The competitors aren’t the only ones who are going to have fun at Runaway Barossa Marathon on 21 October because there are plenty of activities, fine food and wine, and world class entertainment for everyone to get immersed in.
Whether you are competing, supporting your family or mates, looking for a fun day out sampling the wonderful Barossa produce, or just curious to learn more about the joy of running, the Finish Line Festival at Peter Lehmann Winery in Tanunda will be the heart of the Runaway Barossa race experience.
Supporters can make a day of it cheering on the finishers of the full and half marathons, the 10km and the kids run while enjoying the local flavours of the Barossa Valley region, with plenty of delicious food stalls, fine wine and wonderful entertainment.
If you are a competitor the Finish Line Festival will be the place where you can relax, appreciate a well-earned massage, refuel, and celebrate your achievement with friends and family.
Soak up the atmosphere and music, enjoy the diversity of food and wine that the Barossa is famous for, from some of Adelaide and the Barossa’s purveyors of fine food – Harvest Kitchen, the Forage and Supply Co and the Comida Catering Co.
Grab a coffee from the Little Blue Retro Coffee Van and the Bean Revolution, treat yourself to Barossa Valley Ice Cream or find your inner strength and harmony with the Barossa Yogini’s famous Wine Yoga.
For music lovers Adelaide’s indi pop trio the Germein Sisters will headline the event with their catchy melodies and flawless harmonies have been turning heads across the globe. The sisters, Georgia (guitar, keys), Ella (electric cello, bass) and Clara Germein (drums) are set to light up the Runaway Barossa Marathon with their infectious indie pop tunes, irresistible charm and stunning live show.
A new look at the traditional Barossa experience, Runaway Barossa Marathon (21 October, 2017) is a weekend escape with friends and family, that brings together our love of the outdoors and our passion for being active.
Runaway Barossa Marathon not only immerses you in the unique wine and food experience the Barossa region is famous for, but also allows you to indulge in your passion for running offering brand new, innovative and creative marathon and half marathon courses (and 10km and kid’s runs) among the beautiful countryside and patchwork quilt of paddocks and vines of this stunning destination.
For further information visit http://runawaybarossamarathon.com.au/