The Hi-Fi Street Performance Series is a public event held on the streets of Eugene in the downtown area. Being a public event, there is a level of safety, decency, and public appropriateness that is expected and to be understood by all artists performing. Artists agree to show up for their performances at the agreed upon time. Performers are expected to be sober at the time of their performance, not under the influence of any substances or alcohol. Artists agree to remain sober throughout the entirety of their performances. Artists agree not to heckle the public or cause general public disruption with their performances. Artists agree to keep their material free of violent or hateful language/references, inappropriate language including racial slurs, hate speech, and over abundant cursing, and/or nudity, sexual references and other publicly indecent material. Please keep performances family-friendly, as the public streets are open to people of all ages. If performers are unable to perform in a way that is decent to the public and abide by the sobriety requirement, they will be asked to leave and will not be paid for performing or asked back for future performances. Thanks for keeping this a safe and fun event for the public.