Insomniac’s Electric Mile Comes to Santa Anita Park
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If you’re in the mood for some socially distanced fun Insomniac’s Electric Mile is definitely worth a more than second glance. This brand new, all-age-inclusive, immersive audio-visual experience is currently taking place in Arcadia, California’s Santa Anita Park and lasts for approximately 45-minutes to 1-hour. 

On your Electric Mile adventure, you can expect to travel through 7 stunning worlds of light, 500 art installations, 5 million lights, synchronized music experiences, lasers, disco-balls, a warehouse rave, and so much more. 

Ticket prices start at $69.99 per car (up to 8 legally seated people per vehicle). 

For more information on tickets and dates check out their website here

Important Vehicle Restrictions:

Since this is a drive-thru event making sure your driving the right vehicle is essential. After all, you don’t want to get turned away after purchasing a ticket. So here are the rules: 

  • Vehicles must not exceed a height of 8ft
  • Oversized vehicles including large vans, buses, campers, RVs, and limousines will not be permitted entry
  • Convertibles are permitted, however, they may not have the top down.
  • Motorcycles and similar vehicles are not permitted. 
  • Sitting in truck beds will not be permitted.
  • In order to fully experience Electric Mile, each vehicle must have a working FM receiver to tune-in.

Important safety information: 

Electric Mile contains bright, flashing lights and/or imagery that may cause discomfort and/or seizures for those with photosensitive epilepsy.

To get the lowdown on more fun events coming to the SoCal area check out our other posts below. 

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And if you’re running low on ideas for family-friendly fun, here are a few to get you started. 

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