Prior to the adoption of Ord. 17347 on 06/17/2002, Section 13-291 read as follows.

(a)    No person shall produce or offer to the public a temporary entertainment event without first obtaining a temporary business license.  

(b)    An “entertainment event” includes but is not limited to any show, music concert, theatrical event, amusement, carnival or circus.    

(c)    A “temporary entertainment event” is any entertainment event which is open to the public for twenty-eight (28) consecutive days or less within any six three-month period.
    
(d)    Nonprofit charitable, religious, fraternal, civic, and education institutions are exempt from the provisions of this division.

(e)    If the temporary entertainment event involves the sale or preparation of food, the licensee must comply with all provisions of the City of Columbia Food Code.

(Ord. No. 17023, § 1, 9-17-01)