PORTLAND — The seventh annual Make Music Portland festival will bring back an event that garnered national attention last year – shower singing.

The schedule for this year’s festival, which runs from 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Friday, June 21, also includes new venues, new performers and free music lessons, many of which are family-friendly.

Make Music Portland, which began in 2013, is the city’s longest-running free music festival, according to organizers.

Along with bucket drumming, circle singing and building instruments, Make Music Portland will again offer its popular shower singing opportunity.

Participants can sing their hearts out while standing behind a shower curtain strung up around a clawfoot bathtub placed in the middle of one of Portland’s downtown parks.

This year’s venues include Monument Square, Congress Square Park, McIntyre Park, Lincoln Park, Tommy’s Park, and Post Office Plaza. For a full schedule see www.makemusicportland.org.

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