Sunday, April 27, 2014
Soldier Field
1410 Museum Campus Dr.
Chicago, IL

Event site opens 7:00 a.m.
Program starts 8:30* a.m.
Run starts 9:00* a.m.
Walk immediately follows


BT5K Event Parking

Parking for the Chicago BT5K will be available in the
Solider Field - Waldron Garage @ 458 E. 18th Street, Chicago, IL
There will be a flat fee of $20 per car.  Carpooling is encouraged.

*Times subject to change

Packet Pick-Up for BT5K Runner & Walkers*
Saturday, April 26, 2014 | 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Fleet Feet Old Town - 1620 N. Wells, Chicago

*This event is optional, as packets will be available at the main event as well, but attending will allow you to have your Bibs (for runners only) and your event shirts prior to the event.


NEW BT5K Individual Fundraising Rewards Program

Check our NEW 2014 BT5K Individual Fundraising Rewards Program. Interested in receiving rewards to show our appreciation for your fundraising efforts? Click here to learn about these exciting new incentives. 

The deadline for fundraising rewards is May 27, 2014. 


Join us on Sunday, April 27, 2014 for a day of celebration and commitment at Soldier Field. Breakthrough for Brain Tumors 5K Run & Walk will raise critical funds to support vital brain tumor research and desperately needed services for those living with a brain tumor diagnosis. Whether you’re a runner or a walker, this event is your opportunity to breakthrough for brain tumors while having a great time in a spectacular setting.

There are 700,000 reasons to participate.
Right now, nearly 700,000 people are living with a brain tumor diagnosis—and each day, another 500 people are diagnosed. The American Brain Tumor Association understands how each of these diagnoses can turn worlds upside down. And that is why the Breakthrough for Brain Tumors 5K Run & Walk is so important.

The American Brain Tumor Association funds vital brain tumor research while providing patients, family members and caregivers with comfort, guidance and answers. Read more about the ABTA.

Whether you're running or walking, the Breakthrough for Brain Tumors 5K Run & Walk is a "breakthrough" event that will help the ABTA to improve, extend and ultimately save lives.

The Chicago BT5K is a 3.1-mile USATF certified course.