Artists are bringing the streets of downtown Lake Worth to life in the final day of the Street Painting Festival on Sunday.
More than 400 artists are using the pavement as their canvas to create masterpieces with chalk.
The final day of the festival official starts at 10 a.m. and goes until 7. Security guards say people are welcome to come down and see the art before then.
All the artwork is temporary and the next rain storm will wash it all away. If there is no rain, artists say, the artwork should last about a week before it fades.
Along with the artwork, the festival has food and music.
According to the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office, parking is banned on several roads until the festival's end at 10 O'clock Sunday night.
PBSO says parking is not allowed on:
Lake Avenue from S. Dixie Highway to South Federal Highway.
Lucerne Avenue from South Dixie Highway to North Federal Highway.
J, K, L, M Streets from 2nd avenue North to 1st avenue South.
PBSO says cars may be towed that are left on those streets.
This is the 20th Street Painting Festival.