Is it a law or do different bars have different rules? Do you have to be invited or can you offer to perform, or are there flyers for auditions? Can't think of any other detailed questions, but if there's any outside info you wanna give me, go ahead.
The law says if you're not of legal drinking age then you can't be in there. I know you are a musician. there are ways around it but not necessarily legal. The best way would be to have a legal gardian with you and get permission from the owner. A better suggestion for ya would be to try coffee houses or diners. Can't get in any trouble there and it's a good place to practice getting over any "stage fright" you might have. Drunks can be unforgiving sometimes and always wanting you to play this or that instead of what "you" want to play.
Different locales have different laws, and within what the law allows, different bars may have different policies. No harm in asking the management at any place you're interested in. Would a parent or guardian accompany you? A place that serves food as well as drinks may be easier. Try to build your name and reputation as a local performer in other sorts of venues, too, to increase the bars' interest in having you.
There's a blues guitarist who used to play in some clubs around here when he was 13.
I'd think they youngest they could go would be 16 but I don't know. I'd ask around, and go with an adult.
well no becuase they wont let you because theres alcohol there
Yep. Found ya on youtube. Doin a fine job young lady.
21 Because your around alcoholic beverages
I've performed a # of times non bar
you must be 21
21 i think