The Bubble Run is coming to Las Vegas
Date: April 27Get
Location: Downtown Las Vegas
Time: 9:00 am
|After Mar 13||$45||$40|
|After Apr 17||$50||$45|
How Does This Go Down?
Clad in white t-shirts, Participants run, walk, dance and play across 3 miles of absolute fun! Waves start every 3-5 minutes. Then, at each kilometer, participants will run through the Foam Bogs where there is enough colored foam to cover you from head to toe!
Each of the four Foam Bogs along the course are represented by different colored foam.
There are a few simple rules.
Rule 1:All levels of runners, walkers, twirlers, dancers and strollers are welcome to the Bubble Run™.
Rule 2: Wear white. That way, your appearance at the finish will be even more pronounced.
Rule 3: Enjoy being a kid again.
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So, how do you get in on the fun?
Registration is simple:
- Click on the purple “register and play” button at the top of this page.
- Fill out the form as a single participant or as part of a team (4 or more) with family or friends if you wish. And we strongly encourage creative team names that we invite you share on the BUBBLE RUN™ Facebook page.
- Show up with a huge smile and be ready for the whimsiest 5k on the planet™!
FAIR WARNING: The BUBBLE RUN™ is limited in space in each city. We anticipate each location to fill before event day so best get your registration shiz together quickly!
Help spread the love.
Bubble-teers. Yep, we said bubble-teers. That’s what we’re calling the gracious, fun-living individuals who might prefer to participate in this foamy insanity from the sidelines. If you’re interested in being a bubble-teer at one of our runs, please fill out the bubble-teer form to get things rolling. Thanks for your help, we’re excited to have you as part of the team!
Charity PartnersSign Design Theatre Company
Sign Design theatre is a non-profit Deaf and hearing children's organization that was established in 1986 to bring Deaf awareness to Las Vegas in an entertaining and inspiring way. The kids who are involved, learn American Sign Language, dance and theatre techniques, and perform throughout the United States. Along with having the opportunity to work with professionals and perform for a wide range of audiences, the children also learn about Deaf culture and the value of community service.
Project 150 started in December 2011, when we learned that the Clark County School District has an overwhelming number of homeless teenagers attending school. The issue was highlighted in a local TV news report that focused on 150 homeless students attending Rancho High School. The shock over this seemingly hidden reality for over 5000 students in the Las Vegas Valley created a buzz amongst a network of friends and business colleagues.