Article - Commercial Law
(a) In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.
(b) (1) “Entertainment event” means:
(i) A performance;
(ii) A recreation;
(iii) An amusement;
(iv) A diversion;
(v) A spectacle;
(vi) A show; or
(vii) Any similar event.
(2) “Entertainment event” includes:
(i) A theatrical or musical performance;
(ii) A concert;
(iii) A film;
(iv) A game;
(v) A ride; and
(vi) A sporting event.
(c) (1) “Lower–level domain name” means the portion of text in a URL that is to the left of top–level domains such as .com, .net, or .org.
(2) “Lower–level domain name” includes:
(i) A second–level domain name;
(ii) A third–level domain name; and
(iii) Any other subdomain name.
(d) “Ticket” means a ticket for admission to an entertainment event.
(e) “Ticket website” means a website:
(1) Advertising the sale or resale of tickets;
(2) Offering the sale or resale of tickets; or
(3) Facilitating a secondary ticket exchange or electronic marketplace that enables consumers to sell, purchase, and resell tickets to an entertainment event in the State.
(f) “URL” means the Uniform Resource Locator for a website.
(g) “Venue” means a theater, a stadium, a field, a hall, a convention center, a fairground, or any other facility where an entertainment event takes place.