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Paso Pops: A new Independence Day tradition

Ten reasons you don't want to miss 'Paso Pops'

Sponsored by the Padrewski Festival, the new event features music by the San Luis Obispo Symphony, wine tasting, family-friendly activities and, yes, pyrotechnics. The fun starts Saturday evening at the Paso Robles Horse Park off Airport Road nort
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Sponsored by the Padrewski Festival, the new event features music by the San Luis Obispo Symphony, wine tasting, family-friendly activities and, yes, pyrotechnics. The fun starts Saturday evening at the Paso Robles Horse Park off Airport Road nort

The Paderewski Festival in Paso Robles, Paso Pops’ organizing committee and the San Luis Obispo Symphony would like to thank all of the businesses that contributed services at discounted rates; sponsors that carried the financial load; volunteers who worked hard to make Paso Pops a safe, fun and family-friendly patriotic event; and the community for its supportive, patient and overwhelming turnout.

We’ve taken note of all of the issues that came with the large inaugural Paso Pops response, and we have already begun work to build on its success and make further improvements.

We are proud to have pulled off this very complicated event as a volunteer effort benefiting nonprofit youth arts organizations here on the Central Coast. We are also happy to have made it a home-grown program. Everyone on the stage could drive home.

We hope to have our website up for next year’s event later this summer. Stay tuned at www.pasopops.org.

Cheers!

Steve Cass, producer, Paso Pops, Paderewski Festival Board of Directors

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