Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Ted Leo to play for free at 2nd annual 'Make Music Philly' event

In celebration of National Music Day, Make Music Philly will host its 2nd annual free daylong event with a lineup of great musical talent, highlighted by performances from Ted Leo and Lee Fields & The Expressions.

Ted Leo to play for free at 2nd annual ‘Make Music Philly’ event

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Ted Leo of Ted Leo and the Pharmacists performs during the CMJ Free Day Party at Public Assembly on October 23, 2010 in New York City.
Ted Leo of Ted Leo and the Pharmacists performs during the CMJ Free Day Party at Public Assembly on October 23, 2010 in New York City. Getty Images

In celebration of National Music Day, Make Music Philly will host its 2nd annual free daylong event with a lineup of great musical talent, highlighted by performances from Ted Leo and Lee Fields & The Expressions.

On Saturday, June 21, Philadelphia will be joining over 500 other cities across the globe to celebrate music’s impact on everyone’s lives. The festival brings together almost 200 amateur and professional musicians to play at various locations around the city.

Ted Leo will help close out the day at the Great Plaza at Penn’s Landing at 7:15 p.m., followed by Lee Fields at 8:15 p.m. More information on performers, times, and locations, please visit makemusicphilly.org.

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