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What is FLUXXE Arts Festival? 

FLUXXE is a street painting festival presented by Bay Arts Alliance, the local non-profit art agency for Bay County with support from our generous sponsors. The event includes renowned national street painters and local artist. FLLUXE also features live music and performers.


How much does the event cost?

The all-ages event is free thanks to our generous supporters.

  • Destination Panama City

  • City of Panama City

  • Downtown Improvement Board

  • The Florida Division of Arts & Culture

  • History Class Brewing Company

  • St. Joe Community Foundation

  • Reliant South Construction Group

  • and of course, Bay Arts Alliance (the organizer)


When is the event?

Saturday, March 19 from 10 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.


What is the exact location?

Destination Panama City, 101 W Beach Dr, Panama City, FL 32404.


Where can I park?

  • Behind the Martin Theater off Grace Avenue

  • The State Attorney’s Office off 5th Street next to the Panama City Center for the Arts

  • Public parking downtown


What do I need to bring?

  • A camera to capture some great photos of you and your family enjoying the street paintings. 

  • Cash and/or credit card for food trucks, vendors and downtown restaurants and businesses. 

  • Sunblock if you plan to stay long.


What food will be served at the event?

  • Food trucks on-site: 

    • Gelato Love

    • El Weirdo (Tacos)

    • Bookie’s Breakfast Camp 

  • Downtown restaurants nearby.


What is the entertainment schedule?

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  • Katarina Marshall • 9:30a - 11:30a

  • Christine, the Hula Hoop Artist • 10a - Noon

  • Panama City Acapella Chorus • 11a

  • Aerial Dance • 11a - 2p

  • LuckyMan Beall • 11:30a - 12:30p

  • Gypsy Parvanas • 12:45p

  • St Andrews Ukulele Orchestra • 1p

  • Bliss Street • 2p

  • Creative Conversation: Anat Ronen, the Accidental Artist • 2:30p

  • Will Thompson Band • 3p - 5p


What type of vendors do you have?

Vendors will include artisans, face painting, tie-dye t-shirts, and hand-crafted jewelry.