Arts & Entertainment

First-ever Mega Musicpalooza May 16 at Madison High School


MADISON, NJ - Madison Music & Arts (formerly the Madison Music Association) is pleased to announce Mega Musicpalooza, a free music and art festival in conjunction with the Department of Visual and Performing Arts of the Madison School District, on May 16, from 12p.m. to 4p.m. 

The festival will take place on the grounds of Madison High School, and feature performances by students in grades 4 – 12 on two separate stages. 

Every large performing ensemble in the district, Band, Chorus and Orchestra will be participating. Madison’s own Jerry Vezza will serve as emcee. 

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The public is encouraged to bring blankets and picnics to enjoy on the front lawn of the high school that afternoon.  

The event will end with an original work performed by the combined district bands, orchestras, and choruses.  This work was commissioned specifically for the event through the generosity of the Madison Education Foundation.   

In addition to the performances, there will also be other attractions for guests to enjoy including food concessions, arts and crafts and face painting.  Proceeds from the concessions and arts activities will benefit district arts programs.

Families are encouraged to walk when possible, as 700 students will be performing at this district-wide event.

For more information contact Helen Raymaker, Madison Music & Arts (


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