Jazz on inside the Place 10 06 2010
When winter comes what are the people who liked Jazz in the park supposed to do?
What I propose is created a thin walled building structure somewhat cheaply like how a metal barn is constructed. It could even be made to be readily disassembled in the spring. High ceiling panels could have some break proof glass in them.
This could be called “Jazz on Inside the Place”
Where could we put this? How about on the Summerfest Grounds. Not Miller Park because they would want to charge for even though the taxpayers already paid, it would cost too much to heat.
If solar panels where added to the roof it would be self-sufficient in terms of energy, as electricity produced from the solar panels could be stored in battery technology like that of ZBB a Menomonee Falls corporation. It is started to sound like a more permanent structure.
State Fair Park is too far west.
God only knows what is held in our Mecca convention hall today.
The Bradley center is too cramped as is the auditorium.
This structure would have to be placed on pavement structure, and have to be in the city of Milwaukee. Therefor the baron Northridge Grounds would not work.
The area where Rank and Son Buick was?It is definitely an idea whose time has come, “Jazz on Inside the Place.”
Criteria that would have to be met:
1. Area as large as Cathedral Square
2. Enclosed structure heated, so noone goes home with a cold
3. Should be ample parking. Jazz in the park has street parking and sometimes you have to walk six blocks but it is still not too bad, so parking would not have to be any better than this.
4. Fourth and final criteria, IT MUST ALWAYS BE FREE AND DECRIED TO BE FREE FOR ITS ENTIRE EXISTANCE
Late addition: In the summer it could be used as a green house. A Chinese company now has solar panels that are made for greenhouses.
Thomas Paul Murphy
Copyright 2010 Thomas Paul Murphy
Originally Published on 10 06 2010 at: