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a platform where a (brass) band can play in the open air

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Guest speaker Paul Rabbitts, parks expert and author of Bandstands of Britain, is providing the illustrated talk at Greenhead Park.
For the Bandstand Festival in Sefton Park GAVIN TRAFFORD 080815BANDSTAND_05
THE Liverpool International Music Festival has taken over the city's historic bandstands.
Beaumont Park once boasted two timber bandstands, but now only the stone base of one of them remains.
Headline performers across the three bandstands include KOF, Natalie McCool and MiC Lowry.
It started life as a reaction to British bandstands falling into disrepair, and has become a breeding ground for new music and talent.
As bandstands emerged during the Victorian era due to the British brass band movement gaining popularity.
AS heritage lottery money has been poured into the rejuvenation of North East parks, it is the bandstands which have been among the first features to be restored.
BANDSTANDS are a distinctive feature of public parks and seaside promenades all over Britain.
They were the only band representing North Wales in the most widespread Cultural Olympiad event in the UK, where 120 bandstands are used to entertain the public to free concerts.
Born and raised in Pennsylvania, Hafer left there in 1949 to join the jazz band of Charlie Barnet and see the world from a multitude of bandstands.
Remarkably, its design was the result of McLaughlins' widespread collaboration -- with local primary children, whose ideas for bandstands were incorporated, and with structural and acoustic engineers to find a form that would project sound without distortion and resist the huge winds which buffet the site.
More than 50 acts will take to the Sefton and Stanley Park bandstands for a month-long celebration of some of the city's best musical talent.
He has two bandstands in his memory in Australia, but none in Dewsbury.
From 1-5pm, bandstands in Blyth, Darlington, Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Redcar, Saltburn, South Shields, Stockton, Sunderland and Whitley Bay will host bands, choirs and performers.