BRANSON, Mo. (AP) -- Branson city officials have again said no to a proposed outdoor concert by hip-hop artist Nelly.
The city's aldermen voted unanimously Tuesday not to allow the Aug. 21 concert behind the renovated Grand Palace.
Concert organizer Paul Dunn announced on July 4 that Nelly would perform as part of the reopening of the Grand Palace. But the city on July 9 denied a special event permit, citing concerns about parking, crowd control and noise.
On Tuesday, alderman said they were still not satisfied that those concerns had been addressed.
The Springfield News-Leader reports that an attorney for Grand Palace officials said the dispute will now go to Taney County Circuit Court.
Click here to read the letter sent out by the city of Branson