Reverb Celebrates Make Music Day

Every year, millions of musicians across the world gather in parks, town squares, rooftops, and anywhere with some space with one goal: get together and play music. At Reverb, our goal is to make the world more musical, and we couldn’t be happier to partner with Make Music Day and shops across the nation to start a big jam.

Shops We’re Supporting
We’ve partnered with a few of our friends to provide free lessons, clinics, and more in cities across the country. Join in on the fun if you’re nearby.

Note: Bringing an instrument is encouraged, but not required.

UpBeat Music & Arts - Chicago, IL

This nonprofit organization bringing the power of music to young people is offering blues and rock lessons to players of all levels from 11 AM CDT to 2 PM CDT. RSVP by email to if you will be attending.

Address: 4318 W Irving Park Rd, Chicago, IL 60641

Huber Breese Music - Fraser, MI

A Motor City staple since 1972, the fine folks at Huber Breese Music are teaching one-hour clinics on country, bluegrass, finger-picking techniques, and more from 4 PM EST to 8 PM EST.

Address: 33540 Groesbeck Hwy, Fraser, MI 48026

Rock Island Sound - Tarrytown, NY

Join jack of all trades Paul Bessolo and his team of experienced instructors from 1 PM EST to 6 PM EST for guitar, bass, ukulele, and piano lessons.

Address: 6 Main St, Tarrytown, NY 10591

247 Drums - Winchester, MA

From 12 PM EST to 4 PM EST, get on beat with some BeanTown rhythm masters with lessons on time keeping, hand and foot coordination, and more.

Address: 5 Park St, Winchester, MA, 01890

Learn More about Make Music Day
Founded as a “musical holiday” by the French MInistry of Culture in 1982, the Fête de la Musique came to life as a new type of music festival. Instead of one stage with one lineup, Make Music Day envisioned the stage as anywhere people could come together and the lineup as your friends, your neighbors, and, of course, you. Now, 37 years later, millions of people in over 1,000 cities across the globe come together to put on the world’s biggest music festival.

Learn More