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A promoter of concerts shall, at the time of applying for a certificate of registration, file with the department a surety bond or an equivalent cash deposit in the amount of $5,000. As an alternative to the bond or cash deposit, a promoter may deposit in a trust account in a bank, savings and loan association, or licensed escrow agent, 50 percent of the advance ticket receipts accumulated for each concert promoted, and provide the department with the number and location of the trust or escrow account. The bond, cash deposit, or account shall be conditioned upon the promoter providing ticket refunds within 10 days after the scheduled date of a concert which is cancelled due to any cause. The state, on behalf of a ticket holder, or a ticket holder directly, may bring an action on the bond, cash deposit, or account.
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