The bands are starting to play in Fullerton.
Music acts will be performing throughout the city all afternoon and into the night for the third annual Day of Music Fullerton.
Communities around the world celebrate June 21, the summer solstice, with Fete de La Musique, or World Music Day. Fullerton’s festival is featuring more than 150 acts spread across dozens of venues around town.
Black Hole Records, Fullerton College and Plummer Auditorium are a few places visitors can go throughout the day to hear free music.
Performances are scheduled until 10 p.m., with bagpipe player Tucker Fleming scheduled to play at Villa Del Sol at sunset.
In addition to performances, music education sessions are planned, an exhibit featuring the work of several female artists and a screening of VIREO, a made-for-TV-and-online opera, followed by a Q&A with members of the production team and cast.
To see the full lineup, visit thedayofmusic.com.
— Brian Whitehead (@bwhitehead3) June 21, 2017
If you go:
(Performances are planned throughout the city, including in parking lots, restaurants and churches.)
The line-up for a couple of select stages are:
Villa Del Sol, 305 N. Harbor Blvd., started at 12:30…