Seaside Amphitheater a work in progress

Published: Thursday, February 13, 2014 at 03:54 PM.

Concrete parking pads, in place since the "Truman Show" days, will be removed and brick pavers put in their places. The area will also be widened to make more room for the farmer's market to set up each Saturday.

While founder Robert Davis' original vision included a tower as tall as 100 feet adjacent to the amphitheater, no modifications are planned for the stage area at this time.

"A final decision has not been made as to if/when the tower will be built or its location," said Smith.

The enhancement project began in mid-January and was originally slated for completion by spring break, but delays are possible due to the rainy winter, said Smith. She could not offer a cost estimate of the project.

This is the second project involving the amphitheater in the last few years. The Seaside Post Office was relocated closer to County Road 30A and an expansion of the amphitheater stage was complete in 2010.

" Seaside appreciates our guests’ patience while we work on this project and we welcome all locals and guests to continue doing business with Seaside merchants and restaurants," she said.


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