GLOW! Bigger, better, brighter than ever

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All decked out in GLOW-ing attire for the opening night of GLOW! at the Triangle L Ranch in Oracle.

  The opening night of GLOW was a wondrous evening of illuminated art, music, food, entertainment and fun.

  This year’s event appears to be bigger and better.

  The sculpture path art is incredible! Food was being served by Nonna Maria’s and Oracle Patio Café, and the Ore House Hilltop Tavern served up their new street tacos made with smoked meat. The music of the Carnivaleros was great and it seemed like more of the patrons were into wearing their own illuminated art and costumes this year.

  On Saturday, Sept. 29, the theme will be Steampunk GLOW! Music on the mainstage will be provided by Los Puchos while on the paths Hypnopad and Mtn Lmn HiWay.

  It should be an interesting and entertaining night!

Opening Night at GLOW!

Opening Night at GLOW!

John Hernandez (717 Posts)

John Hernandez lives in Oracle. He is retired and enjoys writing and traveling. He is active in the Oracle Historical Society. He covers numerous public events, researches historical features and writes business/artist profiles.


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