Princeton University holds its annual Summer Annual Carillon Concert Series(link is external) takes place on Sundays at 1 pm. The Carillon is a musical instrument of 23 or more bells that when sounded produce music. Carillon bells are hung stationary with only the clapper moving against the lip of the bell. It is manually played from a console with both fists and feet activating batons and pedals attached to the clappers through mechanical linkage. There is no electronic assistance to ring the bells. Concerts are held rain or shine.
Attendees are to maintain social and physical distancing practices on the south lawn of the Graduate College.