A public dance hall is any room, place, or space open to general public patronage, in which dancing is carried on and wherein the public may participate, whether or not a charge for admission for dancing is made. A public dance is one which is or may be attended by the public generally, whether or not a charge for admission for dancing is made.
A dance hall license is not required for a dance to be conducted on the campus of a bona fide elementary or secondary school, vocational or trade school, college or university, or like educational institutions. However, other licenses (i.e., Special Event Food, Temporary Liquor / Malt Licenses, etc.) may be required.
A rental hall is hereby defined to be any building, room, premises, facility, or portion thereof which is available for use by any person upon the payment of a fee.