All of the evening performances and the Sunday morning "Gospel" were given in a commodious (2000 capacity) tent up on Blockhouse Hill. The entry corridor was lined with food and souvenir stalls, and a merch tent. We soon discovered that we could to help Lunenburg celebrate its German heritage by purchasing and devouring huge weinerschitzel sandwiches befrore the 7 PM performances.
We were able to take close-up photographs because, despite nightly sellouts, we never sat further away than the fifth row. Canadians, with their innate politeness, are no match for Americans when it comes to open seating.