Take a shot of paint to the face at the Central Florida Fairgrounds when Life in Color rolls through town

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Paying an exorbitant amount of money for someone to spray non-toxic paint in your mouth and onto your clothes while you dance to EDM may not sound like a smart idea, but you should at least try it once. Life in Color, advertised as the “World’s Largest Paint Party,” comes to Orlando this weekend at the Central Florida fairgrounds on Colonial Drive. Featuring Showtek, Henry Fong and TroyBoi, this year’s event has an improved paint formula that’s not going to smell and stick to your skin for a week. Conceived by college kids at Florida State University, Life in Color suggests you ruin your white clothes and bring them to the party to be a canvas for all that paint they’re going to throw at you. Tickets are $48 to $50 per person, and this year, organizers will attempt, in between the bumping and grinding, to teach how color was created.

6 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 6 | Central Florida Fairgrounds, 4603 W. Colonial Drive | lifeincolor.com | $48-$50


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