3(1)This paragraph applies to any public musical entertainment which is held—E+W
(a)in an area in which this paragraph and paragraph 4 below have effect; and
(b)wholly or mainly in the open air; and
(c)at a place on private land.
(2)For the purposes of this paragraph and paragraph 4 below—
(a)an entertainment is musical if music is a substantial ingredient; and
(b)land is private if the public has access to it (whether on payment or otherwise) only by permission of the owner, occupier or lessee.
(3)This paragraph does not apply—
(a)to a garden fete, bazaar, sale of work, sporting or athletic event, exhibition, display or other function or event of a similar character, whether limited to one day or extending over two or more days; or
(b)to a religious meeting or service,
merely because music is incidental to it.
(4)This paragraph does not apply to an entertainment held in a pleasure fair.