If you’ve been to the Piano Bar, you’ll have heard the violins that were used during the band’s first two concerts.
This year, the band is planning to play four shows at the space, which is owned by the city of Orlando, and the staff will be putting out new instruments this year.
You can see more photos of the violin sound posts below.
The sound posts are at The Piano Bar (near Lake Eola Blvd and NW 9th Ave), on the first floor of the Orlando Convention Center (at the top of the escalator) and at the Orlando Museum of Contemporary Art (at NW 12th Ave and NW 13th Ave).
The concert will take place on June 27.
Here’s the official lineup for the viola sound posts.
The Orlando Violin Sound Post The PianoBar will also be bringing out a new sound post in 2019, called the Tres Porcupinos.
The Tres porcupinos, which are made of bamboo, are made for musicians and pianists to play and sing.
The piano posts will be made from recycled materials, and will cost $25.
The violins will be available for purchase at The Music Store, at the Music Hall (on the first level of the Convention Center) and the Music Store.
The pianist and viola post will be open 7 p.m. to 10 p.pm.
The Music Hall is also the location of the bandstand, which has been the venue for many Orlando concerts.
The bands will also have a new space for acoustic shows.
The music store will have a selection of new instruments and a new bar, and there will be a food truck for patrons to enjoy.
Check out photos of this year’s viola posts below: The Orlando Piano Bar | Orlando Music Store | Orlando Museum Of Contemporary Art | Orlando Contemporary Arts | The MusicHall