◎根據國家酒類監管規定，“ incidental music是伴隨用餐，沒有售票，未經廣告宣傳的表演；也就是說，顧客來這裡用餐，提供的音樂與用餐體驗有關。”這項新規定讓整個州的許多俱樂部和促銷員都措手不及，開始收取入場費、重新安排原本未來幾週內的售票演出。
◎根據(The 443 Social Club & Lounge)的共同所有者(Julie Leone)表示，這是毀滅性的，俱樂部過去幾週才重新開放，如今令人再次失望了。與全州其他場館一樣，利昂(Julie Leone)開始瘋狂取消當地歌手和（Griffin House）等國家巡迴演出最近預訂的演出。
New coronavirus related guidelines for New York bars and restaurants prohibit them from offering any live music that is separately ticketed.
The statewide ruling effectively bans all live music that would pay musicians a living wage. Only unadvertised and unticketed “incidental music” is allowed.
According to state liquor regulators:
“Incidental music is non-ticketed, unadvertised performances that accompany and are incidental to a dining experience; i.e., patrons have come to dine, and the music provided is incidental to the dining experience.“
Many clubs and promoters across the state were caught off guard by the clarification and had begun charging a cover and scheduling ticketed shows for the coming weeks.
“This is devastating.”
“This is devastating,” said Julie Leone, co-owner of The 443 Social Club & Lounge in Syracuse. The 443 had only reopened in the past few weeks. “This effectively shuts me down again.”
Like other venues across the state, Leone has begun frantically canceling shows she’s booked recently by both local musicians and national touring acts like Griffin House.