“The Glen Huntington Bandshell is a 24 hour, seven days a week, visible symbol of Progressive Boulder, right at one of the most heavily trafficked, crossroads in town. It was built at a time to boost the morale of the community during the Great Depression era. To this day it is an expressive reminder of an optimistic future, even when there are no performers there. Its loss would be a tragedy. I’ve been a licensed architect for over 30 years and can attest that the structure is a timeless design that is as fresh looking today as it was in 1938.”
— Leonard T. Segel