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There'll be dancing in the streets and on the Museum lawns this Sunday, 20 June, as visitors and staff join in the celebrations for Exhibition Road Music Day.

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Last year's Exhibition Road revellers enjoying the sounds from the Museum Lane stage

music-day-hands-2009.jpgHere at the Museum, this year you can enjoy the harpist in Central Hall or jig-it-up to spicy jazz and chap-hop from the Museum Lane stage, near the Exhibition Road entrance. We have lots of different musicians performing throughout the day, indoors and outside. Most of the day's events start around midday.

 

Check our Music Day event for details of artists and times.


BBC Blast will also be staging performances from grime collective Roll Deep and other up-and-coming artists.

 

If you're 13-19 years-old you can join some of their creative workshops like a theramin drop-in, or learn about make-up for the stage, film-editing and samba drumming.

 

Some of the sessions are booked up already, but some you can still just drop in to attend. BBC Blast is already at the Museum from now until Sunday.You'll find them in an bbc-blast-cropped.jpgoutside mobile studio at the front of the Museum by the main Cromwell  Road entrance.You can book and find more details on our BBC Blast event details or the BBC Blast website.

 

There are lots of other local museums and cultural institutions taking part in Exhibition Road Music Day, so why not take a look at the website to find out more?

 

Read more about South Kensington's Music Day events and its history on the official Exhibition Road website