F. Questions and Answers
6. Can participants perform entertainment during public meetings and processions?
There is no additional step to take if the entertainment is performed in a public pedestrian precinct and the participants have no control over the admission of persons to the public entertainment and the place where it was being presented and, as a corollary, a right of exclusion from that place. If the participants have such control or right of exclusion, they will need to apply for a temporary licence under the Places of Public Entertainment Ordinance (Cap. 172) before performing entertainment.