Digital Graffiti, an Alys Beach tradition, heads online amid coronavirus
Digital Graffiti in Alys beach would have started this weekend, but the coronavirus has changed plans.
This year, you can enjoy the tradition from the comfort of your own home.
All you have to do is go to their social media pages or the 30A website.
Alys Beach director of events, Alexis Miller, said it’s important to give people something to look forward to during this time.
"We've all been in our houses, we've all been quarantined, we've all been kind of lonely, so I think this gives people something to do that's not just watching your regular scheduled TV program or Netflix, it's something that can keep you entertained and bring you some happiness again," said Miller.
Digital Graffiti from home runs until May 17th.
The event will be rescheduled for October 2nd through 3rd in Alys Beach.