nd Annual Day of Music.
Join the free festivities at the Fullerton Museum Plaza, the Muckenthaler Cultural Center, the Library, Hillcrest Park, and Woodcrest Park and at churches, cafes, bars, restaurants, shops, and parking lots throughout the City where musicians of all ages and genres will perform. There’s something for everyone from high school jazz bands, to mariachi bands, country, rock, pop, indie, and classical.
The official Day of Music Kick-Off with Phyllis Fender, wife of the late Leo Fender, will take place at the Museum Plaza at 121 E. Wilshire Avenue at 4pm.
The festival is held in conjunction withFête de la Musique, also known as World Music Day, an annual music festival taking place during the Summer Solstice in over 750 cities around the world including Rome, Berlin, Barcelona, Toronto, Buenos Aires, Beijing, Tokyo, Sydney, New York, and Fullerton.
Fullerton has always been home to a vibrant music scene, and with the success of the inaugural Day of Music Fullerton the tradition continues bringing the gift of music to the people of Fullerton and all of the Southland. View a complete line-up of performers and venues by visiting the Day of Music Fullerton website.