Liquor Control Board Allows Performers to Drink on Stage | Business
Amended changes to Liquor Control Board code now allows entertainers to drink while performing.
The Board voted Wednesday to amend the original code change from 2010 that made it illegal for entertainers to drink on stage.
The previous change defined entertainers as employees of the venue adding employees are always prohibited from consuming liquor of any kind while working on licensed premises.
Under new conditions, drinks consumed while performing must be served by MAST servers and in unlabeled containers. Entertainers can not advertise alcohol brands or products or promote the venue’s drink specials.
If any member of the entertainment group is under 21, alcohol may not be consumed by any member of the group.
The code changes become effective on November 26th.
- Proposed Policy Changes Would Allow Entertainers to Drink on Stage [September 20th, 2011]