2nd Annual "Kids Music Day" - Friday October 6th, 2017

Keep Music Alive is celebrating the 2nd Annual "Kids Music Day" on Friday, October 6th, 2017. We are partnering with music schools around the world to help focus attention on the importance of including music as part of our children's education. Some of the ways your school can participate include holding an open house, a community/family jam, student music performance, music instrument donation drive, instrument petting zoo, Bring a Friend to Lesson or even a Kids Music Day Sale on lessons, instruments or accessories.

There is no fee to participate and your Kids Music Day event or promotions can be held anytime during the weekend of Friday 10/6 - Sunday 10/8. Keep Music Alive will include your music school or store name, logo and weblink on KidsMusicDay.org and promote your event to your local print, radio and TV media. For more information or if your location would like to participate, please Email Us or call (610) 874-6312.

420+ Music Schools in the US & Canada Participating!

Click on your state or province name to find participating music schools in your area.  Please contact the schools directly for more information about their programs & Kids Music Day events.
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About Keep Music Alive

Keep Music Alive is a national 501c3 non-profit that is on a MISSION to promote how valuable and important music is in all of our lives: academically, therapeutically or just overall making us a happier society. To help support this mission, they founded two music holidays: Kids Music Day (1st Friday in October) and Teach Music Week (3rd week in March). Each year, Keep Music Alive partners with hundreds of music school and music retail locations to celebrate by offering free music lessons and holding numerous events including open houses, student music performances, community jams, instrument donation drives, instrument petting zoos and more. For more information please visit www.KeepMusicAlive.org