It’s time to celebrate Mexican culture and get a good workout in at the same time. That’s right… The 9th Annual Dia de Los Muertos Night Run is just around the corner, and you absolutely don’t want to miss it. Not only is it a great way to get some exercise into your day, but it’s also an ideal opportunity to meet some new friends in the local area and get closer to your community … all while learning about Mexican culture. Sounds like a great night, doesn’t it? Before you get ready to run, get all the necessary info you need to move forward with your plans.
All About the Run
This year’s Dia de Los Muertos Night Run is going to take place on Saturday, Oct. 26. It’s going to start at 5 p.m., and the race will continue until 9 p.m. You can find it at McAllister Park right here in San Antonio. You can easily buy your tickets online now. If you buy them ahead of time, you’ll only have to pay $35 to register. However, if you wait until the day of the race, expect to pay $40. That’s why it’s in your best interest to register as early as you can.
Perfect for All Levels
You may think that you have to be an avid runner to enjoy this event, but that’s far from the truth. Of course, some people want to push themselves to their limit to see if they can beat their best time, and that’s certainly something you can do. However, if you would prefer to take your time or even to walk, that’s great too!
Dressing up is always fun, but it’s even more exciting when you do it for this event. Why? Because you may win a cash prize! That’s right – whoever has the best costume of the evening will win a cash prize, so come out ready to dress your best.
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Fiesta After the Run
Once you cross the finish line, you are going to feel amazing. After all, completing a 5K is a big deal. But you don’t have to worry about going all the way home to celebrate. Instead, take advantage of the fiesta that will be happening after the run. It’s a fantastic way to hang out and meet other runners.
This is one of the most exciting events of the season in San Antonio, so make sure you register for the race today.