1 archival binder.
3 manila folders of news clippings and press releases.
1 CD-ROM : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Invitations, menu, tickets, badges, congratulatory letters, free items from the celebration (giveaways), color photographs of the ceremony, clippings from news media, and a booklet, Pavilion Festival Week, which includes full information about performances during the week.
The manila folders and CD-Rom are stored in the archival binder.
The Virginia Beach Pavilion Center groundbreaking was February 14, 1978; it was completed and dedicated on March 14, 1981. Pavilion Festival week (March 13-22) included tours of the building and a student art show in the Galleria. Each night a musical concert or stage performance was held in the Theater. Pavilion was a project of city manager George Hanbury and the City Council. Situated just off the end of I-264, the building was designed for multiple uses: a large theater seating 1000 for musical and stage events, a galleria for art shows, meeting rooms for small group meetings, and a large area that could be used for exhibits, trade shows, and large meetings or dinners. The building was demolished in 2005.
CD-Rom contains scanned .jpg images of complete contents of scrapbook and manila folders (label: scanned March 20, 2003).