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technically, they can screw you. Likely, the band didn’t get release to do the music, neither did the venue. Definitely, they didn’t get it for recording or distribution. So you recorded a (likely) illegal performance.
ASCAP probably won’t bother you (I’m also not an attorney) but they COULD
There are "fair use" clauses that might provide a loophole,and ultimately it’s not for profit but for a contest
add end credits giving credit to the original producer and label