North Beach Gazebo/Bandstand
The North Beach Gazebo/Bandstand was built in the summer of 1920 by the City of Racine. The octagonal-shaped brick bandstand sits on a hillside overlooking North Beach. Painted metal railings surround the performance area and steps leading to it. Construction was completed by the City's own workers. The cost was $2,500, less than if contracted which would have been approximately $4,000.
North Beach is Wisconsin's first beach to be designated as a Certified Blue Wave Clean beach by the National Clean Beaches Council.
The Bandstand has been used for weddings and on July 4th, the Racine Concert Band, formed in 1923, has played.