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Maryland Code, Business Regulation § 17-1401

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(a) In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.

(b) “Health officer” means the health officer for the county where an outdoor musical festival will be held.

(c) “Outdoor musical festival” means an event at which a group of individuals participates in musical entertainment:

(1) in an open space;

(2) not in a permanent structure;  and

(3) not on publicly owned property.

(d)(1) “Promoter” means a person who:

(i) organizes, operates, produces, or stages an outdoor musical festival;  or

(ii) owns or leases property where an outdoor musical festival is held.

(2) “Promoter” does not include the State or a political subdivision of the State.

(e) “Promoter license” means a license issued by the clerk to act as a promoter.

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