Life in Color paints fans green at SunFest

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - Dry weather drew in big crowds at SunFest Saturday night. Crowds poured in when the gates opened, and it was packed all evening. Because of the wet conditions, crews put down sand to help with the muddy conditions. 

Vendors hoped to make up this weekend for any economic losses they suffered earlier this week.

Day 4 of SunFest has come and gone, and with a lot more sun. But the yellow beams of light weren't the only bright color around the West Palm Beach festival grounds on Saturday.

Thousands of people packed the Clematis street lawn to get painted on.

'Life In Color' is known as the worlds largest paint party and started out on a Florida college campus in 2006.

This year they brought their performance to SunFest to color the thousands of fans watching.  

Although the first three days were hampered with rain and muddy conditions, the weather on day 4 of SunFest was beautiful.

"We just share music, great music, paint parties, everyone comes together and wears white and gets covered and tied dyed in paint said Rachel Berg.

Today (Sunday) is the last day of SunFest. The first act goes on at noon. The day ends with performances by Gavin Degraw and Kendrick Lamar. The fireworks that will start around 9 p.m.

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