This year, La Maison de la Radio and especially France Inter has decided to celebrate Make Music Day as it should be, even though the edition 2020 will be much different. And for good reason, because of the health crisis, gatherings remain highly controled, and budding musicians will not take over Paris streets on June 21.
But France Inter has decided to take over - like the previous years - the legenday Olympia stage, for an exclusive day to enjoy on Sunday June 21, 2020, from 11 a.m. Because of the health crisis, this event will have no audience, but air live from the Parisian venue all day long on France Inter radio waves as well as on the radio's social networks.
On the occasion, France Inter hits hard with concerts by Louise Attaque, Pomme, Katerine, and Etienne de Crécy!
Le 21 juin, France Inter investit l’ @OLYMPIAHALL pour y célébrer la #FeteDeLaMusique, avec le @CreditMutuel ! 🎵
Au programme :
► 11h / @Pommeofficial
► 18h / @LouiseAttaqueOf
► 21h / Katerine
► 22h / DJ set d’ @etiennedecrecy
Plus d'informations ⤵️ https://t.co/gTtzvMXAlN pic.twitter.com/xikaLpxCGm
— France Inter (@franceinter) June 15, 2020
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Dates and Opening Time
On 21 June 2020
Starts at 11 a.m.
28 Boulevard des Capucines
75009 Paris 9