Seattle Parks and Recreation will host a public meeting at Miller Community Center on next steps for the Volunteer Park Amphitheater Project. Come learn about the construction schedule, meet the design team, see the updated schematic drawings and get your questions answered!
The Seattle Park District Major Projects Challenge Fund provides $900,000 in funding to move the community-initiated Volunteer Park Amphitheater Replacement project forward through the final design phase and construction.
The existing amphitheater is not accessible to folks of all ages and abilities and is lacking as a performance venue. The new amphitheater will be fully accessible, have overhead weather and sun protection for the performers and include public restrooms.
Please join Seattle Parks and Recreation, Volunteer Park Trust and your neighbors to learn more about this project. We will re-introduce the design team, provide a design update and review next steps for the amphitheater. At our previous meeting in August 2018, the Volunteer Park Trust presented the amphitheater design studies to the community and received valuable feedback. The amphitheater design is based on extensive outreach with the community, and input from the Friends of Seattle Olmsted Parks and the Landmarks Preservation Board.