Run to the Beat

The Event

Sure Run to the Beat is London’s most unique music running event and this year we’re hosting an epic 10k at Wembley Park.

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.

Live DJ’s will be pumping out motivational tunes all around the route, leading you to the finish where our headline act will be waiting for you to join the party. 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 at Wembley Park, home to the legendary Wembley Stadium and arena, that now offers great food, great shopping and great events.

Enter Now for £36.50. As well as the unbelievable music talent on offer, as part of your entry you will also receive a free running shirt.

The Route

Music stages Water stations Powerade Stations Toilets

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Music - Previous DJs

  • Jessie J

    Jessie J was born and raised in London where she studied at the BRIT School before bursting on to the scene as a singer and song writer. The 2013 headline act showed the crowds why she has sold over 11 million singles and 2.5 million albums, worldwide.

  • DJ Fresh

    DJ Fresh, aka Dan Stein, is leading the new wave of British dance artists who are spearheading 'generation bass'. He's had No. 1 singles, sold out UK tours and sold millions in the past couple of years. Fresh is at the vanguard of the biggest youth music explosion in two decades.

  • Tinie Tempah

    Hailing from Nigeria, Tinie is a British rapper with African roots. He released his first mixtape in 2007; hi first album, Disc-Overy, debuted at number one in the UK in October 2010 and was preceded by two British number one singles.

  • Calvin Harris

    Scottish singer-songwriter, record producer and DJ, Calvin's released his gold-selling debut album, I Created Disco, in 2007. It contained the top 10 singles "Acceptable in the 80s" an "The Girls". More recently he has produced floor filling tracks such as "We Found Love", "I Need Your Love" and "Under Control".

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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. We will upload the bus diversion map when it becomes available.

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. Road closure details and maps will be available to view closer to the race date.

PARKING

We are working with Wembley Park to provide a special event parking rate in select car parks available for purchase in advance to our competitors. More details to follow.

Frequently Asked Questions

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