Walt Disney Amphitheater
The Walt Disney Amphitheater was donated to the City of Orlando by the Walt Disney Company in 1989. An outdoor venue and stage, it’s an excellent site for public events, community plays, dance performances, outdoor movie showings, and free concerts. The look of the theatre reflects the beach scene of 1950s Florida. The bandshell was built in a retro design with a scallop-shaped facade, and from above, the amphitheatre seating also fans out from the bandshell in a scallop shape. The theatre underwent a renovation in 2007 to improve the sound and projection capabilities, and expanded its seating capacity to 1,157. This was done in the hopes of making the theatre more available to bigger acts. The Walt Disney Amphitheater complements the Lake Eola scene providing a great view of the cityscape and the Lake Eola Fountain. The theatre is a locale for holiday events including Christmas shows and seating for the Fourth of July fireworks in Downtown Orlando. The Walt Disney Amphitheater is located lakeside at Lake Eola.
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