MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — You may notice some brightly colored pianos around downtown Minneapolis if you’re out and about. It’s all part of the “Pianos on Parade” event.

Twenty-five brightly colored pianos have been placed around the center of the city.

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“They are available for people to play, or listen to someone else play,” Leah Wong, of the Downtown Council, said.

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Each of the pianos is designed by a local artist.

Every Tuesday, they will have a real pianist play over the noon hour.

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You can find out more about the locations of the pianos by clicking here.