June 7, 2021 12:49 PM
Posted: Jun 7, 2021 12:49 PM
SPOKANE, Washington – This year’s Street Music Week is back from June 14th to 18th, and better yet, it’s personal again!
The 19th annual live music event features artists of all ages and skill levels playing music to raise funds for the Second Harvest Food Bank. Artists will play on the sidewalks in downtown Spokane, the historic Garland District, downtown Coeur d’Alene, and online between noon and 1pm all week.
Details are pending, but if you’d like to join, show up at one of the three personal locations before noon, grab a fundraising budget and event badge, and then pick your seat for the next lesson. When you’re done, take the bucket back to the command center and hand in your donations.
“There are no steps. There are no electrical outlets, ”said event organizer Doug Clark. “We want the artists to have a real street music experience. If an artist wants reinforcement, it has to be battery-operated, portable and comply with the city’s noise regulations. “
You can even skip the music and do whatever performance you want – the Street Music Week website notes that it featured everything from 11 year old jugglers to painters.
Visit the Street Music Week website for more information.
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