Constellation Brands-Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center CMAC shell

The CMAC is commonly called "the shell" due to it's roof

The Constellation Brands-Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center (CMAC), also called the Canandaigua Performing Arts Center and the Finger Lakes Performing Arts Center (FLPAC), is a large outdoor concert venue located on the East side of Canandaigua on the main campus of Finger Lakes Community College. The CMAC was built from 2006 to 2007 and seats over 5,000 people; it replaced the old amphitheater built in 1983 which only seated 2,600. CMAC is named after Constellation Brands winery, the largest wine company in New York, and after it's founder, Marvin Sands.

Shows are held all summer long at CMAC, with many big ticket artists performing there, from modern to classic rock bands. Including the lawn seating, CMAC can accomodate over 10,000 people.

2010 CMAC events scheduleEdit

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