For that, Toronto-based art organization Site 3 created Super Street Fire, in which you can stand in the middle of a recreation of Ryu's stage from Street Fighter II surrounded by a series of propane tanks that emit large bursts of fire on your command. Yelling "HADOUKEN!" at this point is recommended, but not mandatory.
"We tried to do a sonic boom, but too many people kept dying."
And no, that guy in the first picture up there didn't burn to death. It's just an illusion -- the rails that create what appears to be a shooting ball of fire are safely positioned between the players and the audience, so from the perspective of the latter, the whole "stage" seems to light up with fire, sort of like those bootleg Street Fighter II arcades where you could fill the entire screen with Hadoukens. If you're having trouble picturing it, here's a diagram of the play field:
Not pictured: The car you have to beat to shit with your bare hands.