Kings Island Color Me Pink for Komen of Greater Cincinnati - Tucson News Now

Kings Island wants to color you pink this Saturday

MASON, OH (FOX19) -

Don't miss your chance to participate in the PINKEST event in the tri-state--COLOR ME PINK!

Color Me Pink is a 5k event on Saturday, April 27th at Kings Island. No other event can compare to the Pink explosion you will experience! After you have been amply colored on the 3.1 mile course, you get to fill your day with fun, frills, and thrills at Kings Island's Opening Day!

Color Me Pink is not a marathon or a contest... you don't even have to be a runner to participate! Color Me Pink is all about having a crazy, fun, Pink-splashed day with family and friends! Having the time at Color Me Pink will not only provide you with memories for a lifetime, but will make an impact and help save lives in the fight against breast cancer!

The COLOR ME PINK course offers a unique, and behind-the-scenes, view of many of Kings Island's most popular attractions. You get to have an incredibly fun day with family and friends, make memories, help save lives, get a peek behind-the-scenes of Kings Island, and get VERY PINK!!!

Registration is $54.99 per adult, which includes Opening Day admission to Kings Island. Participants between the ages of 3-10 are $24.99. Registration for Kings Island Season Passholders is $34.99 for adults and $4.99 for kids 3-10.

$34.99 for Color Me Pink registration ONLY! This registration type does not include Kings Island admission.

Be sure to join FOX19 the 19th of each month when we think pink!

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