bandstand bandstand  /ˈbænd ˌstænd/


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



  1. In the tented area behind the bandstand, musicians who had finished playing for the final night of Newport's third jazz festival were packing their instruments and saying goodbye.
  2. It has a bandstand, Symphony Hall; a library, the Athenaeum.
  3. On the bandstand, Cannonball looked like a large, comfortable Buddha, sleepily contemplating some secret pleasure.


  1. PHOTO GALLERY: Waterspout in Rehoboth

    Loading Photo Galleries ... Wild Weather in Rehoboth Beach on Friday evening included a Rainbow, Waterspout and Ominous Looking Clouds from a fast moving pop-up storm forced visitors to take cover, and a bandstand concert to be cut short.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Delaware Coast Press

  2. ‘American Bandstand’

    Members of the Brenham Children’s Chorus tour choir rehearse the choreography to “American Bandstand,” Thursday afternoon at the Community Education Building. The chorus will be traveling to Columbus, Ga. to sing at the Springer Opera house and to Orlando, Fla. to sing at Disney World and participate in the Disney Sings Workshop Monday through June 23.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Brenham Banner-Press

  3. Christened bandstand has busy concert series planned

    HARPSWELL — The dedication program for the bandstand at Mitchell Field will be held on Father’s Day, June 16, at 2 p.m. A feature of the festivities will be a concert by the newly organized Harpswell Concert Band, whose sole mission is to play for this dedication, and for future concerts at the bandstand. The band is under the direction of Robert S. Modr. read more
    on June 14, 2013     Source: The Times Record

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  1. "Without Bandstand, without Dick, there would be no American Idol," said Simon Cowell, who is leaving the show to bring X Factor to Fox TV.
    on Jun 28, 2010 By: Simon Cowell Source: BBC News

  2. "He was great. He was incredible. I mean, I'll never forget the image of seeing Buddy Holly up on the bandstand," Dylan told the Rolling Stone in 1984.
    on Jan 24, 2009 By: Bob Dylan Source: Minneapolis Star Tribune

  3. "Dick Clark is the father of American music television, and the prospect of the two of us working together to bring 'American Bandstand' back to all its former glory, while giving it a 21st-century twist, is very exciting indeed," Fuller said in...
    on May 26, 2004 By: Simon Fuller Source: San Diego Union Tribune

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