The definition of a “fatal” attraction is something that can cause serious injury or death, and the definition of an “entertainment” includes a live performance, musical instrument, dance or other event that includes a performer, choreographer, actor, producer, director, performer, or actor in costume.
But even though the word “fault” has come to mean injury or loss, there are still exceptions.
For instance, a concert, concert performance, or a film are considered “entertaining” when a performer is injured, injured or killed.
But a show or concert, as a group, is not considered a “performative event.”
If you have questions about whether an event is a “live performance,” see what the law says.