It seems like there is a contradiction in the heart of a running festival (who wants to run a hard run and then get up all night?), But this performance underestimates the endurance of the runners. The whole training you use not only helps during a race, but also means that you can endure long celebrations.
And you want to be in shape to sign up for a PB at a glorious celebration running – that's exactly what RunFestRun wants to be. Everyone enjoys the common ticket in the finisher area of a race, but all too often this ticket disappears as soon as you start your journey home. At RunFestRun, which takes place from Friday, May 31st to Sunday, June 2nd, there is hope that you will be able to bask in the glory all weekend.
Festivalgoers will be able to take part in a wide selection Starting with the Sunset Shuffle, a light effort on Friday night to calm you down for Saturday when there are 2.5km, 5km, 1
When you arrive at RunFestRun, you will receive this costume when you are assigned to one of the four teams of the feast. Each is led by another celebrity: Olympic champion Paula Radcliffe, Steve Cram and Colin Jackson, and professional golfer Natasha Evans, who is married to DJ Chris Evans – co-host of the event alongside radio and TV presenter Vassos Alexander. Each team will receive a different bug costume for Sunday, and throughout the weekend you'll earn points for each team as you complete a run.
All runs take place on the sprawling grounds of the Bowood House and Gardens in Wiltshire. That means a multitude of traffic-free areas to tackle as you pass through the many attractions in the 100-acre parkland designed by perhaps the greatest English landscape architect Capability Brown. These attractions include hidden temples, waterfalls and a kilometer-long lake.
When the run finishes every day, you can go to the main stage of RunFestRun, which has a number of big names. On Friday, Razorlight and Reef will be on stage, and on Saturday you can see Ten Tonnes, the Coral, a DJ set by Faithless and headliner Olly Murs,
. The festival will also feature a series of lectures by athletes such as Jo Pavey and host Christine Ohuruogu and other inspiring figures such as Ben Smith, who completed 401-1996 marathons in 401 days. And in the unlikely event that conversation, music and racing start to get bored, there are many other attractions, including a gym, a spa, a mall and the adventure zone where you can zip-lunge.  RunFestRun tickets will be available from Thursday, March 21st.
Buy Tickets | Adults £ 140, Child (six to 17 years) £ 65, under six £ 10, Family (two adults, two children) £ 350