33I Fashion shows
Category 33 I – FASHION SHOWS (which also includes DJ parties, performance of minus-one tracks, karaoke tracks etc.)
|Rate per Designer per show: Rs 40000 shall be charged|
a) Celebrity surcharge: 1 lakh per celebrity will be charged over and above the License Fee
b) Celebrity is someone who is famous, especially in the areas of entertainment such as films, music, writing, sport etc. and is part of the activity. He/she might or might not perform on music and may or may not be associated with the brand as Brand Ambassador.
c) The above Licence is valid for the performance / usage of music during the ramp walk or catwalk for an individual designer and which includes usage of Copyrighted music before & after the ramp walk. For example, if there are 5 designer shows in a day, then either 5 separate licences to be taken or, in case of single licence 5 times fees to be paid.
d) The above tariff does not include the following activities, for which a separate Licence is required
I. Pre & Post launch Parties and/or events.
II. Activities at Lounge, Bar & other Entertainment areas or in an area where no activity connected with fashion Show is taking place.
III. Using copyrighted music in other Venue and/or other waiting areas which is/are not part of the Fashion Show and has not been covered by any other venue Licence (Hotels / Banquets).
e) The annual and/or Background Hotel / Venue Licence is not applicable (i.e. does not cover) for using Copyrighted music as part of Fashion Show / ramp walk and parties.
i) This tariff is applicable to the Public Performance of Music by way of recorded music, by any means at venues/premises.
ii) The above license fee does not include Background Music License of commercial properties (e.g. restaurants, bars, lounges, clubs etc.). Respective tariffs are applicable as per Background Music License category.
iii) The above tariff is based on the declarations made by licensees about the usage of the copyrighted sound recordings controlled by PPL India. These declarations have been adopted in good faith which if found incorrect, shall invite recovery of additional fees towards damages.
iv) Non-Compliant Licensees who seek to regularize past infringements/violations/breach of PPL India’s rights and licenses (including non-compliance with agreements, usage without clearance, litigations etc.) additional fees towards damages over the existing Tariff shall be applied at the discretion of the company.
v) The above Tariff comes into force from 18th November, 2022.
Part B: Public Performance Tariff For Events