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Kelvingrove Park Bandstand
Scotland

The bandstand within Kelvingrove Park was built in 1924 and designed by James Millar.

It was a popular location for outdoor music, especially the Free Music Festivals sponsored by Glasgow's Radio Clyde, until it became neglected and vandalised around 1995.

Currently there are a few organisations working to seek to restore the bandstand and also bring back the free music festivals.

A website has been set up to try to compile archive materials and maintain a lasting record of the music festivals at www.kelvingrovefestival.co.uk.

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Copyright: Billy Hepburn
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