Run to the Beat

The Event



Sure Run to the Beat is like no other running event! Our 10K route brings you a challenging run combined with an electric atmosphere and one epic after party with Marvin Humes, Jameela Jamil & Danny Howard. So really, what's stopping you? 

All runners receive:
  • Incredible sets from some of the world's best DJs
  • Awesome 10K running route around Wembley Park
  • Brooks technical running top to wear before, during & after the event
  • Downloadable Deezer play lists & free 30 day premium trial
  • Finisher's medal & Festival Finish Party invite

The 2015 Route

Music stages Water stations Powerade Stations Toilets

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Music - The DJs

  • Marvin Humes

    The former JLS band member has come a long way since his X-Factor days, transforming in to one of the UK’s most in demand DJs. Marvin can usually be heard on Capital FM prime time slots.
    When not behind the decks, Marvin is a presenter on BBC One’s The Voice, putting him as a main stay on the BBC Saturday night line-up & when he has some free time you can see him performing in Las Vegas & Miami to Dubai and Ibiza. He truly has become a world class DJ.

  • Danny Howard

    With 1.8 million people now tuning in to his Dance Anthems show on BBC Radio 1 every weekend, this man is DJ Royalty – just take a look at where he plays: Global Gathering; Gatecrasher; Ministry of Sound; Pacha NYC; Creamfields; the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas; Spinnin’ and Perfecto parties in Miami – not to mention a weekly residency at Pacha in Ibiza and regular spots on the line ups of Amnesia, Privilege, Sankeys and Space. We are honoured to have him at Sure Run to the Beat.

  • Jameela Jamil

    Not only was Jameela Jamil the first ever female host of Radio 1's The Official Chart Show; she has also hosted a whole range of programs such as Koko Pop, Playing It Straight and the Radio 1 Request Show on Sunday Evenings. With her own clothing range and monthly column in Company Magazine, as well as being the face of Maybelline and features in American and UK Vogue, In Style and Esquire – this girl really is unstoppable.

  • Jay London

    From interviewing A-listers, presenting, producing, and editing his own documentaries, and even broadcasting to millions Nationwide via Capital Xtra, Jay is a multi-talented individual passionate about a diverse range of subjects.

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.


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.


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.


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 is limited! To guarantee and reserve your space please click here.

Other options are also available on a first come first served basis in the Red Car Park, HA9 0RX, accessible down Royal Route off the A479, Empire Way. 

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!