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This Immersive Glowing Meadow In Paso Robles Is Totally Worth The Trip

Jamie Ferrell Jamie Ferrell

This Immersive Glowing Meadow In Paso Robles Is Totally Worth The Trip

This gorgeous light installation will be on display in Paso Robles until January 2022.

A magical otherworldly escape is wowing crowds just a couple hours down the coast, and it’s certainly worth the trip! Sensorio is now hosting Field of Light by Bruce Munro,  a captivating light art installation that recalls some of California’s iconic superblooms. It’s created from an expansive glowing carpet of nearly 60,000 solar-powered light-up spheres, whose colors change and shimmer to a custom musical score.

Copyright © 2021 Bruce Munro. All rights reserved. Photography by Serena Munro. Via CBPR.

Visitors must reserve tickets in advance in order to experience this immersive field, which invites groups of six people at a time to stroll through a one-way illuminated path.

Copyright © 2021 Bruce Munro. All rights reserved. Photography by Serena Munro. Via CBPR.

In addition to the glowing field, Bruce Munro has added a new Light Towers display, which consists of 69 glowing towers made from over 17,000 wine bottles in an ode to the surrounding vineyards. The towers shift between a series of soft colors, choreographed alongside the original composition ‘Rise and Shine.’

Copyright © 2019 Bruce Munro. All rights reserved. Photography by Chris Hardy. Via CBPR.

This one-of-a-kind immersive experience also boasts live entertainment from local musicians, plus food and beverages. You can also check out the VIP experience, which has private tables and fire pits, a terrace overlooking Field of Light, and an Airstream bar.

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Copyright © 2021 Bruce Munro. All rights reserved. Photography by Serena Munro. Via CBPR.

This popular installation has been extended until January 2, 2022 due to overwhelming public demand. There’s still time to grab your tickets and plan a trip down to Paso Robles! Learn more about this gorgeous event and Bruce Munro’s work by visiting the Sensorio website. 

 

Featured image: Copyright © 2021 Bruce Munro. All rights reserved. Photography by Serena Munro. Via CBPR

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