Eastbourne Bandstand

4.6/5 based on 1393 reviews
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Great time at the 1812 Brass Band concert followed by brilliant fireworks. Well worth going to this annual event. The Bandstand is the busiest in the UK, they have an excellent timetable of weekly events. There is also a bar with a wide selection of hot and cold drinks.
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Great evening listening to a Brass band concert ending with the 1812 overture and fireworks.
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Open air entertainment nestled by the sea. Music acts vary from the 1812 overture to Robbie Williams tribute act.
Wrap up well as you can be frozen by the night sea air
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iconic
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Robbie Williams was terrific, despite struggling with an extremely bad throat, band were terrific, nice too get the full effect when they are on top top form, well done
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When we went there was a man playing guitar and singing in the band stand he did a mix of sixty seventy music was very good got a drink and sat watching was very good afternoon
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Very nice and clean great service on the food and drinks love it
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Shops to get food and drinks are close
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Eastbourne Silver Band Member (Cornet)
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Just returned to our hotel after a fantastic evening at the Bandstand and a grand finale fire work display. Well done to you all.
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Excellent entertainment...!
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Great place to sit and reminisce. xx
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Nice place, clean.
You can't breathe in the toilet due to the strong smell of urine inside.
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Art deco bandstand extraordinaire!
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Clean. Plenty of seats. Lovely part of the seaside! And plenty of shows.
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Great
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‘The busiest bandstand on Planet Earth’ still proclaims the advertising material. Built to the design of the Council Engineer Leslie Rosevere in 1935 it is certainly an unique semi-circular structure built in different colours of faience with a domed roof over an arena with two balconies seating up to 3500 but far fewer in these challenging times. A notice confirmed all shows scheduled up to and including June 19th had been cancelled. One wonders whether any shows will start then. For the moment the rows of velvet covered seats in the arena stand idle.
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Was closed but the bar is open until 16.30.
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Will be great when live music can resume.
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No bands but the bars open!
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Really lovely place and relaxing.
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If you can't find a pair of comfortable, smart, reasonably priced shoes here, you won't find them anywhere!
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Great place, and good food
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