The office of Supervisor Scott Wiener announced today a new date for the long awaited entertainment update legislative package. The hearing will be held on Monday May 13, 2013 at the Land Use and Economic Development Committee of the Board of Supervisors held at 1:30 PM. in our fine City Hall.
This long awaited update will finally allow a DJ to be considered a Live Performance opening the door to you hearing DJ mixed music where you like to eat, shop and gather; but only until 10 PM. The early curfew is in place to prevent these Live Performance venues from turning into full Places of Entertainment. CMAC supports this change, just as we supported the creation of the Limited Live Performance Permit. No one was harmed in the creation of this permit. We anticipate nothing but the tapping of finger nails on the table as you get to enjoy the rich diversity of live music that IS San Francisco.
Land Use and Economic Development Committee on Monday, May 13th, 2013 starting at 1:30 PM in City Hall. Second Floor
Restaurants and bars in California cities should be able to remain open and serve alcohol past 2 AM, like other major cities in around the world. Sen. Mark Leno has introduced SB635, a bill that would do just that.
Many international cities, including Barcelona, Berlin, Sydney, Tokyo and Rio de Janeiro, have extended or flexible sales hours that allow local businesses to be creative in their social and cultural offerings. This bill will allow California communities to compete with other world-class cities in attracting tourists, conventions and conferences from around the world.
The California Music And Culture Association (CMAC) is an alliance of venue owners, industry professionals, artists, and fans dedicated to the preservation and enrichment of music and culture in the State of California. We work to both preserve and foster safe and positive environments that support our state’s valued music, culture, and entertainment industries.
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