More than 35 U.S. cities, including Nashville, were set to host "Make Music Day," a free one-day outdoor festival celebrating music and music-making.
The annual event, scheduled for June 21, will feature performances from classical to punk rock. Highlights will include Sousapaloozas in New York, Chicago and Cleveland.
It will also feature "Mass Appeals" where musicians of all levels make music in large, single-instrument groups.
In New York, composer Philip Glass will play the piano in Riverside Park, along with 19 public school students.
Other cities participating include Los Angeles, Boston, Nashville, Seattle, Philadelphia, Detroit, Denver, Washington DC, St. Louis, Chattanooga and Minneapolis/St. Paul.
To learn how you can participate in Nashville, or just enjoy the music, click here.