Running in Brenham

$29 for Night Nation Run - Running Music Festival 5K Entry on Saturday, June 27 ($60 Value)

Night Nation Run

Sam Houston Race Park

5K music festival has participants run to different DJ stages amid interactive light shows before a main-stage after party

$60 $29

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$29 for Color Me Rad 5K Entry on May 9 ($55 Value)

Color Me Rad

Sam Houston Race Park

Stations placed throughout a looping 5K track lob clouds of colored cornstarch to transform runners’ outfits from white to rainbow

$55 $29

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Outdoor Adventure Race Entry for One or Four to The Cotopaxi Questival on September 11–12 (Up to 41% Off)


Old Settlers Park

24-hour adventure race challenges teams to complete quirky activities and earn prizes for charity

$55 $33

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$100 for Urban Assault Race Entry on Sunday, November 1 ($130 Value)

Urban Assault Ride

Fiesta Gardens

Challenging bike obstacle race may include bike jousting, adult big wheels, and bike limbo

$130 $100

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The Color Run Austin Entry for One, Two, or Four at Travis County Expo on Saturday, May 16 (Up to 32% Off)

The Color Run Austin

Travis County Expo

During an untimed 5K race, runners wear white at the starting line and cross the finish line doused head-to-toe in different colors

$50 $35

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Independence 10K Run, Independence 5K Run/Walk or Kid's Patriotic Mile for One or Two (Up to 48% Off)

Independence 5K, 10K Run/Walk & Patriotic Mile

Deer Park Community Center

Independence Day-themed 5K and 10K raises money for the Armed Forces Children’s Education Fund

$30 $16

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  • Color Up 5K
    It's a 5K that's "more fun than run." In fact, contestants don't have to run at all. They can run, walk, skip, stroll, or even stroll while pushing a stroller. At the Color Up 5K in College Station, there are no timers and there's no pressure. The only thing a contestant needs is a partying spirit, sunglasses or goggles, and preferably a white shirt to serve as a cotton canvas for the trek's frequent explosions of technically edible cornstarch colors. With plumes of technicolor fumes that would inspire Francis Scott Key descendants to pen another tune, the Color Up 5K sends friends and families on a kaleidoscopic quest punctuated by giggles and gentle chromatic showers. Besides the glee of fellowship between contestants, the post-race color party also benefits community-based charities. Color Up 5K donates $5 from every race fee to Keep Brazos Beautiful.
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    1015 Colgate Dr.
    College Station, TX US
  • Graffiti Run
    The creators of The Colorful 5K use the term ?run? very loosely. Less of a race, and more a celebration of the human spirit, the Graffiti Run encourages participants to dash, dance, prance, skip, cartwheel, or walk the course as they douse each other in vibrant hues that span the full spectrum. Each run also donates a portion of proceeds to a local charity, which range from Special Olympics affiliates and scholarship funds to city cleanup and beautification projects.
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    1015 Colgate Dr.
    College Station, TX US
  • Dash of the Titans
    While the Dash of the Titans course is just 5 kilometers long, there are a lot of factors that a simple statement of distance doesn't take into account. It doesn’t reflect, for instance, the extra distance runners cover when scaling vertical walls, the jolt of adrenaline they experience before leaping over a flaming hurdle, or the upper-body strength necessary to crawl commando-style through a pit of mud with barbed wire hovering overhead. These and other military-style obstacles transform this 5K run into a grueling assault on runners’ willpower, endurance, and spotless white sneakers. The chip-timed race grants awards to the fastest runner in each age group, and entrants can also compete for best costume.
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    15215 Hillside Park Way
    Cypress, TX US
  • Human Rights Walk & Festival
    It all started with one Girl Scout. Demme Durrett was just a freshman when she founded the Human Rights Walk & Festival, a gathering that would eventually turn into her Gold Award project and draw more than 2,000 people. At the event's heart is an all-ages and handicapped-accessible walk that gives participants fresh air and an education in the United Nations' Universal Declaration of Human Rights via an outdoor exhibit of artwork, posters, and essays that illustrate the U.N.'s 30 Basic Human Rights. But the walk is only the beginning of this outing, which also features live music, guest speakers sharing inspiring stories, and festival activities for the entire family.
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    2099 Lake Robbins Dr.
    The Woodlands, TX US
  • Three Palms Action Sports Park
    Racing Humans events pit earthlings against 5 kilometers of treacherous terrain riddled with hills, hurdles, and enough mud to make a bathtub look into early retirement. During spectator-friendly adventures, racers are challenged with a strenuous course, but must conquer a series of obstacles as well, including crawling under barbed wire, swimming across lakes, and high stepping over stacks of logs. Course officials keep feet moving along the route, and afterward, an awards ceremony recognizes the day's fastest competitors and best costumes. Racing Humans also hosts 1-mile events for youngsters aged 7–14, during which kids surmount obstacles without help from their parents or answers from the back of the teacher’s book.
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    15100 Interstate 45
    Conroe, TX US
  • Conroe Cajun Catfish Festival
    If you want to find catfish, alligator, and frog legs all in one place, your best bet is the swamp. But if you want to find all three animals plus carnival rides and live music, then you'd be better off heading to Conroe in October. For 25 years, the Conroe Cajun Catfish Festival has celebrated cooking traditions from the Lone Star State and its adjacent bayous, with gumbo and sausage to complement crispy fillets of its namesake fish. Songs are almost as plentiful as snacks. On three stages and a performance space for kid-friendly shows, the fest showcases beloved bands playing sets that range from country to Beatles covers. Carnival rides, craft booths, and contests fill the rest of the fest with family-friendly activities, such as mechanical-bull rides and a non-mechanical petting zoo.
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    101 South Main Street
    Conroe, TX US

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