Wednesday, June 19, 2013
The Dog Town Serenaders are incredible! They play music on the street and in the Eagle Theater every weekend. Mark Twain, the Ballet Russe (hilarious), Lola Montez and Little Lotta Crabtree. Excellent and educational entertainment. Best FREE thing to do in Sacramento! I brought my in-laws who were visiting from out of town and they were entertained all day.
Don't forget the Wil O'Mylar Trio will be playing at 12 & K at Gallagher's Pub (Broiler Steakhouse). This is their annual FREE St. Pat's celebration. Must be 21, though. Mylar sings the best Danny Boy ever!
The information here does not appear to be correct. From what I researched on the city's web site, according to chapter 5.108.040, section K, "street performers such as musicians, singer or mimes" are exempt from entertainment permit requirements. http://www.qcode.us/codes/sacramento/view.php?topic=5-5_108-i-5_108_040&frames=on
I could find no information on the city's web site that specifically requires street performers to have a permit. There are nuisance rules about noise and disturbing the peace, which may be invoked of merchants or other people who may complain about a performance.
As far as I know, only the Old Sacramento district issues a street performance permit and I could only find a reference to that here http://www.cityofsacramento.org/ccl/oldsac/index.cfm which I assume means there is no application or information available on their web site. It appears you must contact the Old Sacramento Historic District Office directly.
I suggest buskers carry a print out of the exemption chapter with them should they be stopped by law enforcement while performing.
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