Milwaukee, WI: Emil Blatz Temple of Music

Country: United States of America
State: Wisconsin
City: Milwaukee
Location: Washington Park

Bandshell and open-air park theatre, built 1938 by Fitzhugh Scott. Named in honour of Emil Blatz (of Blatz Brewery) who funded the building. Opened 24 Aug 1938. Used for the "Music Under the Stars" concert series and other events. Up to 8000 seats.

Link: Wikidata

Milwaukee, WI: Emil Blatz Temple of Music Front Text: "Music Under the Stars, Washington Park, Milwaukee, Wis."
Reverse Text: "With a background of the highest influence ... cultural, social and industrial ... Milwaukee has preserved a savory Old World charm unusual for so large a city. Prominent as a gathering place for music lovers is the Blatz Temple, a modern music shell where outstanding artists perform every year in a full summer schedule of concerts, operas and cultural programs."
Publisher: E. C. Kropp, Milwaukee; Natural Color Card; 32804
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
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