Designed to deliver a diverse array of live music performances to the public – for free – Make Music Pasadena is a one-day festival that takes over the streets of Downtown Pasadena. You'll find five main stages hosting a huge variety of bands and performers, playing everything from indie rock and alternative R&B to jazz, Latin fusion and experimental electro. Along with the five main stages, there will be 30 additional venues spread across 20 blocks of Downtown Pasadena, including Old Town and the Playhouse District. The city's parks, churches, museums, libraries, bars, restaurants and rooftops all provide an eclectic setting for the festival, and a uniquely urban vibe. Best of all – it's completely free to attend. This year's event is the 8th Annual Make Music Pasadena festival, and it takes place from 11AM to 11PM on Saturday, June 6. Expect to hear award-winning artists with celebrated careers, along with up-and-coming local musicians looking for their place in the sun. Heading up the lineup is How To Dress Well, a Chicago-born singer-songwriter known for lo-fi R&B, and alternative electronics. Other notable acts include Sir Sly, Kaleo, Kishi Bashi, Hundred Waters, Nick Waterhouse, Caroline Smith, Lydia Ainsworth, Avid Dance, Making Movies, LA Takedown and the Mudbug Brass Band. Over 50,000 people are expected to attend this dynamic city festival. While you're there, you'll find plenty of places to eat, drink and be merry in Pasadena. Sidewalk cafes, cool lounges, casual restaurants and ethnic eateries abound. Make a day of it at Make Music Pasadena.