[Dixielandjazz] Non Compete Restrictions:
barbonestreet at earthlink.net
Sun Oct 17 16:10:41 PDT 2004
Thanks very much for posting the information. I appreciate it. One reason I
asked is because we have gigs 3 weeks apart, 50 miles apart at two jazz
societies in Jan/Feb of 2005. Plus during the same time frame, several other
When booked, I specifically asked both Societies if they thought there might
be a conflict and both answered no.
Attendance is higher, admission fees are $15 to $20 and we are in a metro
area of some 5 million people which, no doubt, makes a difference in the
size of the available audience.
Trevor Tomasin <trevor at clevedonjazzclub.co.uk> wrote
> On Sat, 16 Oct 2004 Steve Barbone <barbonestreet at earthlink.net> , in
> response to my posting about 'Non-compete restrictions', asked if I could
> expand upon that restriction? For example:
> 1) How large a geographic area is that, say in a radius of Clevedon?
> 2) How large an audience does the club draw for a concert?
> 3) What is the Entry Fee?
> 4) What are the general circumstances that prompted this restriction?
> 5) Does the restriction apply to local band? Or do you not present local
> 6) What harm to the jazz club is anticipated by such a performance within
> the period?
> Well now, the answers are as follows:
> 1. About 15/20 miles
> 2. 75 to 100 max
> 3. Between ?4.50 ($3) and ?8 ($5.50) depending on membership status and the
> fee the band requires.
> 4. Another 'Club' starting up 5 miles away and using bands already booked
> by Clevedon Jazz Club within a few weeks.
> 5. All bands local and otherwise - including US bands on tour!
> 6. Sharing the same audience! Two Clubs with the same band in the same
> geographical area at the same time = 1/2 an audience for both!
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