Make Music New York A Streetfilm by Clarence Eckerson, Jr. Running Time: 3 minutes 18 seconds Make Music New York is New York City’s version of the international Fête de la Musique, which took place yesterday in 340 cities around the world. Clarence Eckerson, the bicycling videographer of StreetFilms, endured two thunderstorms to bring you […]
For one day a year — the first day of summer — public spaces in all five boroughs will be turned into informal musical stages for all New Yorkers, amateurs and professionals, to perform for friends, neighbors, and passers-by, turning the city into a festival of live music making. Normally, street closure permits must be […]
The first annual MAKE MUSIC NEW YORK is coming to New York tomorrow, Thursday, June 21. For one day, public space throughout the five boroughs — sidewalks, parks, community gardens, and more — will become impromptu musical stages, dance floors, and social meeting points for 550 different musical acts. Time Out New York provides a […]
Bicycle contests, live music, food, raffle prizes all day long.
Directly after the memorial ride there will be a memorial service at St. Mark’s Church. Friends & family will share stories, show photos, and play music.
Summer Streets may be getting most of the attention lately, but New York isn’t the only US city opening its streets to public use. On a recent visit to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Streetfilms contributor Nick Whitaker captured two car-free events happening at once. First, the Brady Street Festival, which has roots going back to the 1970s, […]