TOWSON, MD. (WJZ) — You’ll now be able to see some live music in more businesses in Baltimore County.

On Monday, the Baltimore County Council passed the New Opportunities for Tourism and Entertainment Act.

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The legislation will allow more restaurants and bars to offer live music and entertainment to help support the recovery of musicians and performers impacted by the pandemic.

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The act will also help boost revenue to county establishments who will welcome back music fans.

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CBS Baltimore Staff