Panhandle Bandshell

The Panhandle Bandshell built in San Francisco’s in 2007 by CMG (Conger Moss Guillard landscape architecture) is a nearly all reclaimed/repurposed materials amphitheatre. With the goal of educating about recycling, creating a free performance space, and installing a working piece of art the Bandshell truly wears many hats. Made from 65 used car hoods, reclaimed wood including French doors, old circuit boards for decoration, 3,000 plastic water bottles, and recycled steal. The Pandhandle Bandshell was built with a modular design so it could be broken down for transportation and rebuilt in a new location.

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