Lake Worth Street Painting
Lake and Lucerne Avenues, Downtown Lake Worth, FL
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Lasting only until the next raindrop, this street painting festival turns asphalt into artwork. The Lake Worth Street Painting Festival features temporary masterpieces in an open-air museum of art, sound and aromatic delights. Free admission and fun activities make for an amazing adventure.
Lasting only until the next raindrop, this street painting festival turns asphalt into artwork. Largest of its kind in the country, this festival features temporary masterpieces in an open-air museum of art, sound and aromatic delights using the actual street as pavement becomes canvas.
Graffiti of a Different Kind
Uniqueness never truly duplicated whether a classic masterpiece or a 3D widescreen tricking the viewer into seeing something it's not, such as falling into a deep crater or a fantastical flying dragon, is what street painting is all about.
Environmentally friendly chalks transform asphalt and sidewalks into living art in a centuries old tradition. Combined with free admission, live music, tasty food and drink, children's creative areas and more adventures throughout the weekend; makes this a family-friendly experience you will want to attend year after year.
Meet the Artists
It takes extraordinary artists to create masterworks right in the middle of the roadway, this Festival features creative minds doing what they do best.
Don’t just take our word for it, get to know a couple of local artists and why they love this event.
Be an Insider
Covering more area than any other festival of its kind in the U.S., Lake Worth claims bragging rights to the largest street painting festival in the country. And it isn't just about the artist and chalk, it's also about food and music. Enjoy a mixed genre of talents on stage and sample the food famous at a recognized street festival. Are you a budding artist? Would you like to show off your talents? All you need bring is your enthusiasm to create, because participation and admission are free.