Ribbon cutting held for Lucerne Park Amphitheater

(L to R): Scott Wiley, Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce member relations manager; Warsaw Parks and Recreation Board members Larry Ladd, Diane Quance, Jill Beehler; Bob Lyions, Roche Constructors; Parks Board member Michelle Boxell; Mike Bradford, Bradford’s Outdoor Creations; Parks Superintendent Larry Plummer; Kim Bradford, Bradford’s Outdoor Creations; Shaun Gardner, Parks maintenance director; Ryan Hoffman, Lake City Bank, Chamber ambassador; Travis Julian, MetroNet, Chamber Ambassador; Monica Boyer, Ketomom Coaching, Chamber ambassador; Cindy Dobbins, Warsaw Common Council member; Heather Smith, 1st Source Bank, Chamber ambassador; and Rob Parker, Chamber president and CEO. (Photo: Nick Deranek/News Now Warsaw)

A ribbon cutting was held Wednesday morning to celebrate the new Lucerne Park Amphitheater.

Warsaw Parks Superintendent Larry Plummer started off the ceremony talking about the first amphitheater that was built nearly 40 years ago:

The Amphitheatre sits six rows high and can fit up to 280 people next to Pike Lake. Plummer says it will be a great amenity to public where weddings, concerts, church services and more can be held. Due to the current COVID restrictions, only gatherings up to 150 people can be held. A wedding is already set to take place on July 4th, with a church service the next day.

If you are looking to hold an event there, you can call the Parks office or book online through the park website.