The recently-revived "Not On Tour" thread got me to thinking. What is the wackiest stage you ever played on? Now, I don't mean the venue. And no stage at all doesn't count (heck we've all probably been there). I mean the stage itself..... the actual structure of the stage. Mine was a hot tub. The venue was The Teddy Bear Club in (I believe) Franklin Virginia (circa late 80s?). It was in the common area of a hotel. We were inside but in a courtyard of sorts. All of the rooms (three floors worth) had sliding glass doors that either entered the courtyard (bottom floor) or had a balcony overlooking the courtyard. People staying at the hotel hung out on their balconies and watched. The pool was open to our left. The bar was open to our right. And we set up on plywood that was screwed together in several layers and laid across the hot tub. There was a handrail around us as well. I think we played "in the round" once but that was dorky. So from then on we faced one direction. And, yes, the hot tub was full of water. Once we got there early and they hadn't covered it yet. So they went and got the cover (that weighed about 200 pounds) and set it on top so we could set up. A couple had to get out for us to get started. The tub part is for sure. The rest is "hazy". So if you played there, fill in the blanks for me. I know there's a TBer floating around here who did a gig on a pontoon boat. Whataya got?