Market traders have been told not to rock the mic when they open their stalls in the town centre.
Council planners gave the green light to the Saturday market move at a meeting on Tuesday night, but restricted the use of music and amplified sound being used by traders unless they get further permission.
Cllr Peter Vickery-Jones (Con) told the meeting: “The market has been generally accepted by traders, and none are here tonight complaining about it.
“It’s got to be something that brings life to the town and increases footfall. It’s an important matter to Herne Bay.
“However one of the things that concerns me is that music could be amplified. I would rather prefer that it was not.”
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