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Normandale Lake Bandshell
A crowd of music lovers sits on the grass and listens to a bandshell concert.
Normandale Lake Park's recreational services include a bandshell and park shelter, which host up to 35 events annually. The bandshell is primarily used for Arts in the Parks programs, including Bloomington Fine Arts Council events. A limited number of rental opportunities may exist on a space-available basis.
The bandshell was designed by Foundation Architects / Consultants P.A. in the spring of 2001. It is located on the north side of Normandale Lake and can accommodate crowds from 100 to over 5,000 spectators.
Amenities include a covered, 53 x 35-foot stage; sound and lighting system; meeting room; dressing rooms; and public restrooms on the exterior of the building. Restrooms are open year-round for use by walkers and joggers.
For more information on the Normandale Lake Bandshell, check out the following:
Arts in the Parks programs
All of our programs are completely free of charge and open to the public. To discover more about our Arts in the Parks options please follow the links below.
For a complete schedule of all Arts in the Parks programs please see our brochure (coming soon!) or view our Parks and Recreation calendar of events.
For more information on the Normandale Lake Bandshell and rentals, contact:
Bloomington Parks and Recreation Division