Milwaukee, WI
Experience the Shine Tour Jul 11, 2015!
Get your tickets now!

The Shine Tour is here! We have so many surprises in store for you! Grab your besties and spread the word because tickets will go fast!

 

Be a part of BOTH events coming to Milwaukee this year! The Color Run Night on Sept 12th AND The Color Run on July 11th! Both at Miller Park! Get the combo ticket for the best value while they last!

 
Team (4+) Runners* Individual Runner
$45.00/person - Team Runner Pricing $49.50 - Solo Runner Pricing
$49.50/person - Team Runner Pricing $55.00 - Solo Runner Pricing
   

*A team is 4+ friends running, laughing, and dancing through the course together. You don't need a full team to get started! Get yourself signed up today and then round up your team!  Encourage them to signup ASAP...creating a team does not hold or reserve spots.  The event can sell out at any time.

We can’t wait to see you! Below is all the information you will need to be ready for race day. Grab your tutus, your friends, and your running shoes and we’ll see you at the start line!

Start Window

The start-line window will open at 9:00 AM with waves going every few minutes until 10:00 AM! Make sure you plan your day with plenty of time. At The Color Run, the start line is its own pre-race party with music, dancing, warmup stretching and giveaways!

Race Guide

Your Race Guide is here! Inside you’ll find important info about Packet Pick up, Event Day, and more.

Course Map

Miller Park
One Brewers Way, Milwaukee, WI 53214

Check-In Party

Questions? Please contact our customer service representatives by clicking here.

More information is coming soon!

Charity Highlight

We love chucking paint and making people smile, but we also think it is important to give back. As a for profit company, we are excited we have the opportunity to partner with charities and help shine a light on their extraordinary work within society .

To learn more about how The Color Run works with charities, click here.

We are thrilled to be working with Ustrucks Battle Batten Disease.

Batten Disease is a rare, terminal, neurological disease and those who suffer from it have a life expectancy of 6-10 years. The disease causes massive seizures and, eventually, loss of all body function. There is no cure.  Bill and Missy Ustruck, of the Milwaukee suburb of West Allis, have had two of their five children suffer from this horrible disease. Their 6-year-old son Sully died in December 2013.  Colton, who is 5,  is also fighting the devastating effects of the illness.  The Ustrucks have created a non-profit organization to raise awareness of this fatal disease and gain support for their wonderful family.