Glow Run KC

Glow Run 5K - Lincoln


New Date for 2015 Coming Soon!

THE GLOW RUN 5K Lincoln took place on Saturday May 24th at 8:45pm.

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The Race will start and finish at Haymarket Park, home of the Lincoln Saltdogs and University of Nebraska Cornhuskers Baseball and Softball teams.

Join us at the Glow Run 5k on May 24th. Be a part of this unique Glow Run 5K experience as the race will start and finish inside Haymarket Park during the Lincoln Saltdogs home game on Saturday, May 24th against the defending American Association League champion, Winnipeg Goldeyes. All participant registrations include a ticket to the game. (Additional tickets can be purchased for $5) Come early for our preparty!! Our participants get treated to free face painting and an awesome GLOW ZUMBA warmup!! It will be a GLOWtastic time!!

Be sure to stick around for the post event after party and The LIGHT EM’ UP Experience! Hundreds of giveaways will be tossed to the crowd from the main stage to help enhance the experience! Awards will also be given in the following categories:

  • Individual Outfit Award - Top "GLOW MAN", Top "GLOW WOMAN"

You do NOT want to miss this GLOWtastic party!

Charity Partner:

Nebraska Sports Council

The Nebraska Sports Council is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization with a mission of providing quality competition for amateur athletes of all ages and abilities and promoting healthy and active lifestyle choices.

The NSC is pleased to offer opportunities for amateur athletes of all ages and abilities to showcase their athletic talents, participate for the fun of it, meet new friends, make family memories, test their mental and physical limits and achieve healthier lifestyles.

The Council was founded in 1985 by Dr. Richard Hammer, Jerry McGinn and O.W. "Bill" Smith and is governed by a 24-member statewide board of directors.

Programs of the Nebraska Sports Council are made possible because of the financial support of more than 60 corporate sponsors, in-kind and cash donations from more than 350 businesses and organizations and the efforts of more than 2,500 volunteers.