Bandstands [noun]

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The wooded hills rose over the bandstand, against the bright blue sky.

The Casino having been burned down in 1918, the concerts took place under the bandstand in the park.

In the middle was a circular bandstand where greasy musicians fiddled with perspiring zeal.

Gas flared in two concentric circles of flame around the hall and around the central bandstand.

In the grey distance the big bandstand of a watering-place stood up like a giant mushroom with six legs.

Yeovil turned his steps homeward, passing on his way the bandstand with its surrounding acreage of tables.

A political speechmaker occupied the bandstand one night, and they stood for an hour in the midst of the crowd, listening vaguely.

Boy arranged to meet Pierrot in a few moments by the Bandstand and then hurried off to say good-bye to his friends.

At one side of the great wide walk, facing the ocean, was a canopied bandstand.

It was an oval drive, with a bandstand at each end, inclosing a pretty grass plot.