World Music Day Quick Facts
|World Music Day ()
|21 June 1982
World Music Day Brief
Every year on 21st June "World Music Day" is celebrated all over the world. World Music Day is also known as Fte de la Musica. It means a music festival. Apart from World Music Day, it is also known as Music Festival.
World Music Day History
The first World Music Day was celebrated for the first time in France on 21 June 1982, in order to always keep peace in the world, the credit of which goes to the then Minister of Culture, Mr. Jacques Low Earlier, Joel Cohen, a musician from America, talked about celebrating this day in the year 1976. World Music Day is celebrated in a total of 110 countries (Germany, Italy, Egypt, Syria, Morocco, Australia, Vietnam, Congo, Cameroon). , Mauritius, Fiji, Colombia, Chile, Nepal, and Japan etc.).
World Music Day Objective
The Objective of celebrating World Music Day is to make people aware of music in different ways so that people's faith is not lost from music. The purpose of celebrating this is to bring together experts and new artists on one platform, apart from creating propaganda of music in different ways. Around the world, many events promoting music and fine arts are organized on this day.