February 21 - 22, 2015
Lake and Lucerne Avenues
Downtown Lake Worth, FL
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. Free admission and fun activities make for an enjoyable adventure.
The Chalk of the Town
This unique street festival involves using the actual street. In the Lake Worth Street Painting Festival pavement becomes canvas and the street a temporary museum for fine works of art. For two days, as in centuries past, crowds will gather to watch each creation reveal itself. Lasting only until the next raindrop, these masterpieces are a true beauty to behold. Watch the art emerge on the streets of the Lake Worth Street Painting Festival.
In the Spotlight
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.
Video: Lake Worth Street Painting Preview
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.
Laguna Beach is awesome
Check out the festival of arts?
thats good shit. and it provides the culture / arts requirement in your life.
I actually got rat fucked out of the SC game. Long story short, the person who we were supposed to meet up with for the tickets.....her dad was hospitalized and we couldnt get ahold of her. no problem tho cuz we went to my parent house for a bbq and many many drinks. Afterwards we cruised down to the beach in a brand new convertible mustang and drank til the bars close.
Good times none the less.
Right Wing Extremists Get Free Pass
Well, I've been saying all along that the Minutemen's core demographic is constituted of right-wing extremists, including many outright racists.
At a recent anti-immigrant rally in Laguna Beach, the connection was made explicit.
The rally was held July 30. It apparently was a follow-up of sorts to a similar rally held in the same locale on July 16, in which a local anti-immigration activist decided to protest a local arts festival's financial support for a day labor center for undocument workers. This rally drew the participation of the Save Our State campaign (an ostensibly mainstream anti-immigration organization) and the Minutemen's Jim Gilchrist