Hey, Night Owls: Run215 Is Hosting a Free Karaoke-Themed #NIGHTSHIFTPHL Run Tonight

Your Tuesday evening plans just got an upgrade.

First #NIGHTSHIFTPHL run | Photo via Instagram @run_215

First #NIGHTSHIFTPHL run | Photo via Instagram @run_215

Run215 and the November Project’s Suzanne Allaire are back at it again, friends! Tonight, they’re hosting their second ever #NIGHTSHIFTPHL run, and this one ends at Old City’s National Mechanics with — wait for it — karaoke. Now, say it with me, people: Goin’ UP on a Tuesday.

Runners will meet at the Southwest corner of 3rd and Market Streets at 10 p.m. where folks from Salming shoes will be demoing some kicks, and they’ll even be letting runners test out the shoes during the fun run. Pretty cool, huh?

The route for the run is top-secret, but if the last #NIGHTSHIFTPHL run is any indication, it’ll be around three miles in distance. Runners will end up at National Mechanics for some karaoke and probably some beer, too (because I’m pretty sure beer is a universal requirement when it comes to karaoke). And in keeping with the Swedish theme of Salming shoes, Jon Lyons of Run215 says folks can expect many a Robyn hit on the karaoke lineup, and maybe some Swedish fish, too. Sounds like the dream, right?

The run is free and there’s no need to sign up ahead of time. Just show up at 3rd and Market Streets at 10 p.m. tonight ready to get your run on.

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