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Red Nose Run 2023

Event Archive, 2023

Red Nose Run 2023

There are many ways to complete a Red Nose Run: running like hell; relaxed, laughing, joking; relaxed at walking pace; with walking sticks; using a wheelchair; pushing your little kid in the stroller. Everything’s possible. The most important thing is being in a good mood. And maybe even extravagantly disguised. The Red Noses Runs exist since 2009, and all participants contribute with their starting donation to enable the Red Noses to make clown visits to hospitals, social institutions and nursing homes.

Along the Prater Hauptallee

The big highlight of the Red Nose running series will take place again this year in the Wiener Prater: On  📅  Sun, September 10th, 2023 the 🤡 Red Nose Clowns invite you to the 🔴 Red Nose Run on the 🌳 Prater Hauptallee.

The running course on the Prater Hauptallee is either 1.9 or 3.8 kilometers long. How you cover the distance is entirely up to you – anything is possible at the Red Nose Run. Of course, a side program for children is organised and the Red Nose Clowns will also be there – they will provide entertainment on and off the track.

Hard Facts + Registration

You can participate alone, with friends, with your family, or with your company. You can register online for the Red Nose Run in advance. If you want to keep it spontaneous, you can also register on the day of the run and run along.

Red Nose Run aka Rote Nasen Lauf 🔴🤡🌳

Date: Sun, September 10th, 2023
Time: 9:00-15:00, run starts at 9:30
Location: Prater Hauptallee, near Meiereistraße
Registration costs (donation):
Kids + teens (6-17 years): 9,00€
Adults: 23,00€
Families: 45,00€

Red Nose Clown Doctors

The Red Noses have been around since 1994. At that time, they set themselves the goal of giving joy and laughter to those who need it most and visited sick children in hospital for the first time. Nowadays, the specially trained performing artists no longer only visit the very young, but also adults and seniors. They go to medical facilities, nursing homes, special education centers and social institutions, as well as initial reception centers and refugee shelters. With laughter, songs, magic tricks, improvisation, and sensitive attention, the Red Nose Clowns gift moments of happiness and a little lightness to people in difficult situations.


We’re looking forward to seeing you at the run!

Photo credits: Jürgen Hammerschmid, Rote Nasen, Hannes Hochmuth