Running of the Santas 2021
December 11 @ 3:00 pm - 11:30 pm$30 – $95
The annual “Running of the Santas” scheduled for Saturday, December 12, 2020 has been postponed until Saturday, December 11, 2021. The annual “fun run” was set for its 10th annual extravaganza before event organizers decided to postpone out of safety and caution due to the ongoing COVID crisis.
Every year, the event is one of New Orleans’ most vibrant holiday tradition and calls for participants to dress up in their most creative Christmas attire for a chance to win the treasured “Best Holiday Costume” award. Event organizers were expecting more than 4,000 costumed participants this year donned as Santa, Mrs. Claus, Scrooge, Rudolph, Jingle Bells, Jack Frost, Old Man Winter and so many more. Last year’s “Running of the Santas” attracted more than 3,000 revelers from across the Gulf Coast to the streets of downtown New Orleans to participate in this unique Christmastime merrymaking.
A portion of the events proceeds were planned to be donated to the That Others May Live Foundation. Donations can still be made directly to the That Other May Live Foundation via https://www.thatothersmaylive.
About Running of the Santas
“Running of the Santas” is the premier holiday season event, which started in 1998 in the streets of downtown Philadelphia when 40 close friends decided to suit up in holiday costumes and go bar hopping. More than a decade and a half later, the “Running of the Santas” event has grown across the world with more than 20 host cities from Pennsylvania to the shores of New Zealand. “Running of the Santas” is a production of the Scat Back Foundation Inc.