Sixth annual Drone Day on Saturday, May 25
Every year we make a noise together that stretches around the world.
Drone Day is an annual global celebration of drone music and community. Drone Day continues to grow in its sixth year, stretching from Dawson City (Canada) to Victoria (Australia).
Musical drones are sustained sounds, notes, or tone clusters. Drones can be made electronically with computers or synthesisers and acoustically with instruments like the tanpura, hardanger fiddle, sho, hurdy-gurdy, bagpipes and the human voice.
Over 50 events and gatherings celebrating Drone Day will take place on Saturday, May 25, 2019. Droners with diverse circumstances and backgrounds collaborate together around the world.
“We need connection. We’re plugged into everything all the time. But we’re disconnected in every way that matters.
Drones are inherently collaborative and Drone Day is a day of connection.
We invite you to drone with us.
Everyone is welcome. We drone together once a year, making a noise together that stretches around the world."
Drone Day celebrations are all locally and independently organized. Gatherings can occur anywhere: on rooftops, in transit stations, on street corners, or in people’s homes.
2019 celebrations include:
For more information about Drone Day, including a growing list of Drone Day celebrations, visit droneday.org.