In an approved public entertainment facility, which of the following is allowed?

★ Q: In an approved public entertainment facility, which of the following is allowed?
Question : In an approved public entertainment facility what is allowed?
  A patron may enter or leave a licensed premise with an open alcoholic beverage as long as they remain in the facility.
  Take an open alcoholic beverage to your care.
  Bring unopened alcoholic beverages into the facility as a spectator.
  Provide alcohol to anyone no matter their age or level of intoxication.

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A patron may enter or leave a licensed premise with an open alcoholic beverage as long as they remain in the facility.

TABC approved public entertainment facility such as
"Public entertainment facility" means an arena, stadium, automobile race track, amphitheater, auditorium, theater, civic center, convention center, or similar facility that is primarily designed and used for live artistic, theatrical, cultural, educational, charitable, musical, sporting, nationally sanctioned automobile racing, or entertainment events. The term includes a facility that is part of an approved venue project, including the venue and related infrastructure, as those terms are defined by Section 334.001, Local Government Code.

"Public entertainment facility property" means property on which a public entertainment facility and a licensed or permitted premises are located and related surrounding property.

The term does not include a facility the primary purpose of which is the sale of food or alcoholic beverages, including a bar, nightclub, restaurant, hotel, bowling alley, pool hall, or dance hall, or a facility that derives 75 percent or more of the facility's annual gross revenue from the on-premise sale of alcoholic beverages, except for a facility that is part of an approved venue project, including the venue and related infrastructure, as those terms are defined by Section 334.001, Local Government Code.

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