As we saw a few weeks earlier, pop-up gazebos are a common sight at many outdoor festivals and fairs. In general, pop-up gazebos, also called party tents or easy-up gazebos, are designed to be set up and taken down quickly and to protect from immediate weather, be it rain or sun.
A typical pop-up gazebo is a one-piece unit, in which the sides fold out and the tent is attached to the metal frame. While this design is used for square-shaped shelters, longer shelters often come in multiple pieces. But, regardless of what kind of party tent or pop-up gazebo you need, each has a powder-coated steel frame and a polyester tent that has been treated to be UV resistant and waterproof. The tent, once taken apart or folded, is often transported as one piece in a bag that will fit in the back of most cars and trucks.
Pop-up gazebos are mostly for personal use. Generally, pop-up gazebos are kept in storage and then set up for backyard parties or taken to the beach. When used in this instance, the tent structure should be held in place by stakes at the bottom, as the wind might blow one of these structures over. As the structure can fold up, it can be taken in your car from your home to any location in which you’ll need shelter.
Pop-up gazebos, outside of the home, are commonly seen in locations like fairs, trade shows, and flea markets – any location in which a person and various items he or she is selling will need protection from sun and rain. Often, a pop-up gazebo is set up during the event, with rows of vendors or businesses sheltering themselves and their table by a pop-up gazebo. However, as these temporary shelters can be set up within minutes, many bring the shelters to an outdoor event like a flea market and then set up the tent at the first sight of rain.
No matter used for personal stuff or commercial events, pop up gazebo provide its necessary sheltering function for us in an easy and pragmatic way.