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The American Music Landmarks Project seeks to help young music fans everywhere explore unique opportunities to engage with the living blueprint of our national soundtrack and the dividing and democratizing impacts of music and architecture in US history.

This Civic Season, we are excited to invite Gen Z to help us kick off our latest initiative, “Mixtape250: A Greatest Hits Celebration of Music Landmarks” for America’s 250th Birthday in 2026!

Email us at info@musiclandmarks.org with your suggestions for locations, artists, genres and/or eras you would like to see represented in our party playlist of places across the country that have been activated as music heritage sites and civic storytelling mediums. We’ll help you identify a remote/virtual or on-site Civic Season opportunity to connect with a music landmark near you!

Activity Type:

Social Activity, Solo Activity, In Person, Virtual, Outdoor, Indoor

Level:

beginner-friendly

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