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amphitheater

(am″fĭ-thē′ă-tĕr) [ amphi- + theater]
An auditorium with tiers of seats around it for students and other observers.
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Macauba said members of the Tacloban city police ordnance division and K-9 were also deployed at Balyu-an Amphitheater.
Bosra amphitheater is carved on basalt stones according to the architectural style of the Hellenistic amphitheaters.
May 31 - Coastal Credit Amphitheater in Raleigh, NC
The venue is to be replaced by a $50 million amphitheater, also bearing the American Family name, by 2020.
are among the musical acts that will perform in the C Spire Concert Series at the Brandon Amphitheater after the facility opens in April.
The Amphitheater at Coney Island Boardwalk, the cornerstone of the state-of-the-art Seaside Park and Community Arts Center developed by iStar, in partnership with Coney Island USA, will have its grand opening in July 2016 bringing New York City a new outdoor live entertainment venue.
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Ascend Federal Credit Union has entered into a multi-year partnership with Live Nation Entertainment that gives it the naming rights to a new amphitheater in downtown Nashville, Tenn., the credit union announced today.
On his part, Al Sheikh expressed his pleasure in joining the production and said that this will be his second collaboration with Al Majaz Amphitheater after the "Clusters of Light", a large theatrical production which took place last year, commending Sharjah for being the host of such grand cultural events.
Tanner lived a remarkable life, and upon his death in 1927 was buried in Arlington National Cemetery, just a few yards from the Old Amphitheater.
7, a key phase of a revitalization plan was announced: the construction of a new amphitheater.