JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Paint parties have been popular with college kids for years, but now local promoters are marketing them to teens.
A company called "TeenGlow" will host the first even teenage paint party on June 12th, and some First Coast parents don't like the idea.
"Who is really going to know what's going on behind those closed doors," asked Todd Moline, a concerned father.
He did some research about the paint parties after his 16-year-old daughter posted online about the one coming up here in Jacksonville.
"It's just too young, too young to be in that type of atmosphere. It's almost like a rave type atmosphere, bringing them in to the bar scene," said Moline.
Looking through the pictures posted on the TeenGlow website, Moline says he was appalled they're marketing this type of party to teens.