New York Arts and Cultural Affairs Law

Sec. § 61.07
Use of Fireworks in Entertainment Productions in Certain Cities

§ 61.07. Use of fireworks in entertainment productions in certain cities. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a city having a population of one million or more may enact a local law permitting and regulating the storage, transportation, sale for use or use of fireworks, as defined in subdivision one of section 270.00 of the penal law, in connection with the presentation in whole or in part of a musical, dramatic, dance, operatic or other stage performance by performers who appear in person in the immediate presence of an audience, which is held in any building or part of a building adapted and used for such purpose or which has a stage for such performances used with scenery or other stage appliances, and to which admission is limited to persons holding admission tickets or other evidence of permission to enter, or in connection with the production of motion pictures.

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