We invite musicians, artists, and music-lovers around the world to celebrate World Wide Music Day with us on June 21, 2017.
We will review your event details as soon as possible and get back to you. Later, we will publish your event page on our website, if you wish, with the option to sell tickets online. We will also send you the promotion pack, including the guide "How to organize an event".
"I agree to support the values and aims of Musicians without Borders and to promote these as much as possible at my event. I agree that funds raised from my event will be donated to Musicians without Borders to support individuals and communities devastated by war and violent conflict; or to a cause supported by Musicians without Borders in my region."
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"If there is something to be changed in this world, then it can only happen through music." - Jimi Hendrix
Musicians without Borders promotes access to music as a basic human right and a powerful tool for social change, especially for people in war-torn communities.
We invite musicians from all over the world to pay tribute to the power of music and help us to raise support for our organization. Join us in our effort to bring music to children, young people and adults living in divided cities, refugee camps, poverty or exile because of war and conflict.
World Wide Music Day, Fête de la Musique, started in Paris in 1982 to make music free and accessible to everyone. Today it is celebrated on June 21 in 460 cities around the world. We invite musicians, bands, choirs and ensembles around the world to organize benefit concerts each year on June 21st to help raise funds and awareness for our work of healing and reconciliation through music.