The 24 Hours of Booty in 2021. What You Need to Know About the QC’s Favorite Fundraiser

This year, 24 Hours of Booty celebrates their 20th Year of riding the booty loop in Myers Park to raise funds for partners Atrium Health’s Levine Cancer Institute, Levine Children’s Hospital, and other organizations committed to providing supportive oncology resources to our local cancer community.

24 Hours of Booty, taking place both in-person on the Myers Park Booty Look and “UnLooped”, on July 30th – 31st from 7:00 pm – 7:00 pm.

What started 20 years ago with one man and a bike is now, 20 years and $24 million later, changing the course of cancer and revolutionizing access to essential supportive oncology resources in Charlotte and beyond.

Looped AND Unlooped this year

The ‘Looped’ event will take place on the ‘Booty Loop’ in Charlotte’s Myers Park neighborhood from 7 p.m. Friday, July 30 – 7 p.m. Saturday, July 31. It will include all of your favorite 24 Hours of Booty experiences including a closed loop, meals, snacks, expo area, music, camping and more. There will also be ‘UnLooped’ activities (see below) for those not able to travel to the event or who prefer a virtual option. 

The registration fee for in-person ‘Looped’ riders and walkers ages 12 and up is $75 and for child riders (ages 8-11) and walkers (ages 4-11) is $50. ‘UnLooped’ registration fees are $45 for adults and $25 for kids 11 and under. Fundraising minimums will be the same as previous years. 

UNLOOPED (info here)

24 Foundation will be hosting a multitude of fun and engaging experiences off the Loop for our ‘UnLooped’ participants to:

– Participate in the 24 Hours of Booty scavenger hunt
– Visit partner restaurants for a sweet treat or a cold beverage
– Explore our ‘mission trail’ map of fun places to visit on bike or on foot
– Visit the 24 Foundation Pop-Up store for Booty swag
– Get your face painted at our Kid Zone Pop-Up station
– Plus many more options for adults and children alike

The leaderboard already shows over $700,000 pledged with a goal of reaching $1.6 million this year.

Honor and remember your loved ones with Hendrick Porsche’s Honor Pace Car. This year, make a donation here to have their named placed on the car for the opening lap!

#SPONSORED. ARTICLES ON SCOOP ARE SPONSORED BY THE BUSINESSES MENTIONED AND/OR OUR ADVERTISERS. FOR MORE INFO ON OUR POLICIES CLICK HERE.

scoop gets around
What's a Girl Need to Know this week? scoop gets around town to shop, scope, scoop up the news. This blog was written by one of our savvy local writers with you in mind.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

LATEST FROM ORTHOCAROLINA