They do when you are holding them in a location that is not built for the purpose of what it is proposed to accomodate.
One practical example that springs to mind is the Rock Concerts at Slane Castle on Co. Meath, not an exhibition I know but still requires a license as it is attracting the public onto private property for an event that the property/holding was not intended for.
The planning/license issues are there in an (attempt) to ensure that all rules and regulations are enforced in order for the safe and orderly running of such an event, if not a refusal usually ensues.
I'm just using the above example to illustrate the different responsibilites that must be introduced once you attract a public audience to an event in a location that is not purpose built for such an occurance.
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