During yesterday’s busking session on The Strip, I was stopped by both hotel security and the police. Not what I was expecting.
ACLU of Nevada has sued Fremont Street Experience LLC and City of Las Vegas. In Gordon v. City of Las Vegas, the ACLU claims that City of Las Vegas and FSE have worked hand-in-hand to undermine freedom of speech and expression by using a curfew for adults under 21.
A new ordinance to kick anyone off the Strip was passed unanimously by Clark County Commissioners. If someone is convicted of any crime, a judge has the right to ban them for a year.
Alex Rivers passes his AGT audition and advances to the next round!
Alex Rivers will be on America’s Got Talent on Tuesday 7/12! Watch it on NBC at 5:00pm Pacific Time!
Las Vegas (KSNV) — After a few closed-door meetings with American Civil Liberties Union attorneys, Clark County Commissioners say they’re holding off on the proposed obstruction ban ordinance.
Electric Violin Shop hosts a panel of violin buskers from around the world.
The Busking Project is giving away free gear (portable amp and a loop pedal). All you gotta do is create an account on the buskers.guide website.
Violinist Alex Rivers offers a glimpse into his life as a Las Vegas street musician. In this 10-minute documentary, follow Alex from the bridge, to the bus, to the dance studio.
Las Vegas street performers and the ACLU Nevada showed up to a Clark County Commission meeting in opposition to a new “crosswalk” ordinance.
After hearing a presentation from Las Vegas Metro, Clark County commissioners could have voted to designate pedestrian bridges as “crosswalks”. But Metro’s presentation was missing one key component: DATA!
Clark County wants to turn pedestrian bridges into “crosswalks”. BuskLV thinks that’s a bad idea.
A new ordinance by Clark County Commissioners would define bridges as “crosswalks”– making it illegal to stand still on a pedestrian bridge. Busking on an overpass could become off-limits for street performers and that’s bad news. Very bad news.
An off-duty police officer from Edmonds, Washington is stabbed to death on Saturday, March 26, 2022 after getting into an argument with a homeless man. A witness claims the victim aggressively petted the homeless man’s dogs.
Michael Jackson Impersonator gets attacked by a drunken rando on Fremont Street, but handles his own like a smooth criminal.
A cluster of pedestrian bridges planned for Las Vegas Boulevard and Sahara Avenue moved a step closer to reality.
The project could cost as much as $40 million, according to the city of Las Vegas, but the projected price tag could decrease depending on pricing tied to supply costs at the time of construction
Three years have gone by since being wrongfully arrested by Las Vegas police (again). The events following my arrest were actually worse than the incident itself; and the absence of “justice” in the pursuit of “justice” has given me much to think about. Here are my reflections three years later.
Brandon Summers speaks to Clark County Commissioners about harassment, tickets, and arrests of street performers on the Las Vegas Strip.
On Sat. June 12, 2021, guitarist/singer William has yet another unpleasent ecounter with LVMPD. He is told to keep it moving or go to jail by a Metro officer.
Vlogger Steven J. Campbell of Not Leaving Las Vegas weighs in.
Street performers who fight their “obstruction of sidewalk” cases rarely have their day in court. However, street performer Gerald Lechner had his case come before Justice of the Peace Tempore William Jansen in September 2017 and it was found that the State did not provide the evidence necessary for a conviction.
“Beginning Friday May 14th, 2021, Fremont Street Experience Security will aid the Las Vegas City Marshals and Las Vegas Metro P.D. in enforcing ordinances.
Violinist/Street Performer Alex Rivers puts down some Weeknd over the weekend— entertaining passerby on the world-famous Las Vegas Strip.
I have 8 citations— 2 of which resulted in arrest, but I have never been convicted of a crime. Regardless on being 8-0 against the state, I still have a criminal record.
On Sunday, September 30, 2018, I was arrested for “obstructive use of sidewalk” while street performing on the Las Vegas Strip. The police took my phone. They also took my violin and my battery-powered amplifier
Brandon testifies about his experience with LVMPD as a street performer in Las Vegas. The “Police Use of Force: The Nevada Community Speaks” event was held at Unitarian Universalist Congregation on Sunday, August 18, 2019.
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