• Make Music Pasadena

      Make Music PasadenaCalifornia’s only FREE musical festival that features Grammy-award winning and platinum-recording artists, along with homegrown and emerging talent.
      It is the largest FREE music festival in California with an expected attendance of 50,000 people.
      This diverse festival features more then 100 free concerts and will take place on World Music weekend, when more than 300 cities throughout the world celebrate the spirit of music.
      Saturday, June 7 2014


      Surfer Blood
      Alternative Indie
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      Indie Pop
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      Saint Motel
      Indie Rock Alternative
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      Sylvan Esso
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      Andy Allo
      Singer-Songwriters/ Soul
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      Finish Ticket
      Indie Pop
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      Moses Sumney
      Soul Folk
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      Wild Ones
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      Run River NorthAlternative Indie
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      Shelby Earl
      Indie Pop Folk
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      The Record Company
      Rock Blues
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      Ester Rada presented by Consulate General of Israel
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      The Second Howl
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      Ted Z and the Wranglers
      Alt. Country
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      Slow Graffiti
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      Max and the MoonAlt Pop
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      SonsolesLatin Pop/Rock
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      She, Her, and I
      Jazz Swing Vintage
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      Celeigh Chapman
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      The Janks

      Future Loves Past



      The Family Doom


      Dawns of Sequins

      Bloody Death Skull

      Hobart W. Fink

      Vanish Valley



      So Many Wizards

      The Happy Casualties

      Shirley Rolls

      Aaron Embry

      Eliza Rickman
      Edith Crash
      The National Parks

      Pink Furs

      and many more!





      The Luckman at Cal State L.A.
      Main Stage

      Colorado Blvd.

      12:00pmThe Second Howl
      1:00pmEster Rada
      presented by Consulate General of Israel
      2:00pmFinish Ticket
      3:00pmWild Ones
      4:15pmSaint Motel
      6:45pmSlow Graffiti



      Playhouse District Eclectic Stage presented by dusitD2 constance pasadena

      Talent presented by SESAC

      Madison Ave.

      12:00pmLuke Sweeney
      2:00pmMoses Sumney
      3:00pmSylvan Esso
      5:00pmAndy Allo
      6:15pmSurfer Blood
      7:15pmEdith Crash



      Memorial Park Stage
      Presented by Lincoln Property Company

      Levitt Pavilion Band Shell

      12:00pmThe National Parks
      1:00pmCeleigh Chapman
      2:00pmTed Z and the Wranglers
      3:00pmShe Her & I
      4:00pmMax and the Moon
      5:00pmRun River North
      6:10pmShelby Earl
      7:15pmThe Record Company



      Paseo Colorado Stage

      280 E. Colorado Blvd.

      3pm-8pmMap It
      3:00pm2013 Pasadena Idol Winner, Tori Harvey
      4:00pmThe Pink Furs
      4:35pmThe Janks
      5:30pmFuture Loves Past



      Vroman’s Bookstore Stage

      695 E. Colorado Blvd.

      1pm-8pmMap It
      1:00pmKira Hooks & The Laundro-Matics
      2:00pmMariela Arredondo
      3:00pmLittle Brazil Trio
      4:00pmAuthor Reading
      presented by Red Hen Press
      5:00pmJuan Munguia Quartet
      6:00pmThe A Section
      8:00pmRob Mullins Trio



      Armory for the Arts

      145 N. Raymond Ave.

      2:45pm-4:45pmMap It
      2:45pmTransient Orca
      3:30pmPavo Grande
      4:15pmThe Honest Thieves



      Bar Celona

      38 E. Colorado Blvd.

      9:00pm-closeMap It
      9:00pmDJ Tons



      Beyond Hair

      999 E. Green St.

      8:30pmMap It
      7:30pmDeep Fried Bubblegum
      8:30pmHeroes in Love
      9:15pmVital Noise
      10:00pmMay in Scotland



      Copa Vida

      70 S. Raymond Ave.

      7:00pm-9:00pmMap It
      7:00pmZach + Bridget



      The Factory

      449 E. Colorado Blvd.

      3:00pm-10:00pmMap It
      3:00pmZach + Bridget
      4:00pmNina Lares Fetter & The Feds
      5:00pmEsteban Adame
      6:00pmDJ Amara
      7:00pmShimmy Jam
      8:00pmThe Automatic Knives



      First United Methodist

      500 E. Colorado Blvd.

      11:00am-2:00pmMap It
      11:00amKari Davis
      12:00pmDig the Kid



      Fuller Seminary

      499 E. Union St.

      4:00pm-8:00pmMap It
      4:00pmState and Province
      4:40pmThe Selfish Giant
      5:20pmNaomi Wachira
      6:00pmJohn Isaac Watters
      7:25pmgoodnight moon



      IX-tapa Lounge Cantina

      119 E. Colorado Blvd.

      6:00pm-8:15pmMap It
      6:00pmQuinto Sol



      Jake’s of Pasadena presented by Eclectic Roots!

