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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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The Greenhead Park bandstand will feature in parks expert Paul Rabbitts' talk as part of the History Hour sessions
The recent pounds 165,000 refurbishment to the bandstand has been carried out in partnership between park owners Kirklees Council and the Friends of Beaumont Park volunteer group with funding coming from the Heritage Lottery.
A fun family event will be held today to herald the opening of Dewsbury's new Wallace Hartley Bandstand.
The building of Central Park's bandstand was not without controversy.
The King George V Coronation Bandstand was built opposite Eastbourne Gardens, replacing an earlier bandstand that was moved to Rockliffe in 1908.
2m revamp of Wallsend parks in North Tyneside, the bandstand in Richardson Dees Park was unavailable because of restoration work.
They play an array of music ranging from classical and jazz to salsa, reggae and calypso and will be performing at Walsall Arboretum Bandstand on Sunday, from 2.
Tomorrow's bandstand guests include the acclaimed ex-circus clown and oneman soul band Rory McLeod performing with voice, harmonica, guitar, trombone, spoons, finger cymbals, bandorea, djembe and tap shoes.
The B-listed bandstand and amphitheatre, in the city's Kelvingrove Park, will cost pounds 500,000 to restore.
His success with 'American Idol' and the vision he brings to television programming is a perfect fit to work with Dick Clark to continue the Bandstand legend.
Their leadership team has developed a marvelous restaurant program, and I'm very pleased to see the American Bandstand Grill adding to its richness and variety.
LIMF Bandstand will launch on the weekend of July 12/13, to coincide with Our Big Gig - a UK-wide celebration of community music.