BANGOR – Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion will look different once it’s open for concerts again.
According to Alex Gray of the waterfront concerts, the pavilion will have new bathrooms and premium amenities, including suites and clubs.
He said there will also be accommodations for people with disabilities and sight line and audio quality improvements.
Construction began in January, but it was put on hold due to COVID-19.
“People obviously are really excited about getting back to concerts,” Gray said. “We’re very excited about getting back under construction, and that’s probably gonna be happening sooner than later.”
Gray said they are looking to state and city officials for guidance on when it will be safe to open to the public again, but he hopes to be able to have socially distanced events next summer.
In the meantime, the workers are finishing construction on Gray’s new restaurant, bar and club, Kanu, in Old Town, which he said will be opening within the next month.