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[North American Musical Instruments] Autoharp: Folk Instruments

The autoharp is a folk instrument said to have originated in North America in modern times. But it is said that it was invented in Germany. Many people might associate the autoharp with a harp from its name, but it is not. If anything, the autoharp will be an instrument that belongs to the zither. Even people without musical background will be able to play immediately.
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[North American Live Venue] Arizona, USA: Sun Devil Stadium

Sun Devil Stadium is a 70,000-capacity football stadium in Tempe, Arizona. An outdoor college football stadium on the campus of Arizona State University. Famous artists such as Paul McCartney, Eagles, The Who, Pink Floyd, Beach Boys, U2, Cheap Trick, Santana, Diana Ross, etc. are known to hold concerts at this venue.
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[North America Live Venue] Washington, DC, USA: ECHOSTAGE

ECHOSTAGEis a famous live concert house in Washington, DC, USA. Opened in 2012, it is known as one of the largest club venues in Washington. Performed by DJs and performed by bands, it is mainly known as a live house for popular music.
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[North America Live Venue] Denver, USA: Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Red Rocks Amphitheatre is one of America's leading outdoor concert venues. The child's live house in Denver, Colorado was ranked number one outdoors in the United States by the American music magazine Rolling Stone. It is a venue where famous artists such as U2 and Bruce Springsteen also perform, and the visitor center has an exhibition that introduces the history of this theater and the performances of famous artists from all over the world.
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[North America Live Venue] Chicago, USA: Jay Pritzker Pavilion

Jay Pritzker Pavilion is an outdoor concert venue in Illinois, USA. Jay Pritzker is the founder of the Hyatt Hotel and the founder of the Pritzker Prize. The Pritzker family is also a donor of this concert hall project, but the facility was named after Jay Pritzker, who died in 1999.
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[North America Live Venue] Los Angeles, USA: Hollywood Bowl

Hollywood Bowl is an outdoor concert venue in Hollywood, California, USA. Every summer, the Los Angeles Philharmonic concert is held. The stage is covered with multiple arches and is also used as a concert venue for jazz, rock and pop music. Native American music events are also held annually, with numerous events held each year.
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[North America Live Venue] Massachusetts, USA: Boston Symphony Hall

Boston Symphony Hall is a concert hall in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. It is one of the three major halls in the world and has a very good acoustic effect as a shoe box type. There is not much change in the sound depending on the seat, and the excellent result of reverberation of 2 seconds has been obtained.
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[North America Live Venue] Los Angeles, USA: Crypto.com Arena

The Crypto.com Arena is the home of the NBA Los Angeles Clippers and is also known as a concert hall. It was known as the Staples Center until the winter of 2021. Therefore, many people will not be able to hear it.
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[North America Live Venue] Philadelphia, USA: Wells Fargo Center

Wells Fargo Center is an indoor stadium in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. With a capacity of 19,500 people, it is also a sports venue. The facility is also used as the home of the NBA and NFL teams. Live performances include "Madonna," "Iggy Azalea," and "Janet Jackson."
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[North America Live Venue] Dallas, USA: American Airlines Center

American Airlines Center is an indoor stadium in Dallas, Texas, USA. It has a capacity of 18,500 people and is the venue used live by "Paul McCartney" and "Katy Perry". It is used for ice hockey, basketball, etc. at venues that are also used for sports.
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