We've had several questions related to music being played (live, or recorded) in space:
- Music played in space (6 answers)
- How did Sergei Krikalev get (or build) the drum he is shown playing here? (no answers yet)
- Does the Apollo 10 “music” still occur on modern spacecraft? (no answers yet)
- Is there really a radio on Elon Musk's solar-orbiting Tesla Roadster? Can we communicate with it? (1 answer)
- What sort of ambient air density was there when/were Starman/Roadster first started playing Bowie's “Life on Mars” (no answers yet)
- What technical challenges would be playing this LP in (actual) space? (2 answers)
- Question about handling the delay when ISS crew and people on the ground perform together in a live musical event (I can't find this one but I know it's here somewhere)
We've also discovered at least one beverage named after a deep space mission.
But here I'd like to ask about specific musical events on earth connected to deep space spacecraft, especially those associated with notable events, such as flybys of solar system bodies.
Question: Have there ever been live musical events associated with deep-space spacecraft?