An Electronic Dance Music Festival 5K is Coming to Cleveland in September

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Billed as "the world's first Running Music Festival," Nocturnal Lands is bringing its lights and lasers to the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds in September for an electronic-music-fest-turned-5K-dance-party-thingy.

Here's how it works: Folks can sign up online for the Sept. 12 race (early bird registration is $30 and includes free stuff like a T-shirt and a glow necklace), then make their way to the fairgrounds on race day where stages will be set up throughout the course providing non-stop entertainment while participants boogie their way to the finish line.



All this leads up to the "real" party, which takes place after the race and includes a number of guest DJs as well as a surprise headliner, light shows, selfie-stations, confetti guns, fog lights, plus wild, wild Clevelanders dancing until hurts.

More deets, plus registration information, are available here.


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