Fête de la Musique | what’s allowed – and what’s not?
Fête de la Musique 2023 – It’s your Fête!
Here you can find out how to get involved and what to look out for.
Thank you for your interest in becoming part of the biggest music festival in the world! Thank you for making it possible for people all over the city to enjoy music on 21 June and celebrate the longest and most musical day of the year together.
How can you participate?
On this page, we are mainly addressing musicians who can play spontaneously on the streets or in a planned way at one of the many music venues. Everyone is welcome to participate, whether you are a professional or a beginner, and regardless of your preferred musical style. You can apply for a slot on a stage/at a music venue via our matchmaking tool, which will go online at the end of January 2023. If you prefer to play spontaneously and unamplified on the street, you can already find the guide for buskers here.
What would the Fête de la Musique be without the numerous music venues all over the city? It doesn’t have to be a perfect festival stage designed for thousands of visitors – a music venue on 21 June can also be a community garden, a youth club, a hairdresser’s salon or a Späti. This information is therefore aimed at people, associations, initiatives, clubs, concert and cultural organisers who would like to organise a music venue. Here you can find out what you need to consider and do, and what we are happy to help you with.
Downloads for Organisers
Guidelines for organizers – duties and rights (PDF)
Sample cooperation agreement – outdoor (PDF)
Instruction sheet first-aid service (PDF)
Downloads for Musicians
Guide for street musicians (PDF)
Tips for inclusion and accessibility
Guide and link list for accessibility at live cultural events (PDF)