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Paso Robles Light Show, or Light at Sensori, invites you to see Paso Robles in different colors. It features two stunning installations (Field of Lights and Light Towers) by British artist Bruce Munro, who is best known for transforming art into an interactive experience with his immersive installations. Located in the heart of Wine Country, this 15-acre walk-through experience consists of over 58,800 stemmed spheres and has been featured in The New York Times as #6 in “50 Places to Visit in 2020”.
The Field of Lights
The Field of Lights stretches across the rolling hills of Paso, illuminating the beauty of the countryside and consisting of more than 58,800 stemmed spheres lit by fiber optics powered by solar energy. The idea of this installation came up to Bruce’s mind back in 1992, when he was in Uluru, Australia. While traveling through the Red Desert, the artist was amazed by the landscape and its energy. He installed the first Field of Lights behind his family home in Wiltshire, but later, it transformed into a whole new world. Now, its aim is to deliver delight, meditation, entertainment, and exploration to everyone observing this piece of art.
The Light Towers
The Light Towers is Munro’s latest exhibition that features a collection of 69 Light Towers composed of more than 17,000 illuminated wine bottles. The artist created it to celebrate Paso’s 200+ wineries and extensive wine country environs. These wonderful towers use technology and glowing optic fibers to change colors with a moving musical score. Overall, this mix of nature, art, and technology creates a one-of-a-kind destination for fun and relaxation. You just come there with a glass of wine to emphasize the moment, and the beauty around you will make you forget all your worries.
The general admission is $43 + fees, while VIP tickets cost from $87 to $112. The show runs from September to December. To find out more details information and working hours, please visit the official website. We attached it in the External Resources section below.