Translation of street entertainer in Spanish:

street entertainer

artista callejero, n.

noun

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    artista callejero masculine
    artista callejera feminine
    • I have had to work as a street entertainer in Blackburn, and at all the festivals, to get some recognition.
    • Other returners include Tim Bat, one of Covent Garden's original street entertainers, and ventriloquist Chris Bylett, who will be taking along his feathered accomplice, Desmond.
    • The canal promenade event will take place from noon tomorrow until Bank Holiday Monday and will involve bands, dancers, street entertainers, birds of prey, vintage engines and rope-making.
    • This will include activities such as face painting, children's entertainers and street entertainers including magicians, jugglers, stilt walkers plus live music at venues across Soho.
    • The festival will see a variety of music and dance acts, brass bands, choirs, street entertainers, acoustic music and theatre performances.
    • And he'd toyed with the idea of becoming a street entertainer, in Bath, maybe.
    • The scary street entertainer brings his own brand of cheesiness to these songs.
    • The French chanteuse, actress and street entertainer has delivered delights to her adoring masses of European fans for many years.
    • His resonant voice and cunning wit quickly attracted a sizable audience with two hundred or more people, young and old alike, now forming a circle around this unique street entertainer.
    • Arts and crafts and corporate hospitality villages, music, and street entertainers will further add to the spectacle.
    • We crossed the Abbey square where street entertainers, buskers, performed for money thrown by spectators as they have been doing since Elizabethan times.
    • After that, apart from the odd street entertainer you would have been hard pressed to know there was a festival on.
    • There will also be River Don cruises, storytelling, street entertainers, hands-on exhibitions and four new walking trails.
    • Pavements and shop windows became the place to perform as the group of street entertainers invaded the High Street.
    • It is to make the distinction, he says, between somebody like himself who is a bona-fide musician, and those who think because they can squeeze an out-of-tune note out of a penny whistle it makes them a street entertainer.
    • Mr Galvin, who now works as a comedian and street entertainer, spoke to several victims of the feud on the north-side of the city.
    • Over three days bands, street entertainers, clowns, and dancers were out on the streets and towpaths.
    • The afternoon events will also include live music, face painting, balloon artists and street entertainers.
    • Among them is Robert Stredder, a street entertainer and performance artist.
    • A street entertainer turned super-sleuth when he spotted a stolen painting on the train to Sheffield.