Come for the wine. Stay for the 58,800-plus technicolor flowers. Arrive before sunset, grab some food, enjoy some live music and find a seat to watch the sunset over the golden hills. Once the sun is down, wander among thousands of lights and detach yourself from this world. You can for sure spend here a few hours exploring the field, listening to local musicians that perform daily, drinking local wine and chilling to the sound of crickets!
Beautiful visual art
Purchased tickets for the VIP experience. Pros the VIP terrace had great seating and ample fire pits for everyone. The lights and sunset were beautiful. We enjoyed the walk thru the field and on to the light towers. Con is that the drink ticket was for a house wine that I didn't really enjoy. Unfortunately they don't allow you to upgrade to a premium wine for an extra fee. I did get a more enjoyable wine later but in hindsight I would have used my drink ticket for a soda and just pause for the wine I liked. Also, I think they should have some snacks available at the terrace for purchase instead of needing to go back down to the general admission area. All in all we had an enjoyable experience and I would recommend going to the field of lights
We went on a Saturday evening and got there around 5:30pm. There was plenty of parking at that time. You do have to go through security. It’s cheaper to book online in advance but you can purchase tickets there. It was $40/person at the door. We got there before dark so we walked around to get the lay of the land before it got dark. It’s an amazing sight and there are several benches along the way to just sit and watch the lights. At the entrance after you pay, there are food trucks if you’re hungry. There is also a bar at the end of the lights show by the towers as well. It’s about a half mile easy walk if you stay on the path at the bottom. You can go to the top side of the lights as well which is a little moderate walk.