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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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Mr Sargeant said: "I'm delighted to mark the official opening of the Aberystwyth Bandstand.
Next week, city councillors will discuss multi-million-pound proposals for a new bandstand, landscaping and visitor facilities.
The Friends of Greenhead Park are also keen to promote use of the bandstand and would welcome contact from any potential performers.
The Bandstand Festival is commissioned by Liverpool City Council and co-ordinated by Open Culture which aims to engage members of the public with art and culture.
The planning request from The Friends of the Pump Room Gardens and Warwick District Council is a first step in the process of restoring the bandstand to its original appearance.
The scheme included the installation of a Victorian-style bandstand, which is now ready to welcome musicians.
Sirard starts the evening with a welcome, and then there is a countdown before members of the Oxford High School Naval Junior ROTC flip the switch to light a festive tree and bandstand, decorated the weekend before by Boy Scout Troop 147.
The remaining Oxford Bandstand concerts will include the Jo-Ann Dumas Trio Aug.
The bandstand was shut in 1999 and fell into trouble, after it was built in 1924 by the Glasgow Corporation Parks department.
To start the transformation, about 60 young people aged 16 and 17 have already been involved in designing and painting a mural on the bandstand, which depicts Bedlington's history.
On an even more positive note, it's remarkable how undamaged the brickside of the bandstand is.
Llandudno Town band, with music director Clive Wolfendale, take part in The Bandstand Marathon yesterday, joining bands all over the UK Picture: HADYN IBALL