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      (1)   COMMERCIAL PROMOTER means a person engaged in the business of commercial promotion, publicizing, planning, or production of a promoted event who receives all or a percentage of revenues from the sale of alcohol, food, beverages, fees charged to vendors, or fees charged to the public for admission.
      (2)   COMMERCIAL PROMOTION includes publicizing, planning, or producing by any means a promoted event by a commercial promoter.
      (3)   DIRECTOR means the director of the Office of Special Events or the director's designated representative.
      (4)   OWNER means any part owner, joint owner, tenant in common, tenant in partnership, joint tenant, or tenant by the entirety, of the whole or of a part of such building or land.
      (5)   PERSON means an individual, corporation, firm, government or governmental subdivision, partnership, joint venture, limited liability company, or other business entity.
      (6)   PROMOTED EVENT means an indoor commercial event open to the public, or outdoor commercial event with an expected occupancy over 100 that is open to the public.
         (A)   Promoted events include, but are not limited to:
            (i)   music or dance shows that may include a disc jockey where fees may be charged to vendors or members of the public for participation or admission; or
            (ii)   concerts, outdoor activities, and theatrical and other performances where fees are charged to vendors or members of the public for participation or admission.
         (B)   A promoted event does not include:
            (i)   an event that requires a special event permit or has been issued a special event permit under Chapter 42A;
            (ii)    an event that occurs on city-owned property or at a city-owned facility with city permission;
         (C)    an event that occurs at a location with a valid specific use permit and a certificate of occupancy for a use that allows the event; or
         (D)   an event that is hosted by and produced for the benefit of a registered 501(c)(3) organization under 26 C.F.R. § 1.501(c)(3).
      (7)   PROPERTY means real property and personal property.
      (8)   VENUE OPERATOR means the person with control over a location and property where the action or event occurs. Venue operators may include commercial promoters, business owners, or business operators. (Ord. 32239)