What is the music license program?
OHI member-parks are turning music into money at their parks—with karaoke contests and pool parties that drive engagement with campers who purchase tickets to participate. But did you know if you play music at your park, you must have a license to avoid copyright law infringement?
Performing rights organizations, known as PROs, collect licensing fees, and, in turn, pay royalties to the songwriter, publisher or performer of that music. There are four major music licensing companies: ASCAP, BMI, SESAC, and GMR.
Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to to secure your music licenses — at our exclusive discounted rates that will save you as much as 35% off rack rate — and help protect your park from liability and costly fines. OHI Combined Music Licenses are only available for OHI members, so become a member or contact us at 303-681-0401 now to get assistance.
REMINDER: If a park plays copyrighted music at their park without a license from ASCAP, BMI, SESAC, or GMR they could be liable for damages set by federal statute that can range from $750 to $30,000. In addition, if a jury finds that the infringement was ‘willful,’ the damages assessed could run as high as $150,000 per song plug legal costs.
PRICING FOR 2024
|Under 50 sites||$353 per year|
|51-200 sites||$632 per year|
|201-400 sites||$911 per year|
|401-750 sites||$1,190 per year|
|750+ sites||$1,710 per year|
SESAC Monthly** (3 month minimum requirement)
|Under 100 sites||$61 per month|
|100-200 sites||$88 per month|
|200+ sites||$130 per month|
|1-750 sites||$1.10 /site|
|750+ sites||$900 flat fee|
Month of operation equals each calendar month for which the park is operational more than seven (7) days.