Tier 2 loophole sees clubs provide live music tickets to let drinkers

CLUBS in Tier 2 locations are providing live music tickets to let drinkers order alcohol without a meal.

A loophole implies alcohol can be served in the Covid protected places to punters, offered they have a ticket for the event and drink it at their seat.

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Places throughout the nation are now requiring to social media to lure punters as they attempt to save their organizations after a 2nd lockdown.

The Horns, in Watford, wrote on Facebook: “We will be ticketing Friday, Saturday, Sunday live music occasions for ₤ 3,”.

” This likewise suggests we CAN SERVE YOU ALCOHOL WITHOUT FOOD at any of our weekends gigs. Tickets will be sold on the door on a very first come first serve basis.”.

The Cavern Freehouse in South London stated it would be offering music as “it’s backs against the wall time now and we are having a hard time to make it through!”.

” We will be selling Tickets to participate the door on the night. Doors open at 5pm, Bands start at 8pm and bar closes at 10pm,” the location said in a social media post.

” No food is now required. I would recommend people get here early as it will get complete really rapidly as I’m restricted to 50 people. No reservations, it’s a very first come basis.

” If you are someone that nurses half a lager all night then I would please ask you not to come as I’m trying to survive here and that location could be taken by somebody that comprehends that!”.

The Tiers laws state the considerable meal stipulation “does not use where alcohol is being provided to a client at a cinema, theatre, concert hall or sportsground.”.

It includes that booze needs to be “purchased by, and served to, a customer who has a ticket for an exhibit of a film, a performance or an occasion of training or competition at the location, to consume in the area where the audience is seated to enjoy the exhibit, performance or event.”.

The guidelines originally stated that alcohol could only be served as part of a “considerable” meal.

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Music Place Trust argued that 92 percent of grassroots music venues do not have the ability to provide that, the Telegraph reports.

The revised choice to enable alcohol sales identifies the purchase of a ticket as comparable to the purchase of a meal.

Mark Davyd, CEO of Music Location Trust, stated he was “pleased” with the result.

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