- RunFestRun is hosted by DJ Chris Evans in Windsor Great Park, 22-24th May 2020
- Music line-up will include Toploader, Basement Jaxx, Duke, The Feeling, All Saints and Judge Jules
Radio DJ, Chris Evans, announced the music acts to play at this year’s RunFestRun. The three-day running and music festival returns after a successful launch in 2019 to a larger venue in the Royal Grounds of Windsor Great Park from 22-24th May 2020.
The new venue will play host to thousands of families and runners from all over the country looking to take part in the huge variety of running events from a half marathon to an immersive family fancy dress run, before entertaining away from the track with exciting music acts and world-famous speakers.
The Friday night entertainment will kick off with Toploader having runners Dancing In The Moonlight, before Basement Jaxx bring some of their Good Luck to the stage.
After a second day of running and family activities, Duke will kick off their set early Saturday evening, followed by The Feeling. Once into the party, All Saints will make your legs feel like they Never Ever ached, before renowned DJ Judge Jules closes the proceedings.
The Feeling commented: “We can’t wait for RunFestRun, from what we’ve seen of last year’s event, it looks awesome, see you all in Windsor in May!”.
Announced in this year’s running lineup will be team captains, Paula Radcliffe, Colin Jackson, Steve Cram and Natasha Evans who will be leading their teams throughout the weekend activities. Supporting on stage will also be radio presenter and running author Vassos Alexander who co-hosts the event.
To add to a glittering line up, the weekend will also include speakers including Jo Pavey, Graham Bell, Dan Keely, Sophie Raworth, Ben Smith and Danny Bent.
Tickets for the event are on the RunFestRun website. A full weekend pass including camping costs £155 for adults, or £70 for children (aged 6-16) and just £10 for little ones 6 and under. Alternatively, a family pass for 2 adults and 2 children is available for £370.
Day tickets for adults (from £45) and children (from £22.50) will also be available across Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
For more information on the event, visit www.runfestrun.co.uk