Run to the Beat

The Event

Sure Run to the Beat, London’s only Music 10K, is like no other running event! Bringing you a challenging route with live DJ’s, big beats and one epic event after party!

The 2015 event will take place on 13th September and will once again see 12,500 runners make their way around Wembley Park with our incredible headline acts welcoming you across the finish line!

As well as the unbelievable music your entry includes a free Brooks technical running top - helping you turn heads whilst you train.

So, what are you waiting for – Click here to sign up for London’s Music 10K!

The 2015 Route

Music stages Water stations Powerade Stations Toilets

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Music - Previous DJs

  • Sigma (2014)

    The British drum and bass duo's single "Nobody to Love" topped the UK Singles Chart. Their follow-up single with Paloma Faith ‘Changing’ will be released on September 14th.

  • Nick Grimshaw (2014)

    An English television and radio presenter and the current host of The Radio 1 Breakfast Show, Nick cut his teeth in national broadcasting at Channel 4 and worked alongside the likes of Annie Mac.

  • Tom Parker (2014)

    As one part of The Wanted, one of Britain’s biggest boy bands with two number one singles and top three album, Tom has found success in the UK, United States and Canada and is now pursuing his love of DJing.

  • Nihal (2014)

    The best of Asian & Desi beats from radio & TV presenter, promoter and DJ, broadcasting on BBC Radio 1, BBC Asian Network & BBC Radio 5 Live.Nihal was also a cultural ambassador for the successful London 2012 Olympic Bid.

Check out the full line up

Getting There

Wembley Park, home to the legendary Wembley Stadium and arena, that now offers great food, great shopping and great events, is closer than you think. Wembley Park is only two stops from Baker Street (Metropolitan Line) and nine minutes from London Marylebone (Chiltern Line). National Express, our Official Travel Provider have dedicated event services from across the UK.

TUBE & TRAIN

Wembley Park Station, 8 minute walk (Jubilee and Metropolitan Lines)
Wembley Central Station, 20 minute walk (Bakerloo Line and London Overground Lines)
Wembley Stadium Station, 7 minute walk (Chiltern Railways)
 
For London tube, road, bus and other services, please visit Transport for London. Find train times and fares at National Rail Enquiries or call 0871 200 4950.

BUS

Many roads in the Wembley, Brent area will be closed to traffic. Many buses will be diverted, stop short of their normal destination or will not run.


CAR

We encourage all runners to travel via public transport, as many of the local roads will be closed to traffic before and after the race.

Those driving must remember to plan your journey taking into account the road closures. .

See below for parking details.

PARKING

Parking is available on a first come first served basis in the Red Car Park, HA9 0RX, accessible down Royal Route off the A479, Empire Way.
 
Prices are as below:

UP TO 2 HOURS £3.00
UP TO 4 HOURS   £5.50
UP TO 6 HOURS   £8.00
UP TO 8 HOURS        £20.00
UP TO 12 HOURS £25.00
UP TO 24 HOURS      £35.00
LOST TICKETS        £35.00

*Price can differ on a stadium or arena event day.
 
Free Parking is available when spending a minimum of £30 in the London Designer Outlet. Have your ticket validated in the Red Car Park or in Guest Services prior to paying at pay on foot machines!

Accommodation

The Hilton Wembley is perfectly located just 200m from the start line and rates include complimentary access to the LivingWell Gym with state-of-the-Art PRECOR gym equipment, swimming pool, sauna and steam room.

Click here to book!