The first edition of Lagos Colour Splash 5.3km comes up this June!
It is a wellness and community-based Non-Competitive colourful activity conceived in response to the near absence of cohesive community-based networking opportunities and wellness carnival in Lagos State.
This event creates an outdoor fun atmosphere welcoming various industry professionals existing in Lagos State and visitors alike; including children and students to a massive networking event through a wellness carnival.
The situation has prompted 42nd Generation Entertainment Limited (publishers of In The City, Lagos) in conjunction with the Lagos State Government and Virtual Xchange to begin to bridge this gap by sponsoring broad spectrum activities inclusive of wellness business and citizens geared towards nurturing community spirit that has mutual benefits. The Lagos Colour Splash is a first step to fostering this partnership effort as well as to get the people of Lagos state in colourful motion again.
Lagos Colour Splash is positioned to become an annual event.
This 5.3km course begins at the Bar Beach, runs through Akin Adesola Street, through Adeola Odeku then through Ahmadu Bello Way and back to the Beach. Any participant willing to make a personal best, can elect to go round the course as many times as possible. Such persons will be honored.
You can run, walk, bike, jog, stroll or crawl.
Date: Saturday, June 27th
Time: 6.30 AM – 4 PM
Venue/Starting Point: Eko Atlantic
The road/colour stations event starts promptly at 8 AM and ends at 1 PM, and the entertainment and networking opportunities begin at 1 PM and runs through to 4 PM.
The event is FREE to all, including the physically challenged and provides an avenue for ‘Lagosians’ and visitors alike to socialize; therefore, foster community involvement by bonding with the whole family and the businesses that serve them.
Registration is on the web site: www.inthecityafrica.com and www.vx-group.com or at the venue (Registration Booth) on the day of the event beginning at 6am. Pre-registration could earn a participant priority.