Thursday, January 3, 2019

News from Sir Eddie Ritz at the Post: “See streets of downtown Lake Worth transformed into work of art”.

This year is the 25th year of the Street Painting Festival in Downtown Lake Worth!

And for twenty-five years this annual festival is still filling the hotels in downtown West Palm (without a beach).

For those of you who like to plan lodging ahead of time, e.g., have family and friends visiting to attend the festival, the Visitors’ Information Center in West Palm is located at 100 N. Clematis St., call 561-881-9757 or one can send an email to:

Another useful tool from West Palm is the travel guide, “Plan Your Next Trip”:

Soak up the sun along our nearby beaches. Treat yourself to the most diverse dining, arts and culture, rediscover natural Florida, and shop districts of all sorts. You own your moment in our city!

Planning your West Palm Beach vacation is easy with our visitor information, planning tools, and maps. Download WPB Travel Guide. Save on hotels, tour packages, and services!

Hope you found this information helpful. Now back to the Street Painting Festival in the City of Lake Worth without a hotel in the Downtown:

Calling All Street Artists:

Get your application in for the 2019 Street Painting Festival in the City of Lake Worth.

This year’s festival will be held on Saturday, February 23rd and Sunday the 24th. Would you like information on how to become a sponsor? Then click on this link.

The news below is from Sir Eddie Ritz about the festival last year, this was front page news in The Palm Beach Post. To read the entire article click on this link; two short excerpts:

     This annual affair will be held Saturday and Sunday and will bring in over 600 artists.
     There will be featured artists from all over the country as well as local featured artists with incredible talent from right in our own backyard.

and. . .

     In addition to the beautiful artwork, the festival will also include live music, beer tents, a festival food court as well as Lake Worth’s usual downtown restaurants and shops.

Enjoy the video!