The Right Productions who manages Chene Park Amphitheater (owned by the City of Detroit) wants to convey our deepest apology to our good neighbors along the riverfront area in Windsor, Canada for any inconveniences a recent special event (the Ultimate White Party) may have had regarding excessive loud music that could be heard across the Detroit River. In no way it our intent to be disruptive and orto inconvenience theresidents in Windsor, Canada and for that matter here in Detroit.
The Right Productions has been in contact with residents who notified us ofthe problem, and offered an apology directly, conveyed the facts of the situation and reassured residents this was an isolated situation and will not be a problem emanating from Chene Park Amphitheater in the future.
The facts as we know them is the event was produced OUTSIDE the amphitheater grounds with staging and audio/visual equipment that was facing southward toward the riverfront area and Canada. As a result, music entertainment was readily heard across the river and disturbed a number of residents along the Windsor Detroit River bank.
Normal concert events and activities are produced within the Chene Park Amphitheater space. Chene Park was structurally designed and landscaped with topography that contains sound within the seated amphitheater area. All speakers and amplified sound equipment are positioned facing northward towards the audience.
Chene Park Amphitheater is celebrating its 30th anniversary of providing outstanding concerts and events in Detroit for all to enjoy the majesty of the Detroit River and beautiful backdrop of Windsor, Canada. Nowhere in the world can you experience a concert in a venue such as Chene Park with an international view.
We deeply regret this isolated situation and have invited those residents who were inconvenienced to join us for a show at Chene Park.
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