The dancer is a woman who has short baby blue hair, a blue jacket, a black top with blue stripes and black sleeves, blue/yellow pants, a cyan glove, and blue/yellow high-top sneakers.
The background is a dark purple room with shooting star animations, flashing lights, a spot light, and fireworks. A blue circle, and streaming neon lines with a lens flare, and a circle are in front of the dancer.
There are 2 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Move 1: Point your finger to the right. Gold Move 2: Spin your arms around with your left arm in a clockwise motion, and your right arm in a counterclockwise motion.
Gold Move 1
Gold Move 1 in-game
Gold Move 2
Gold Move 2 in-game
Appearances in Playlists
Run the Night is featured in the following playlists:
Just Dance Now
All Songs K-R
Run the Night is the first song by Gigi Rowe in the series.
Run the Night’s appearance in the series was first teased by Rowe herself on Twitter. 
Run the Night was first heard in the Making Of A Dancer video posted by Just Dance’s official YouTube account.
Gigi Rowe was involved with the behind the scenes of this routine.
As seen in the concept art, the coach was originally going to have a ponytail.
On the World Dance Floor, the avatar for this song appears with red hair and a pink jacket (which is inspired by an earlier version of the coach) when the feature is loading and when there is a Boss.
Run the Night, along with Te Dominar, were missing in the 舞力全开2017 songlist during the original release of the game.
On June 8, 2017, both songs were added in a patch update.
An early version of the routine is included in the Just Dance Unlimited servers. It features a different color scheme with pink hair, a purple jacket, black bra and sleeves, and darker pants, and the background is black most of the time.
Along with them, there are also unedited menu assets.
There are two pictos named after the Pokémon Magikarp. These are respectively named "magikarp_ar" and "magikarp2_ar."