Wembley is fast becoming the destination to host running events, with Colour Run and Electric Run both debuting in the heart of Brent. Well, the beat just keeps on going; Run to the Beat has announced it will be relocating from Greenwich to Wembley Park.
The relationship between the original host borough Greenwich and the half-marathon operator seems to have skipped a beat. The 10k beat fest will be ‘hello-ing’ Wembley Park this September.
With Wembley’s music legacy it comes as no surprise for a music themed running event to find the location appealing.
The event combines music with sport and uses scientific research to show that music can improve your running performance.
Run to the Beat is London’s biggest and most unique music running event and this year we’re hosting an epic 10k in Wembley.
After six years hosting London’s music half marathon and helping 96,000 runners to achieve their goal, we want to give 10k runners the chance to experience the unique music filled run.
With live DJ’s pumping out motivational tunes all around the route and a festival atmosphere with headline act to welcome runners across the finish line, the atmosphere on the day will be like nothing you have ever experienced at a running event before.
Taking place on the 14th September 2014, 15,000 runners will make their way around a brand new 10k course starting and finishing in the iconic venue of Wembley, one of Britain’s most iconic sporting venues.
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