Busking is not just about street performers anymore.
Now it's an open exchange between the creative community, business sectors, and the general public.

Busking was common in ancient times.
Today it's a practical alternative to offset the shortcommings of modern commerce.
Most entertainers and artists busk because they are ostracized from the conventional job market.
Many others busk just because they love sharing, or showing off, their talent.

Buskers are essentially freelance entreprenuers.
They love what they do so much that they're willing to market themselves directly to the public.
Busking activities take place indoor and outdoor

Buskdriver is at the vanguard of a cultural renaissance.
After decades of socioeconomic disruption and artistic inertia the local music market collapsed.
Live music venues closed, the cost of living skyrocketed, and a mass exodus of musicians followed.
The legendary San Francisco music scene died — then came the pandemic.

The art of music is uniquely qualified to inspire

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