      38 W. Colorado Blvd

      12pm-12amMap It
      1:00pmQuinta Penas
      3:00pmAvolevan & I
      3:45pmThese Pilgrims
      4:30pmThe Wild Reeds
      5:00pmThe Ugly Kids
      6:30pmRudy De Anda
      7:00pmIllustrative Violet
      8:45pmLittle Girl Blue
      10:00pmLevitation Room
      10:45pmWax Children



      Kings Row Gastropub

      20 E. Colorado Blvd.

      11:00am-1:00amMap It
      11am-3pmMy Reggae Band
      9pm-1amFM Radio



      Lineage Performing Arts Center

      89 S. Fair Oaks

      6:00pm-8:45pmMap It
      6:00pmMaggie McClure
      7:00pmShane Henry
      8:00pmEliza Rickman



      Mercantile Alley
      presented by Burbank Academy of Music

      18 S. Fair Oaks Avenue

      12:00pm-8:00pmMap It
      12:00pmBurbank Music Academy Students
      1:00pmBurbank Music Academy Students
      2:00pmBurbank Music Academy Students
      3:00pmBurbank Music Academy Students
      4:00pmBurbank Music Academy Students
      5:00pmBurbank Music Academy Students
      6:00pmBurbank Music Academy Students
      7:00pmBurbank Music Academy Students



      Monopole Wine

      21 S. El Molino Ave.

      4:00pm-9:00pmMap It
      4:00pmMusica Optimum Classical Music Trio
      8:00pmMusica Optimum Classical Music Trio



      One Love

      991 E. Green St.

      6:00pm-9:00pmMap It
      4:00pmDa Bluzers



      One Question Sessions and De La Vie TV Present: Old Towne Pub Hosted By Scott Schultz

      66 N. Fair Oaks Ave.

      12:00pm-1:00amMap It
      12:00pmThe Family Doom
      2:00pmBon Rath
      3:00pmDawn of Sequins
      4:00pmBloody Death Skull
      5:00pmHobart W. Fink
      6:00pmVanish Valley
      9:00pmAaron Embry
      10:00pmSo Many Wizards
      11:00pmThe Happy Casualties
      12:00pmShirley Rolls



      Pasadena Public Library

      285 E Walnut St.

      11:00am-3:00pmMap It
      11:00amRyan Dilmore
      11:40amJaden Larue
      1:00pmSeverin Browne
      1:40pmChauncey Bowers
      2:20pmMarina V



      presented by Zona Rosa Coffee

      119 W. Colorado Blvd.

      6:00pm-9:00pmMap It
      6:00pmDitch Party & Friends featuring Wil-dog, Justin Poree, Mark Cross & Dimitris Jimmy Mahlis



      Stars & Streetlamps Independent Stage – Club 54

      54 E. Colorado Blvd.

      12:00pm-7:30pmMap It
      12:00pmImagine That
      1:00pmMal Practice
      2:30pmVally Vicious
      3:00pmRoyal Gambling Club
      4:00pmBig Rob The Champ + Delta 9 MCs
      4:30pmUproar Nation
      5:10pmGolden State Union
      5:50pmCookbook of L.A. Symphony
      6:30pmScarub of Living Legends



      Vertical Wine Bistro

      70 N. Raymond Ave.

      7:00pm-9:00pmMap It
      7:00pmJoachim Nordensson



      Zona Rosa Caffe

      15 S. El Molino Ave.

      6:00pm-9:00pmMap It
      6:00pmDepartment of Walter & Power
      featuring Dean O’Leary



      The 35er Bar Stage
      presented by Rock N Roll Industries Magazine

      70 S. Raymond Avenue

      1:00pm-10:00pmMap It
      1:00pmFloor Plan
      2:00pmJohnny Stachela Band
      3:00pmSkin Mask
      4:00pmChelsea and the Traveling Band
      5:00pmInside Riot
      6:00pmThe Last Gang
      7:00pmDivide the Day
      8:00pmSwitchblade 3

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