Photo: The Plurtographist
Life In Color Orlando
Life In Color Orlando was an event to remember this past Labor Day weekend. The event took place at the Central Florida Fairgrounds, the home of Orlando’s annual Central Florida Fair. The LIC tour itself has been running for 10 years and started out on college campuses all over Florida. From 2006 until now the tour has seen major improvements, from a new safer and brighter paint formula to expanding to larger venues that can accommodate many more attendees, it’s clear this event is only getting bigger and better.
GG Magree set the tone of the evening when she opened with a dirty remix of Waka Flocka’s ‘Hard In The Paint‘. GG brought it hard for the entire duration of her set, then closed out with a performance of her new track, ‘One By One‘. If you’re interested in learning more about the artist then check out our interview with GG Magree here. Paint bottles were also available for purchase, so in case the giant paint cannons weren’t enough, fans could spray paint on whatever and whomever they chose. Gorgeous splashes of colors filled the air all night, especially during each big drop during Zeds Dead‘s set. Life In Color also hosted a “Spray the Paint” contest that would allow two lucky fans to be apart of the action by getting to control the paint cannons.
The night was certainly something right out of a fantasy, the graceful aerial dancers mesmerized the audience during Space Jesus‘ intergalactic out of this world set, giving new meaning to the words space bass. Bars were conveniently located all over the venue for those that are old enough to drink, and a new “paintless viewing area” was available in VIP for those who needed a break. The crowd looked like a sea of beautiful people all dressed in white, resembling what heaven might look like if it consisted of lovely ladies in neon colored shorts and pasties. Check out a recap video of the event below.
Life In Color has managed to bring its magic all over the world and has about 7 more stops on its tour this year alone. The “World’s Largest Paint Party Israel being the next stop on the tour, and Bolivia being the last, there are only a few more chances to catch this amazing event, so grab your tickets here.