BB&T Amazing Technicolor 5K


Event Date

Sat, Oct 25, 2014


Mesquite, TX

About This Activity

The 2nd annual BB&T Amazing Technicolor 5k is a great event for everyone! You don't  have to be a runner and their is no timing. The main qualification is that you have a great time and create great memories with your friends and family all to support Mesquite ISD teachers and students.

This fun run will distract and please you from beginning to end. You won't even notice that you have completed a 5K. You start clean and finish covered head to toe with amazing colors. Throughout the course and at the finish line you will be showered with colored powder. You won't want to miss the the party at the finish line with a great DJ, tons of prizes, and of course, more amazing color.

Check out the 2013 highlight video HERE.

Event details and schedule


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Date: Saturday, October 25, 2014

Location: Mesquite Convention Center – 1818 Rodeo Dr. Mesquite, TX 75149

Event Schedule:

  • 7am – 9am      Race Day Registration
  • 9am                 BB&T Amazing Technicolor 5K Starts!
  • 9:30am            Color Party & Contests in full swing at Finish Line

What Comes with Each Entry?

  • A color ready BB&T Amazing Technicolor t-shirt
  • Colorful sunglasses
  • A bag of color powder for the Color Party
  • Lots of free goodies from Event Sponsors
  • An awesome backdrop for “selfies”!!!

Parking: There is plenty of free parking at the Convention Center, and directly across from the Convention Center, at the Mesquite Arena.


  • Adult Registration (age 19 & up) - $30 (Price increases to $40 on Race Day)
  • Student Registration (age 5-18)  - $15
  • Adult Group Registration (4+)     - $25 per person (Not available on Race Day)

Packet Pickup: Details TBD


Wear white and finish covered in color!

The BB&T Amazing Technicolor 5k supports the efforts of the Mesquite ISD Education Foundation, Inc., and the Mesquite Education Association (MEA). These partner organizations are dedicated to enriching and enhancing the education of Mesquite’s 39,000 youngsters.

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