With his saxophone in tow, Arcade Fire’s frontman Win Butler led a second line parade at the Sundance Film Festival to celebrate T.G. Herrington’s documentary “A Tuba to Cuba,” about New Orlean’s Preservation Hall Jazz Band. He was accompanied by the famed band, who regaled the dancing crowd with their trombones, trumpets, tubas, drums, and singing, “Come on, keep your head up.”

Butler and his bandmate and wife, Regine Chassagne, along with the Preservation Hall Jazz Band, were among participants in Salesforce’s Make Change, a new series that celebrates music as a platform for change. It took place this past weekend during the festival in Park City, Utah.

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