Go Outside: Here’s the full lineup for the free Make Music Festival today in Harvard Square

Just a few short weeks after Mayfair, Harvard Square is rolling out another free, all-day, all-ages music celebration today with the 8th Annual Make Music Festival, which brings about 60 performers of various genres to 10 stages. It starts at 2 p.m. and features Parlour Bells, the Rationales, Kate Diaz, Post Modern Authors, the Life Electric, OldJack, and dozens of others.

“Make Music Harvard Square is inspired by the ‘Fête de la Musique,’ a street-music festival which was started 34 years ago in Paris,” reads the promo on harvardsquare.com. “The ‘Fête de la Musique’ is now celebrated, under many names, in more than 700 cities in 120 countries, from London to Beijing to Buenos Aires. Harvard Square is proud to be a part of this worldwide celebration!”

Here’s the full schedule, which ends just in time to catch Lower Dens at the nearby Sinclair:

Winthrop Park ( 89 Winthrop Street)
2pm Angry Toddlers
3pm April Peters
4pm The Coteries
5pm Juice
6pm Christopher Heller
7pm Sasha Papernik
8pm The Dan Searl Group
9pm The Social #11

Brattle Plaza Stage (in front of Hidden Sweets, 25 Brattle Street)
2:15-3:15pm The Rationales
3:30-4:30pm Parlour Bells
4:45-5:45pm Nate Leavitt
6:00-7:00pm Oldjack
7:15-8:15pm The Inebriations
8:30-9:30pm The Life Electric

The Pit (by the Out-Of-Town News Kiosk)
2pm Emmarie
3pm A Cold Lonesome Nowhere
4pm Mike Hasting Band
5pm Sultans of Sax
6pm The Boston City Singers
7pm The New Englanders
8pm The People’s Party
9pm Billy Wine

Harvard Book Store (1256 Mass Ave)
2pm New School of Music
3pm Nobody’s Coming to Dinner
4pm The Splinters
5pm Dugway
6pm Fourshadow
8pm Jenna Lotti Duo
9pm Los Border Coyotes

Liquiteria (1440 Mass Ave)
2pm Henry Acker Gypsy Jazz Trio
3pm Post Modern Authors
4pm Guillermo Ortiz Trio
5pm The Inebriations
6pm Rob Carlson
7pm Jenna Lotti Duo
8pm Trail Mix
9pm Casey Buckley

The COOP (1400 Mass Ave)
2pm Yousif Yaseen
4pm Jay Kila (Manhattan’s Most Wanted)
5pm Ryan LaPerle
6pm Ty Openshaw
7pm Izzy Heltai
8pm Kenneth Ruetenik

Palmer Street
2pm TickleJuice
6:30pm Albion Heights

Dado Tea (50 Church Street)
4pm Ty Openshaw
5pm Florie Namir
7pm Marie Chabot
8pm Marie Chabot

Grafton Street (1230 Mass Ave)
2pm Anastasia Markov
3pm Molly Reinhold
4pm Bill Scorzari
5pm Izzy Heltai
6pm Kate Diaz
7pm Casey Buckley
8pm Casey Buckley

Charlie’s Kitchen (10 Eliot Street)
2pm Fable Grazer
3pm The Introverts
4pm Students from Cambridge Suzuki School of Music
5pm Gracie Van Brunt
7pm John Purcell, alto saxophone, and Michael Ball, bass, 1940s jazz
9pm The Brett Walberg Group