Oblivious to Labor Day law, you arrive at the starting line in all the white clothing you can find in your closet: white shirt (mandatory), white shorts (not mandatory, yet encouraged), white socks (are there any other kind?), white cape (yes!), white tuxedo (you should save that for your wedding). In your white duds you take off from the starting line like a pristine canvas, ready to become a beautiful, jogging piece of art. Throughout the course you encounter “Graffiti Zones” where our diabolical team of volunteers, staff, sponsors and leprechauns will douse you with COLOR. First green, then red, then orange, then pink, then purple and then at the finish line a grand finale of color that will leave you feeling (and looking) like you just traveled the most colorful three miles of your life.
Starting Price – $40
Starting On 2/14/14 – $45
Starting On 4/4/14 – $50
The Graffiti Run will start at 9am with the final wave being sent out at 10:30am. Runners will be sent out in waves every 30 minutes. When you are done with the run, enjoy yourself at our after party to bask in your colorful accomplishment with great music and dancing (great dancing is not guaranteed)!
We suggest you arrive at least 30 minutes beforehand so you can get situated along with enjoying the company you bring, also this will ensure you begin your Graffiti Run experience exactly when you want to.
Free Parking and Shuttles at:
Sports Authority Field
1701 Bryant St.
What To Bring To Packet Pickup:
What To Bring To The Race:
Waiver (If you didn’t go to Packet Pickup)
ID (If you didn’t go to Packet Pickup)
White Shirt (preferred, and we’ll provide one)
The drive to DANCE!
We HIGHLY recommend that you pick-up your packet at our Packet Pick-Up before the event. This will allow you to skip the long check-in lines on race-day and mosey right on over to the start line!
Packet Pick-Up for the Graffiti Run Denver will take place at
Friday April 25th and Saturday April 26th from 11am-6pm.
370 South Colorado Blvd.
Glendale, CO 80246
The Graffiti Run Denver will happily donate a portion of the proceeds to two local charities! Epic Experience and the US Air Force 460th Civil Engineering Squadron.
Epic experience seeks to engage adult cancer survivors as well as their caregivers in the healing process by providing a venue where participants can experience adventure, seek solace in the peaceful surroundings, and establish a supportive community among fellow survivors. www.epicexperience.org
Also helping us make this event great is the:
460 Civil Engineering Squadron
Unit Advisory Council – Active Duty Air Force Civil Engineering Squadron
Want to be a part of the Graffiti Run but don’t feel like jogging? Join the Graffiti Squad and pelt people with color; join the Registration team and help check in the soon to be colorful Graffiti Runners on race-day; or join one of the pre-race volunteer opportunities to help us setup the event on 4/26/14!