LA CROSSE, Wis. -

The Riverside Park band shell in La Crosse will be receiving a bit of a facelift.

A city committee tentatively gave the OK to remodel and move the Riverside band shell.

Crews will take apart the facility and reassemble it about 120 feet from its current location.

The new design is actually based off of the original Anderson Memorial Band Shell that was built in the 1930's.

The new design will include a covered stage, its own lighting system, and the hope of attracting entertainment from all over the country.

"This will create a central drawing point for all the upper midwest. It will create an outside venue that will be able to handle professional acts whether they're music or drama or entertainment of different venues. So you can sit outside here in the park. the. The biggest plus to it's all going to be free," said La Crosse Park and Rec Director Steve Carlyon.

Construction on the 3-million dollar facelift could start as early as late Fall or early Spring.