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    Default 35 and Over 80's Dance Party

    My question involves business law in the state of: Maryland

    We are looking to promote dance parties for the 35 and over crowd where the emphasis is on 80's dance music. Our target group would consist of individuals who grew up with or enjoyed this music genre as adults. The dance parties would not be categorized as singles events, as both singles and couples - married or otherwise, would be highly encouraged to attend. My question is whether or not we would run the risk of being sued for age discrimination as out intent would be to only allow those who were 35 or older on the day of the event. Tickets could be purchased ahead of time and the attending age policy would be clearly stated on the admission ticket. Thank you for reading.

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    Exactly who is "we" - it could potentially make a difference. What type of entity, group, social club....

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