About the Event
Bluedoo is a festival-style celebration of prostate cancer survivorship – with great food, drink, music, a two-mile walk/run and MORE. It’s also a fundraiser – the ONLY prostate cancer event of its kind in our area – benefiting Dr. Oliver Sartor’s Prostate Cancer Research Program at Tulane Cancer Center.
Proceeds from donations, sponsorships, raffles and festival passes benefit prostate cancer research. Proceeds from walk/run registrations partially benefit prostate cancer research.
Get Your Blue On and Join Us…
- Saturday, September 21, 2019
- Registration opens – 4:00 p.m.
- Starting gun – 5:00 p.m.
- Check-In: Walk/run participants can begin checking in or registering at the event venue beginning at 4:00 p.m. on race day; the race begins at 5:00 p.m.
Tulane University Uptown Campus
6823 St. Charles Ave. New Orleans, LA 70118
Gibson Quad (behind Gibson Hall – the middle building on the horseshoe drive off of St. Charles Avenue facing Audubon Park)
The campus is open to public parking that afternoon. Please park anywhere except “Reserved All Hours” or handicapped parking spots. The meters do not need to be fed. There are several parking spots in Tulane’s Diboll Parking Garage, located on Ben Weiner Drive, between Willow St. and Claiborne. The Diboll Garage is building #103 on the Tulane University Campus Map accessible by clicking the button above.
NOLA Bluedoo features two-mile competitive walk/run, held in conjunction with the New Orleans Track Club (NOTC), which takes walkers and runners on a tour across Tulane University’s beautiful Uptown campus. NOLA Bluedoo is part of the NOTC’s 2019 Grand Prix Race Circuit. The walk/run course begins and ends in Tulane’s academic quad (behind Gibson Hall near St. Charles Avenue). Please check back later for the official course map.
Those who pre-register to walk or run are guaranteed to receive a race t-shirt. T-shirts will be provided to all other walk/run participants on a first come first served basis.
Please check back often for details!
Please check our website often as the event date nears for updated menus!
Participants are encouraged to costume for this event, especially in blue – the color of prostate cancer awareness.