HIGH HEEL RACE
SEPTEMBER 15, 2018
THE OFFICIAL KICKOFF EVENT FOR THE LOUISVILLE PRIDE FESTIVAL
Check-In Begins at 12:00pm
Registration Ends at 1:00pm
Parade of Heels: 1:15pm
Race Starts at 1:30pm
$20 per individual • $100 per team
FREE to Spectators
Calling Louisville’s Bravest Women & Men
Strap on your stilettos for a very different call to the post at the 2nd Annual VOICES HIGH HEEL RACE. This fabulous frolick, sure to get those calves in shape, will kick off the annual Louisville Pride Foundation Pride Festival. People of all shoe sizes are encouraged to wear the best costumes and most creative high heels to run, walk, prance, dance, and sashay for 100 meters — laughing all the way to finish line. Runners must be 18 years of age or older to participate. Race will take place along Lucia Avenue at Bardstown Road.
JUDGES RACHEL & PAM PLATT
Awarded for WIN, PLACE, & SHOW, Winning Team, Best Costume, Best Team Costume, and Most Creative High Heels.
Gather the Squad
Bring your friends and family! Audience members are encouraged to cheer on runners and enjoy the spectacle.
Kick Off Party • 7-9pm
Don't miss the High Heel Race Kick Off Party Thursday, August 23 at the home of Michael Aldridge and Matt Madden
Race Rules and Regulations
2 inch high heel minimum (NO FLATS)
Persons may run as an individual OR with a team.
Runners must be 18 years or older to race.
Starting line placement is based on a first arrival status.
No pushing or shoving! That’s a race foul and you can be disqualified.
Teams must have 6 people on your team. No more, no less.
Entry Fees: $20 per individual • $100 Entrance fee for a team of 6
Each runner must be fully wearing a pair of heels (i.e. on both feet!)
Each TEAM must be recognizable by their costume or shirts in order to win.
First team to cross the finish line must announce to the line judge their team name. Line judges are available at both sides of the finish line.
Prizes will be awarded to: Win, Place, Show, Winning Team, Best Costume and Most original HIGH HEELS! (as determined by a group of judges during the Parade of Heels)