Ready, set, glow!
Brooklynites of all ages flocked to the Aviator Sports and Events Center on June 8 in Gerritsen Beach for the Night Nation Run, the world’s first running music festival 5K.
The course included multiple DJs, an illuminated race course and an after party filled with dancing, glow lights, lasers and live music from.
Participants included runners both young and old who gathered to celebrate their love of electronic music and exercise while fighting for a cure for cancer.
Lindsay Lorman came from New Jersey to participate in the run for the first time and said enjoyed the event so much, she would attend next year.
“My favorite part was the actual run. No lights were on and the racetrack was illuminated by everyone and their glow gear,” she said. “It was an added bonus that all the run donations went to fighting cancer.”
Daniela Figureo, heard about the event from some friends and made the trip from New Jersey to attend.
“It was fun because of the energy from the people and the DJs that played. I got a lot of exercise but, my favorite part was the after party at the event,” Figuero said.
Night Nation Run is a global event that is visiting multiple U.S. locations throughout the year. The official charity for Night Nation Run is Stand Up to Cancer. The event will be heading to Buffalo, N.Y., next on June 22 and will also be stopping in Manhattan in the near future.
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