The Stage is the tallest building in the park's ensemble of temporary structures. It was designed by architect Sergey Bukin, who drew from sketches for the park amphitheater at the Sestroretsk Sanatorium, which was destroyed
during World War II. Like the other park pavilions, the Stage is lined with larch wood that has been treated using the special Japanese technique of shou sugi ban. This process involves charring timber, before coating it with oil and then tinting it with the desired color. This gives the impression of naturally weathered material, as if the wooden boards
had spent several years on the sandy shores of the Gulf of Finland before being incorporated into the façade.
As in previous years, the New Holland stage hosts musical performances by bands and orchestras, theatrical troupes, performances and summer movies on the big screen.