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Neon Run Ready to Light Up New Jozi Venue

The spectacular Neon Run will be taking place at a new venue in Jozi this year. The exciting event is scheduled to take place on Saturday the 2nd of September 2017 at St Stithians College in Sandton. This new setting offers a safe family-friendly environment for participants of all ages. Ample parking is available and the fantastic venue will host the hottest post-race musical artists.

Already on its fourth year, fitness fanatics and party animals alike are invited to light up the night at this colourful event. The Neon Run Johannesburg is comprised of a 5km race course teeming with incredible activations including paint, disco and graffiti walls, LED and fire dancers, culminating at the finish line where participants get to enjoy fantastic live entertainment acts.

The night race is the perfect opportunity to dress up and indulge in a wonderful fun and fitness combination, all safely situated at St Stithians College. The race is not limited to running alone: any athletes wishing to walk, cycle, bring animals and even skate can cover the brightly lit course and stop in at the various glow zones to show off their luminescence. The event also offers neon gear for sale to help racers get ready, set, glow.

Mastermind and creator, Travis Brown who founded the successful Neon run four years ago expresses his enthusiasm for this year’s festivities. “Neon Run has built up a diverse and loyal following. For the last 3 years we have had an average of 12,000 attendees per year at our Johannesburg events. The production is top class, with high quality stage and sound, for over 10,000 people, and a lighting, pyro and laser show which will climax during our headline acts.”

The end of race after party is going to be electric with top SA performers headlining, making for an event not to be missed.

Visit www.neonrun.co.za for early bird specials and more event information.

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