Streets Alive!

Entertaining at Streets Alive! 

Streets Alive! boasts a variety of great entertainment - music, dance, magic, balloon art, sports demonstrations, and join in fitness activity, to name just a few. 

Performing at Streets Alive! is an opportunity to be a visible part of a free event open to the entire community of Lincoln.  Over the years, our attendance has grown to an average of 4,000 including more than 100 exhibitors and entertainers. Our 2017 event saw over 4,000 participants

Performer/Fitness Locations
We move the festival around the city every two years.  The 2017 and 2018 Streets Alive! events will be hosted by the Belmont neighborhood which will have two miles of streets blocked off from traffic so visitors can walk stroll, skate, bike - any kind of human powered travel along the festival route.  We have both street artists and stage artists, fitness stages and fitness in the streets. 

Promote Yourself
Bring people to you and l
et people know you will be Streets Alive! We will have promotional materials available for you to use.

Route Maps, When to Arrive
Entertainers will have 15 minutes before their performance and 15 minutes after their performance to set up and take down. The stages will be ready, so both should be minimal. Help will be available at volunteer information booths if you need assistance loading and unloading.

Where to Park
The streets following the route will be closed to traffic and parking the day of the event. In order to accommodate everyone in the area on the day of the event, there will be a variety of parking lots available in the vicinity of the route.  Parking location and closed streets information will be listed on our
FAQ page

BE SAFE - Streets are closed but participants should watch for vehicles, children, pets and other normal hazards. Streets Alive! is not held liable for participants' failure to be watchful. No weapons. No smoking.

BE RESPONSIBLE - Take care on the streets and sidewalks; watch for others. Dispose of litter and pet waste in responsible ways.
BE RESPECTFUL - Use family-friendly language; be considerate of others.
BE GREEN - Please recycle in the bins along the route.

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