Street performers are defined as any person or group of persons who conduct a performance, including by not limited to musicians and buskers, for entertainment purposes or voluntary donations on public right-of ways. Street performers add vibrancy to public spaces and are encouraged to perform where pedestrian traffic is high and space is available for public access and observation. Use of such public rights-of-way for street performances requires a Private Use of Public Spaces permit.
How to Apply
- Review the hospitality permit guide page to learn about necessary requirement.
- Questions about the requirements or street performances? Reach out to us at email@example.com.
- See street performer standards here
- Register or login to the Permit and Development Portal and submit all documents for approval.
What are the next steps? The City will review submission, reach out with any comments or feedback, and charge the permit fee. After completion, the City will issue your permit.
Hours of Performance:
- Monday-Thursday 8am-10pm
- Friday/Saturday 8am-Midnight
- Sunday 12 Noon-10pm
- Special Event Permits supersede annual Street Performer Permits. If an approved special event is taking place, a street performance may not occur within 400 feet of the event footprint unless given permission by the event organizer. Scheduled special events are posted on the Special Events Calendar.
- Amplification must be through a battery-powered amplifier. No electrical cords of any kind are allowed.