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Disneyland Paris Run Weekend 2020 dates revealed

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The official dates are out for the Disneyland Paris Run Weekend in 2020! The runWeekend event will take place between Thursday the 24th of September and Sunday the 27th of September 2020. The first race, the 5K, will probably be on Friday the 25th in the evening if the schedule is similar to the previous years.

This year again, you’ll be able to join in for all kinds of races: The half-marathon (21K), the 10K, the 5K and the Kids Races. The usual 31K, 36K and the Castle to Chateau challenges should be part of the party as well.

As for the theme of the races and the medal announcement, you’ll need to be a little more patient. Disneyland Paris usually communicates the theme in March and the medals in June.

You’ll soon be able to book package deals for 2020 which will include on-site Disney hotel, Disney park access and the race bibs. If you want to book your race bibs only, you’ll need to wait till April. Stay tuned for both as we’ll share more news as soon as we get it.

Getting excited about next year? Take a look at the beautiful medals of 2019:

Disneyland Paris Run Weekend Medals 2019

Planning is crucial for the Disneyland Paris races, as they are quickly sold out. I almost didn’t get my 10K bib this year, and they were sold out the minute after I confirmed my registration. So timing is key! Plan ahead, mark the dates in your agenda and follow us to know when you can start booking through the official Disney channels. You can also check the official runDisney website from time to time.

If you are joining the races this year or even next year, we suggest you take a look at our guide to discover all our tips for your first day in Disneyland Paris our read more about what the Disneyland Paris Run Weekend is.

I can’t wait to see what the theme for next year will be. Do you have any suggestion or theme you’d like Disneyland Paris to do? Let us know your ideas in the comments below.

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