Singer Bowl

The open-air stadium that seated 15,000 people was used for a variety of events. It was paved in green macadam, had lights for night use, a movable stage 60 feet long and dressing room facilities for 200 performers. During the fair it hosted the 1964 Olympic trials, folk festivals, Judo and Karate exhibitions, etc.

The Singer Company had a series of displays under the grandstand. There was the latest in fashions and fabrics, do-it-yourself sewing projects and a sampling of Singer products. These ranged from sewing machines to typewriters, vacuum cleaners and computing devices.

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