#NightShiftPHL Details: Everything You Need to Know About the Next Free Run for Night Owls 

Psst: It’s this weekend!

#NightShiftPHL | Photo via Facebook

#NightShiftPHL | Photo via Facebook

If you thought you were going to spend Sunday night sitting around in an Aztec Clay Mask mask while eating a serving of the giant quinoa salad you made for the week and watching “Lemonade” for the trillionth time (can you tell this is how I spent last Sunday night?), think again: The lovely organizers of #NightShiftPHL — the free occasional pop-up night runs for the night owls amongst us put on by Jon Lyons of Run215 and Suzanne Allaire of the November Project — just let us know the next #NightShiftPHL will be going down this coming Sunday night.

This time around, they’re moving things a bit north, taking over the streets of Northern Liberties and Fishtown. And because they’re switching things up, they’re letting us give you the lowdown on the start location and time, which they usually keep a secret until 24 hours before the race, early (lucky you!). Here it goes: The run will start at the Piazza in Northern Liberties at 9 p.m. on Sunday.

Runners can expect a three- to five-mile course with pit stops for circuit training. And, per usual, the night will end at a bar — you know, because you have to rehydrate somehow. You can check in at Run215 on Sunday for the route, and there’s no need to RSVP; just show up and look for the group of humans decked out in glow sticks. Happy running, night owls!

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