St. Augustine, FL - Stadium seat covers are popular with indoor sports facilities, often used to control seating, cut down on maintenance and clean-up, and even generate revenue through sponsorship. Now the trend is shifting outdoors, specifically at The Amp (formerly the St. Augustine Amphitheatre) in northeastern Florida, where bleacher seat covers are covering sections of seating not under the protective sun sails of the main seating areas.
Built in 1965 to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the founding of St. Augustine, the facility underwent an $8.7-million renovation in the early 2000s and can now seat more than 4,000 spectators. Today, it’s ranked as the No. 3 amphitheatre in the world, drawing visitors to a wide range of musical performances.
Twelve sections of custom tan-colored stadium seat covers arrived in June, crafted from a vinyl-coated mesh fabric that allows air to pass through and prevent billowing on windy days. Varying in size from 40x36 feet to 15x12 feet, the sections cover specific seating areas at the back of the amphitheatre.
Custom bleacher seat covers make it easy to match seating capacity to special events. Whether you want to give the impression of a full house or simply control access to unassigned seats, custom covers offer a cost-effective option.
Posted August 20, 2019