"That's the way the contract was written," Nutter said. "You're going to get all the information."
A city source said that Live Nation has already made an initial payment of $200,000. The contract the city signed with Live Nation estimated that Made in America could cost as much as $500,000 - including police, sanitation and other expenses.
The contract - provided by the City Controller's Office - says that Live Nation is responsible for any repairs needed post-concert. A list of estimated costs for city services breaks down as follows: police, $220,000; Fairmount Park, $120,000; emergency medical services, $90,000; sanitation, $60,000; licenses and inspections, $10,000; and health, $1,000.
The city's special-events policy states that any for-profit events must pay daily property rent. Nutter said that the promoters would pay a fee for the space in front of the Art Museum, on the Ben Franklin Parkway, but he declined to say how much.
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