Raveonettes, Little Ones to headline free LA festival

Make Music debuts this month

The Raveonettes and The Little Ones will headline a new music festival set to take place just outside of Los Angeles this summer.

Make Music will be held at several venues throughout Pasadena on June 21. The free festival will feature professional and amateur musicians performing alongside one another as part of the French Fête de la Musique initiative.

Also on the bill for the festival are Autolux, Kinky, Dengue Fever, Jesca Hoop and Everest.


Sidewalks, parks, courtyards, alleys, building lobbies and other unconventional performance spaces in Pasadena will become spontaneous musical stages for the day-long festival.

For further information, visit Makemusicpasadena.org.

–By our Los Angeles staff.

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