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Lululemon is throwing a huge party for marathon runners in Bryant Park

The fitness fashion brand is setting up a post-race relaxation oasis with free massages, Prosecco, set-your-feet-free Havianas, and more.
(Photo: Facebook/Lululemon)

If you’re running the New York City Marathon on November 2 and would rather not crowd into a Central Park-adjacent pub after you cross the finish line, there’s a new party happening this year in Bryant Park—and Lululemon’s throwing it.

It seems the yoga pant purveyor of recent translucent troubles is hitting its stride in the city again with new store openings in Soho, happening soon, and this first-ever “Run Relax Rejuvenate” post-marathon party.

The bash includes Haviana flip-flops, so runners can literally kick off their shoes, wash stations (to minimize rank factor and breakouts), free massages, stretching stations led by Mile High Run Club, healthy food and drinks, celebratory beer and Prosecco, and phone charging stations.

Plus, there are party features like live DJ May Kwok and a photo booth for you and your medal (and live coverage of the race). Lulu reps say they want it to feel like a post-race oasis of general relaxation for runners, friends, and family.

To attend, runners have to RSVP by October 25 (hurry!) for a two-hour time slot. After which we suggest taking a really long nap. —Lisa Elaine Held

For more information and to RSVP, visit