[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Supervisors of Northumberland County 5-13-1976. Amendments noted where applicable.]
No person, firm, corporation, partnership or other association or political entity shall stage, promote or conduct any outdoor musical festival or concert in the County of Northumberland without obtaining in advance from the Board of Supervisors of Northumberland County a permit for the music festival or concert. This chapter shall not be applicable to any function conducted by the Northumberland County School System.
Application for such permits shall be made with the Board of Supervisors of Northumberland County at least 30 days before the date of such event, and with the application the following information shall be furnished:
The date and location of the event.
The time of the commencement and termination of the event.
The name and address of those sponsoring the event.
The number of people expected in attendance at the event.
The arrangements made for police protection of those in attendance and persons in the locality of the event.
The sanitary facilities available for those in attendance at the event.
The name and address of the performers for the event.
The arrangements for parking facilities for those in attendance at the event.
A statement setting forth the food and beverages to be served and the name and address of the preparers of the food and beverages.
The arrangements for trash disposal.
A statement as to lodging to be furnished those attending or performing at the event.
A statement as to medical services available for those attending and performing.
The Board of Supervisors of Northumberland County may require the applicant to furnish:
A statement from the Northumberland County Health Department concerning the effects of such an event on the public health of the community.
A statement of the District Engineer of the Virginia Highway Department and the Sergeant of Area 2, Virginia State Police, concerning the effect of the event on traffic on public roads in Northumberland County.
The Board of Supervisors of Northumberland County may refuse to grant a permit when in its judgment it believes: