example: https://goo.gl/maps/S5AWU1AtuLWg4FrV6 what about theatre:type=open_air ?

asked 24 Mar '20, 16:12

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edited 24 Mar '20, 16:21

Probably leisure=bandstand with building=roof.

I think theatre:type=open_air would be a bit more substantial/permanent structure both for the stage and the seating.

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answered 24 Mar '20, 21:39

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thanks, it makes sense.

(25 Mar '20, 13:42) mtbboy1993

what about something like this stage? https://www.facebook.com/637721379602479/photos/a.715327848508498/715328731841743/?type=3&theater I guess it would be amenity=bandshell

(25 Mar '20, 13:45) mtbboy1993

The staging for that one looks a bit more toward an open air theatre than the first, but it also looks like it is probably temporary and temporary things aren't normally mapped.

(26 Mar '20, 02:14) InsertUser

the second is not temporary, it's permanent stage, it's an concert venue.the stage it self is permanent. but no permanent seating or speaker setup.

(14 Apr '20, 11:28) mtbboy1993
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