Make Music Day is a grassroots DIY festival of music that takes place on 21 June each year. Anyone can perform or organise an event as long as it's free for the public to attend.

Events take place in venues and public spaces, from town squares to libraries, bandstands to school halls, pubs to train stations. On 21 June 2019 over 1,200 free performances took place across the UK, reaching live and digital audiences of more than 140,000 people.

Making Music Scotland has organised three network meetings to help you plan your involvement on the big day. It's an opportunity for musicians of all genres of music, professional or amateur, young or old, music groups, arts organisations, community organisations, venues, businesses to discuss plans and maybe form some instant partnerships.

Here's when and where they are:

Thursday 13 February, 4-6pm - Scottish Music Centre, City Hall, GLASGOW G1 1NQ

Tuesday 25 February, 4-6pm - Scottish Storytelling Centre, High Street, EDINBURGH EH1 1SR

Thursday 19 March, 4-6pm - The Wighton Heritage Centre, Central Library, DUNDEE DD1 1DB

For more information, and to book your free place, visit https://makemusicday.co.uk/local-network-meetings/