Run, Dance, Drink, Crawl At the Sun Down Beer Run on April 26, 2014

Drink booze, run and have all the fun!
posted on: Friday, April 4, 2014

Lifestyle Geek

hYes! Your eyes are not fooling ‘ya. The Philippines has a beer run and it will be happening in Lapu-Lapu City!

Brace yourselves for the Sun Down Beer Run on April 26, 2014!

The Sun Down Beer Run is just one of the merry activities lined up for the Kadaugan Street Party 2014!

The Sun Down Beer Run is the only beer run in the Philippines and joining it means you will be racing your heart out while you take in all the booze and eat all the pulutan you can handle.

Register as a participant at these partner establishments:

  1. Runnr in Ayala Center Cebu

  2. Parkmall

  3. Lobby of Lapu-Lapu City Hall

Registration is only for Php 250! 3K and 6K categories are available. Registration is inclusive of a race bib, pulutan and drinks.

To make things more fun, the first 500 registrants will exclusively get their own beer run shirts!

Mark your calendars on April 26, 2014! Assembly time starts at 4 PM while the gun start will at 5 PM. Before the start of the run, there will be a warm-up dance. Participants will be treated with only the best because the best DJ in Cebu, Marlon Orellano, will fill the air with electric dance beats to get everyone going.

There will be three allocated beer and water stations, as well as pulutan stations with sausages, kropek, and mixed nuts, scattered along the race route.

Winning is quite a breeze but before they will let you win, you have to take in shots of hard liquor before crawling your way to the finish line. Yep, you heard that right! You have to crawl to finish the race!

One more thing! Finishers will also receive more free booze of up to three coupons for every participant.

Sun Down Beer Run 2014 Press Conference –

You might even wan’t grab the chance to win the “Drunken Master” award by running like a wild drunk or work together with your barkada to win the “Team Tagay” award. After all, this race is all about fun. This is very exciting, isn’t it?