Humans have always had the ability to run, though they've only recently stopped doing it while balanced on their arms and hands. Give your feet something to do with this Groupon.
$25 for The Rave Run Nighttime 5K Light Show with Glow Gear and After Party on Saturday, August 31 (Up to $70 Value)
As of August 6, 2013, this event has been canceled.
On Saturday, August 31, participants and spectators gather for the The Rave Run, a 3.1-mile experience with artist-designed lighting effects and music in various 'Zones' throughout the course. Check-in runs from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Santa Clara Fairgrounds on August 30. Each runner's packet contains a runner's bib, an event T-shirt, a pair of glow glasses, an LED bracelet, and other event goodies. Extra glow accessories are available for purchase during online registration. After the run, an afterparty closes everything out with a DJ.
Runners must pick up their packets on Friday, August 30 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Athletic Performance, located at 1115 Lincoln Ave., San Jose, CA 95125. Race-day check in will result in an extra $5 fee.
The Rave Run
As night falls, participants in the noncompetitive Rave Run pull on neon T-shirts, don glow-in-the dark glasses, and stuff their pockets with glow sticks. Spectators look on as the throng of illuminated runners, which includes kids and adults, make their way through a 5-kilometer course that winds through city streets.
The event culminates with an after party, where a DJ spin tunes and powerful lasers cast out beams that illuminate wide smiles and the secret locations of any lost arks in the vicinity. Fog machines and CO2 jets help create a high-adrenaline atmosphere as attendees dance with their glow-in-the-dark compatriots. All the fun is for a good cause; The Rave Run partners with a local charity in each participating city.
“No comments yet but I know this is going to be a fun race. I look forward to it.”
“Design the course better and make the walkers adhere to the rules. ”
“Needs improved organization next yr. good to be laid back but no one knew what was going on ever. ”