The Music Festival in the Congo Democratic Republic is a public event that’s celebrated every year on June 21st. It’s a part of the Make Music event that was first launched in France in 1982 and has now been held in over 120 countries around the world.
This holiday allows every single musician, despite their level of competency, their age, or their musical persuasion, to play their type of music at parks, plazas, and streets all over the country. And best of all, it’s completely open to the public and free, so everyone can enjoy the international language of music.
Some Random Facts About Music
Okay, we’re not going to do a holiday in which we aren’t going to at least cover an aspect of it, and that’s why we’ve decided to list some of the random facts we know about music. After all, the Music Festival celebrates music on a widespread basis, so we all should know more about it.
- On average, musicians have shorter lifespans than non-musicians.
- In 2016, Mozart sold more CDs than any other musician, living or dead.
- Listening to music can increase a person’s physical performance.
- One of the largest free concerts ever held was held in 1993 by Rod Stewart in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Observing The Music Festival In The Congo Democratic Republic
Many of the main events of this holiday take place in the capital of DR Congo, Kinshasa. This city is home to over 12-million people, and not only the native residents but people all over the Congo show up to observe this holiday. Of course, the Music Festival is also held in other smaller locations around the country, so just about everyone can enjoy this holiday.