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Do you love Paso’s Field of Light? New season pass lets you visit as often as you want

The Field of Light at Sensorio turns Paso Robles valley into a sea of color

The Field of Light display at Sensorio in Paso Robles uses nearly 60,000 fiber-optic stemmed spheres to transform 15 acres of rolling hills into a patchwork of changing colors. The art installation opened on May 19, 2019, off Highway 46 East.
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The Field of Light display at Sensorio in Paso Robles uses nearly 60,000 fiber-optic stemmed spheres to transform 15 acres of rolling hills into a patchwork of changing colors. The art installation opened on May 19, 2019, off Highway 46 East.

San Luis Obispo County residents can now visit Paso Robles’ new illuminated attraction as many times as they want for a single price.

The Field of Light at Sensorio, a 15-acre landscape covered in nearly 60,000 stemmed fiber optic lights, will offer $99 season passes for local visitors, according to a Sensorio news release.

The attraction is designed by artist Bruce Munro and opened in May. Since then, Field of Light has drawn thousands of visitors to see the colorful art display off Highway 46 East.

Regular admission costs $27 on Wednesday and Thursday and $30 during the weekend, so the pass would pay for itself within about three visits.

Field of Light also launched a free Sensorio Paso app for an “enhanced experience” at Field of Light, according to the news release.

Season passes must be purchased during event hours at the Sensorio box office. Customers must show their photo IDs and proof of county residency. For more information, visit sensoriopaso.com or call 805-226-4287.

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Lindsey Holden writes about housing, immigration and everything in between for The Tribune in San Luis Obispo. She also covers northern San Luis Obispo County city governments and school districts. Lindsey joined The Tribune in 2016 after working for the Rockford Register Star in Illinois. She’s a native Californian raised in the Midwest and is a proud graduate of two Chicago schools: DePaul University and Northwestern University.

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