Midtown Bands Together Event for Donate4Sacramento

Midtown Bands Together

listen: Emily Baime Michaels, Executive Director of Sacramento's Midtown Association.

In an effort to show support to those who are practicing social distancing staying at home and connecting via social media, the Midtown Association and their partners have coordinated having upbeat live music performed in Midtown by members of the City of Trees brass band on Friday, March 27 from noon to 1 p.m.

Members of the City of Trees brass band will play at a variety of key outdoor locations in Midtown to entertain and uplift the community primarily by sharing via social media. The band members will be transported in trucks and will play songs for a few minutes at each location. The live music pop-up is also designed to raise awareness for https://www.sierrahealth.org/donate4sacramento


Start at 21st& N (near Midtown Association office)

28th& L (near Sutter’s Fort & Sutter Hospital)

24th& K (near Golden Bear)

17th& L (near Old Soul)

1050 20thStreet (MARRS Building)

Emily Baime Michaels
Midtown Bands Together

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