runDisney Springtime Surprise Weekend 2023 Will Be Pixar Themed

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Disney is utilizing their Pixar characters at resort rethemes and with films like ‘Lightyear’ and even an upcoming “Cars 4” film. Now Pixar fans have something more to be excited about. They are the focus of the second 2023 runDisney Springtime Surprise Weekend!

The event is scheduled April 13-16, 2023.

Here are the upcoming events:

Disney Pixar Cars 5k – $103.40

Disney Pixar Monsters 10K- $146.04

Disney Pixar Toy Story 10 Miler – $207.87

The Springtime Surprise Challenge – $479.70

Springtime Surprise Yoga – $109

Virtual Races will also be available

Disney Pixar Cars 5k – $79.95

Disney Pixar Monsters 10K – $94.87

Disney Pixar Toy Story 10 Miler – $115.13

The Springtime Surprise Challenge – $325.13

If you are interested in participating the registration dates are:

Club runDisney Gold & Platinum Registration: 

  • August 16, 2022 at 10:00 AM Eastern Time

runDisney Springtime Surprise Weekend at Walt Disney World Resort

  • General Registration | August 23, 2022 at 10 a.m. ET

Virtual runDisney Springtime Surprise Weekend

  • General Registration | August 26, 2022 at 10 a.m. ET

The featured charity for this event is Make-A-Wish® Central & Northern Florida

“runDisney is pleased to make a donation to Make-A-Wish® Central & Northern Florida in honor of runDisney Springtime Surprise Weekend. Your registration and participation this weekend will not affect the amount donated by runDisney to Make-A-Wish® Central & Northern Florida. Event volunteers serve as part of the Volunteer Ambassador Team supporting Make-A-Wish® Central & Northern Florida’s presence at runDisney Springtime Surprise Weekend at Walt Disney World Resort.”

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Source: Disney Parks Blog


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