Fancy doing a fun run at night?
It might sound scary or even dangerous but you needn't worry because you and the course will be lit up in an array of luminous colours.
Glow In The Park is billed as "the ultimate night-time neon 5km fun run event for families and friends."
The run is coming to a number of locations starting with a venue here in the Midlands and then others in Peterborough, Bath, Kent, Longleat, London, Manchester and Exeter.
So what's it all about? Here's all you need to know.
Where and when will Glow In The Dark be held?
It will take place at Stoneleigh Park near Kenilworth, just over half an hour from Birmingham, and has partnered with Birmingham Children's Hospital Charity.
You are invited to join "an epic voyage through six glow zones" at the event on April 7, 2018.
A DJ and disco lights will be on the start line to build the buzz and get the party started at 8pm. The run itself starts at 8.30pm.
So what happens?
Glow in the Park is organised by Cornwall-based Votwo Events Limited, which said: "The perfect combination of work-out and night out, Glow In The Park is the ultimate night-time neon 5km fun event for families and friends.
"Electrifying light shows and energising beats will carry you around the dark course as you Get Your Glow On in the Foam Zone, powder up in the UV Paint Blast Zone and get grooving in the Time Tunnel.
"Open to all abilities and age groups - whether you dance, walk, jog or run, Glow in the Park is your time to shine in a friendly and fun environment.
"So whether you are an individual, family, group or team, everyone is welcome to sign up and Get Your Glow On!"
Participants will complete two laps of a 2.5km course, passing through a series of Glow Zones along the way.
These include Time Tunnel (with spiralling lights), Foam Zone (which shoots plumes of foam over runners), Paint Blast Zone (with a barrage of wet UV paint - don't wear any running kit of value and wash your clothes immediately after the event, but there is a short cut around this area if you don’t want to be spattered with paint), Hot Zone (blasts of smoke and flames) and Retro Zone (with laser shows, old school disco lighting, music and special effects).
What about safety?
Worried about running in the dark? The course has flashing marker lights and arrows, marshals and medics. But you will pass through areas of the course that are dark.
You must wear a working headtorch. Most areas of the course are on level ground but some areas could be uneven.
How to enter the event
You can enter with a Super Saver Early Bird Offer until March 1 priced at £23.20 for individuals and £21.50 for a group (four or more).
Early Bird Offer from March 2 to 24 costs £25.50 for individuals or £23.50 for groups.
From March 25 to April 7, entry will be at full price, costing £31 for an individual and £29 for a group.
Get your tickets at the Glow In The Park booking page
A Glow in the Park bib number, headband and UV face paint will be sent to you in the post after you register to take part.
All you have to do on the night is head to the starting area.
Make sure you are wearing your bib number as this is your ticket and is filled out on the back with your information.
You can also buy tickets at the information desk on the night.
All participants must be aged at least six by the first day of the event. Children aged 16 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
Organisers say children under the age of seven should not be taken through the paint zone.
Because of all the flashing lights, this event is not suitable for epilepsy suffers.
What facilities are at the venue?
There will be catering vendors selling hot drinks and food, toilets at the start/finish area, a free water station on the course, medics at the start/finish area and halfway point and stalls selling merchandise.
Spectators are allowed on site from the main entrance and must remain behind the crowd barriers.
What about parking?
An on-site car park will be open from 7pm with a charge of £4 per car and £7 per bus. Have the exact change ready and follow the directions of the car parking officials. Wear your headtorch while on foot in the car park as some areas are unlit.
The car park is off the B4115. The entrance is between the road leading to Stoneleigh Village and the Stoneleigh Abbey entrance.