Most, if not all of us have heard of The Color Run.

An event that sees runners sprayed a host of bright colors – and that makes for amazing photos afterwards – The Color Run will be back again this year on 23 September, and will be happening at Palawan Green in Sentosa.

This year, it’ll be doing something a little different – it’s holding The Happiest 5k On The Planet at night.

Image Credit: The Color Run

As with previous years, color will feature prominently in this un-timed run, with one exciting difference – this year’s event is less colored powder galore, more UV party.

A Glowing Good Time

Run alongside thousands of participants (a.k.a Color Runners) who will be doused from head to toe in different neon colors at each kilometer.

Image Credit: The Color Run

All runners will also don a black light headlamp that will capture the UV reactive powder during color throws, the glow of the color zones and the night attractions throughout the entire neon course.

Featuring four color zones, run to the beats that will be pumping at each zone, giving you and your squad a different kind of nightlife experience to remember.

The run only has two rules: one, come dressed in your biggest, brightest neon styles, and two, finish plastered in glowing color!

What’s Waiting At The End

The fun doesn’t stop when your run is over. At the end of the course will be an unforgettable party at the Finish Festival!

Image Credit: The Color Run

A party that’s pumping with music, dancing and even more color throws, there will be even more vivid color combos so everyone can get their glow on.

Regular tickets for the run are going at $70, which is inclusive of entry to The Color Run, a limited edition The Color Run Night tee, a black light headlamp, a neon color packet and glow in the dark tattoos. For an even more epic experience, opt for the Deluxe tickets ($98), which will further include a LED Foam Baton, LED bracelet, The Color Run Night Star socks, as well as entry to the priority queue at the Race Pack Collection and Start Line.

Whether you’ve been diligently exercising, or haven’t touched your running shoes in a long, long time, come join in the fun at The Color Run! Run, have fun, make amazing memories with your best friends and take some amazing photos to show for it!

Save With DiscoverSG

Want to go for The Color Run but afraid to burn a hole through your wallet?

While regular tickets to The Color Run are going at $70, DiscoverSG readers get to purchase them at the reduced price of $59.50! This includes entry to The Color Run, a limited edition The Color Run Night tee, a black light headlamp, a neon color packet and glow in the dark tattoos. Click here to enjoy the discount.

The Color Run
Venue: Sentosa Beach Station, Palawan Green
Date: 23 Sept
Time: 1st wave flag off: 7pm; second wave flag off: 8pm
Admission:  Kids: $35 | Regular Color Runner: $70 | Deluxe Color Runner: $98 | Family Color Runners (2 adults + 2 kids): $175
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Also read This Glow-In-The-Dark Path In Singapore Will Make You Feel Like You’re Walking On Stars

(Header Image Source: The Color Run)

 
 
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