Entertainment definitions

We describe the three types of entertainment.

Entertainment licenses

General entertainment

All forms of legal entertainment and patron dancing.

Minneapolis Code of Ordinances requires all businesses with General Entertainment to provide hearing protection to customers and employees. Contact Your Ears Rock. Ear plugs are free

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Call Your Ears Rock at 612-900-2100

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Limited entertainment

Entertainment limited to literary readings, storytelling, live solo comedians, karaoke, amplified or nonamplified music by a disc jockey or any number of musicians, and group singing by patrons of the establishment, with no patron dancing.

No live entertainment

No entertainment other than the use of radio, television, electronically reproduced music and jukebox.

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