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The 19,316-capacity amphitheatre now has a new food facility, a “Music Pinball Hall of Fame Arcade,” three times more restrooms, new sculptures and a concession building with a grass roof.
The pinball tables are rock ‘n’ roll-themed, with KISS, Rolling Stones, Guns N’ Roses and Dolly Parton motifs. The amphitheatre grounds, which already contain sculptures, now include a 7,500-pound chicken made from farm equipment that was slated for the scrap heap. The new concession building, as part of the venue’s efforts to go green, is LEED-compliant and has a roof of live grass that collects water and avoids runoff, according to a statement.
The Pavilion, which reopened six years ago, is owned by General Growth Properties and is operated, programmed and promoted by
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