Get your dancing shoes, Queen Creek ban could be lifted

By Josh Ortega | Queen Creek Tribune

Queen Creek might not need Kevin Bacon to remove its dancing ban, after all.

On July 27, the Planning & Zoning Commission approved an amendment for entertainment activities associated with restaurants or bars.

The amendment would allow for entertainment activities including live or piped music, DJs, dancing, karaoke, or similar activities, as well as remove limitations on the number of entertainers.

“When you take a look at our current code, we prohibit dancing,” said Erik Swanson, town planning administrator, as he presented an amendment to allow dancing at restaurants and bars.

He said the town has received multiple inquiries as to whether music could be part of a restaurant or bars business operations.

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