Join us in influencing healthy changes through community as we promote Good Health, Safety, & Family Fun at LUTZapalooza 2021. This all-day event, held at Markham Park on 2.20.21, will feature: Live To Ride “Cycling for a Cause” 4 waves of competition through Markham Park’s famous Mountain Bike Trails, CHAMPION OF THE COUNTY “Police vs. Fire vs. Veteran Spartan Games” (civilians can compete too), All-Day Music Festival, Fitness & Health Sessions, Family Fun, Food, Raffles & Giveaways. Lots of wellness-related vendors including Acupuncture | Wim Hoff Method | Massage | Chiropractic | Raw food & Juice | Service Dogs | & More!
JOIN US IN INFLUENCING HEALTHY CHANGES SATURDAY FEBRUARY 20, 2021!
This festival is OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. LUTZapalooza Community Festival will include:
LIVE TO RIDE
“Cycling for a Cause”
4 waves of competition through Markham Park’s famous Mountain Bike Trails.
- Novice & Children
- Adaptive Honor Ride
“Champion of the County”
Strengthening our communities literally! Police vs. Fire vs. Veteran Spartan Games! Civilians can compete too in a series of fitness style spartan games that will test your strength, stamina, speed, and agility, battling it out for the title of Champion of the County!
LIVE TO TELL
“Music & Wellness Festival”
All-Day Live Music & free mini health & wellness sessions will be held throughout the day such as Yoga, Transformational Breath, & Ice Baths. In addition to health-themed vendors & a Family Fun area. Vendors will include:
- Wim Hoff Method
- Chiropractic Care
- Raw Food & Juice
- Service Dogs
- Raffles & Giveaways
- International Food Court
- And More!
Registration and Vendor Applications opening soon. SIGN-UP with the form to the left to receive updates.
The LCpl Janos V Lutz Live To Tell Foundation is a 501(3)c non-profit organization. We are also run by volunteers (100% salary free) so every cent raised goes directly towards service & programs for Military & 1st Responders. Thank you for joining us in being part of the solution that is saving lives and making positive changes in our Great County.