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No Concert in the Park for Summer Taxes

Concerts, sporting events, and amusement parks are enjoyed by all during the summer months. Depending on the state, an additional amount for sales tax may be added on top of ticket prices.

Just days into this summer season, entertainment activities (live performances, movies, museums, exhibits, or guided tours) are subject to sales and use tax in North Carolina.

Here's a list at a few other popular summer destination states and their stance on admission charges:

  • California- No, admission chargesĀ areĀ not subject to tax.
  • Florida- Yes, admission charges are subject to tax.
  • New York- Yes, admission charges are subject to tax.
  • Pennsylvania- No, admission charges are not subject to tax.
  • Texas- Yes, admission charges are subject to tax.
  • Illinois- No, admission charges are not subject to tax.
  • New Jersey- Yes, admission charges are subject to tax.
  • Michigan- No, admission charges are not subject to tax.
  • Maryland- No, admission charges are not subject to tax.

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