Pittsburgh, PA
November 15, 2014
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Team (4+) Runners* Individual Runner
$35.00/person - Team Runner Pricing $40.00 - Solo Runner Pricing
$40.00/person - Starting August 15th, 2014 $45.00 - Starting August 15th, 2014
$45.00/person - Starting October 15th, 2014 $50.00 - Starting October 15th, 2014

*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 10:00 AM with three start times of 10:00 AM, 10:20 AM, and 10:40 AM.  Please check your confirmation email for your start time. The start chute will close at 11:00AM 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!

Course Map

North Shore at Heinz Field & PNC Park
260 North Shore Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Check-In Party

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

Information coming soon

Charity Highlight

The Color Run, a for profit company, loves the chance it has to partner with charities and help shine a light on their extraordinary work within society.

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

We are thrilled to be working with the Rett Syndrome Foundation.

Rett syndrome is a unique disorder that most often begins to show itself in early childhood. It is primarily discussed as a neurological disorder, or a developmental disorder, associated with loss of acquired skills like speech and hand function. Health and medical issues may not always be the first issues that come to mind. However, there are some medical issues that children with RTT may experience over the course of their lifetime. For parents and caregivers, these can quickly become the most overwhelming and fearful aspects of the syndrome if we don't know what to look for, how to rule-it-in or how to rule-it-out, and how to treat and manage.
The core mission of the IRSF is to fund research for treatments and a cure for Rett syndrome while enhancing the overall quality of life for those living with Rett syndrome by providing information, programs, and services.