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band shell

A sound-reflective construction, usually in the open air, to direct sound from performers on a stage to an audience.
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A band shell is a great idea, but good luck on dealing with all the complaints you're bound to get.
It will be in the same location as the current band shell but rotated 45 degrees facing into the picnic and playground area of the park.
In Abilene, a youngster meanders to one of Eisenhower Park's 1930s limestone picnic tables, where Dad sits in the shade of the century-old trees, tapping his toes to the live music coming from the nearby band shell.
In response to a question, Kathy Ballantyne, Parks and Facilities Manager, explained that $10,000 had been allocated to the Paris Parks Foundation's Lions Park Trail and Band Shell project in the 2011 County Capital Budget, with an additional $10,000 from the Paris Parks Foundation.
PUTNAM - The town will present "Opera al Fresco" at 7:30 tomorrow night at the Rotary Park riverfront band shell on Kennedy Drive, followed at dusk by River Fire on the Quinebaug River.
There's a lot going on here: croquet, a putting green, a band shell, a petting zoo.
From the Butler Band Shell in Lithia Park, the Ashland, Oregon, City Band has been performing Thursday evening concerts for years.
Where: Chicago Blues Festival Grant Park Petrillo Band Shell Media Access: Call contact above to secure media credentials and guidelines for the event.
Additionally, the five-acre site includes a new 1,056-car garage, refurbished band shell, public restrooms, a water park and boat docks along the Intracoastal Waterway.
Guests of the resort will be able to relax by the ocean with a frozen concoction or dance the night way with nightly entertainment at the beachside band shell.
Downtown is oriented around City Park, which has a band shell that actually gets used (a church youth choir sang from its stage on a recent Sunday evening).
When last fall's big earthquake cracked the concourse's band shell, some feared the end of a 108-year-old tradition of free concert-band performances on the site.