Frequently Asked Questions

On your mark, get set, enter! Fill out our online form by Wednesday 24th April 2019, and you’ll be on your way to taking Dublin’s streets by storm in the Night Run.
The entry fee is €35 (plus €2.50 processing and administration charge) €5 from each entry will be going to the Sean Cox Rehabilitation Trust, this year’s official charity partner. This includes a lot more than just entry to the race. You’ll also receive a timing chip, race number, race shirt, and a finishers’ medal.

*A limited number of walk up entries will be available during race registration times at Packet Pickup (Location TBC). These entries will be €40.00. Note: there will be no credit card facilities available.

This year you can have your race number and tech top posted for a small fee of €4.85. Save time having to collect your race number & tech top the day before and avoid queues on the day.
The race starts at 21.00pm, but the fun starts as soon as you arrive at the staging area. So come early and get ready with the rest of the runners.
While the race kicks off at 21.00pm, we’d like to get everything up and running beforehand. Participants will gather in the staging area at 20:20pm, and we’ll have a group warm up 20:50pm.
There is. Everyone has an hour and twenty minutes to complete the race, which is more than enough time when there’s a spring in your step.
There will be adequate toilet facilities pre-race at the start area however there will not be toilet facilities along the route.
Unit 9, Ground Floor, St Stephens Green Shopping Centre, D02 HX65.

 Dates and Times:

  • Friday 26th (11am to 6pm)
  • Saturday 27th (11am to 6pm)
  • Sunday 28th (11am to 3pm)

 

This year you can get your race number and top posted to you for a small fee. Or else as per previous years you can collect all items at Packet Pickup (Location and Times TBC)
We want our runners in top condition, so we’ll have a group warm-up at the start area at 20:50pm. Get ready to stretch your legs, and your smiles.
There most certainly will! We’ll mind your Night Run bag – free of charge – at a baggage drop (Location Mayor Square, outside National College of Ireland). Please keep in mind, this is only for your Night Run bag though, so pack light.
Without question. Your safety comes first: clearly marked medical facilities in place on the route if you need any assistance. There will also be a fully equipped medical centre at the finish line to address any trouble you or anyone you know may be experiencing.
We have teamed up again with Q-Park who have offered the following exclusive discounted rate for race participants. A lot of streets will be closed for the runners, so finding a place to park will be a bit harder than usual. If you have to drive, that’s OK; there will be on-street parking outside of the race route on Sunday 28th April, but jumping on the Luas or Dart, or using Dublin Bus would be ideal.

It sure is. After all, checking your time is half the fun. The chip will be contained within your race bib number, and the results will be posted online shortly after the race.
We all know the feeling. It’s Monday morning, you race out the door, sit down at your desk, and realise you left your stopwatch at home. Complete nightmare. You don’t have to worry about that with the Night Run: A link to race results will be posted online after the event. Just keep an eye on our social media channels for updates, check your time, and share it with the world.
The first step is to sit tight. In just a bit, you’ll receive an email confirming your entry into the race. We’ll send a second email during the week of the event which will include your official race number and further details about race pack collection (race bib number, and top) and race weekend itself.

If you opted to not have your Packet posted. You’ll need to register and collect your race pack at Packet Pickup (Location & Times TBC)

After that … all you need to do is show up, stretch, take to the streets, and have fun!

We are delighted to announce that the Sean Cox Rehabilitation Trust will be this year’s Official Charity Partner. Sean Cox sustained serious and life altering injuries in 2018 while attending a football game in Liverpool. Sean himself participated in last year’s event just days before flying to Liverpool.
€5 of your entry will go straight to the Sean Cox Rehabilitation Trust. You can also donate on Sean’s Gofundme page here