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A Benefit Performance is an event held to support a charitable organization. A permit is required to hold such events. A completed Benefit-Performance application must be submitted, along with a copy of the organization's federal tax exemption number and site plan delineating the performance area, including seating and/or vending booths.
Applications must be submitted two weeks prior to the Benefit-Performance event. However, licenses for carnivals should be submitted at least four weeks prior to the Benefit-Performance.
A Benefit-Performance license may also require: Food Service License from the Department of Health, Licensing & Regulatory Services Division, 240. 777.3986;
Temporary Alcoholic Beverage License from the Board of License Commissioners, 240.777.1999;
Electrical Permit from the Department of Permitting Services, Use and Occupancy Permit from the Department of Permitting Services, Building Permit from the Department of Permitting Services. Should you have questions complete Service Request;
Event permit from the Department of Fire and Rescue Services. Benefit-Performances are subject to inspection by each of these agencies.
Benefit Performance License