A gazebo is a freestanding structure typically made of wood or metal, with a roof and open sides, often used for outdoor activities such as picnics or parties. A marquee, on the other hand, is a large tent-like structure, typically made of canvas, used as a temporary shelter or cover for outdoor events such as weddings or festivals.
It depends on the regulations of the specific public park in question. Some public parks may have rules and regulations regarding the use of marquees, such as requiring a permit or only allowing their use in designated areas. It’s always best to check with the park’s management or local government to find out if it’s allowed, as well as what the requirements are.
It depends on where the marquee is going to be set up and the regulations of the local government. In general, if you are planning to set up a marquee on private property, such as a backyard or a private field, you may not need permission. However, if you are planning to set up a marquee on public property or on land that you do not own, you will likely need to obtain a permit or permission from the appropriate authorities.
The size of the marquee you will need for 100 people will depend on the type of event you are planning, the layout of the space, and the amount of additional items such as tables, chairs, and a dance floor.