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People and police officers on house balconies and on the street at the 2007 Mifflin Street Block Party in Madison, Wisconsin.

A street party is a party taking place on a road. In Britain, these have historically been held to commemorate momentous events, such as VE Day or the Queen's Silver Jubilee.

As a form of activism street parties are festive and/or artistic efforts to reclaim roadways as public space by large groups of people. They were made known in Western Europe and North America by the actions of Reclaim the Streets, a widespread "dis-organization" dedicated to reclaiming public space from automobiles and consumerism. In a somewhat different context, Poland's Orange Alternative staged festive protests to break the Communist government's monopoly on public life.

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