Bandshell Renovation Continues Cultural Hot Streak for North Beach
|Courtesy City of Miami Beach|
|How the bandshell got its groove back.|
Not even two months after the Byron Carlyle Theater got a major boost with news that award-winning Broward Stage Door was expanding and moving to the theater - they've already had a successful run of Suds - the neighborhood scored another cultural victory with news that a completely renovated North Shore Bandshell will be reopening Sept. 9.
|North Beach will be rocking.|
The City of Miami Beach paid for the improvements and as cities like to do they'll be holding a (wait for it...) a ribbon cutting ceremony at 7 p.m. to remind us that no matter how cool the bandshell might now be, government can still make something look lame with a goofy ribbon cutting event. (We do look forward to seeing those huge scissors popular during such ceremonies and will be disappointed if they use regular size ones.)
|Watch a movie at renovated bandhsell on Sept. 9.|
The ribbon cutting ceremony for the North Beach Bandshell (7275 Collins Ave., Miami Beach) takes place at 7 p.m. with the Movie in the Park screening at 7:30 p.m. Call 305-673-7730 or visit miamibeachparks.com.
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