For those who love to run to the beat, it doesn't get any better than that.
Rock 'n' Roll BrooklynOct. 14, 2017 — Brooklyn, N.Y. 1 of 7
With a rich music history, it's a given that Brooklyn would have some of the best on-course tunes of the Rock 'n' Roll series. With live music every miles of the course, Brooklyn bands will entertain you through 13.1 miles with everything from alternative and rock to funk and blues. We guarantee you won't get bored while on this course. And, as an incentive to get through the miles, stick around after all is said and done for a post-race concert featuring New York's own Here We Go Magic.
Rock 'n' Roll St. LouisOct. 14-15, 2017 — St. Louis, Mo. 2 of 7
Start and finish your chosen distance with stunning views of the famous Gateway Arch in the seventh annual Rock 'n' Roll St. Louis. But that's not the only perk of this race. Come for the views but stay for the tunes as live music will fill your ears every mile of the course. Known for its style of blues music, St. Louis will not disappoint. And if that's not enough to convince you, rock band Fastball will highlight the Finish Line Festival.
The Manheim Rock-N-Glow 5KJune 2, 2018 — Manheim, Pa. 3 of 7
This fourth annual event takes place at night, so make sure to grab your neon and glow items and get ready to party.
Arrive early to enjoy live musical performances and pre-race fuel from local restaurants. The course, which starts at Historic Market Square in downtown Manheim, will feature live music and light shows, so you'll be entertained the whole way.
The party doesn't stop after the race, either—stick around for more live performances, food and dancing.
High Desert Music Mud & Crazy Obstacles 5KJuly 21, 2018 — Victorville, Calif. 4 of 7
Get ready to tackle the 30-plus obstacles that fill this 5K race, from muddy pits to slippery hills to ice baths. Keep the dirt out of your ears, though—you don't want to miss the three bands and four DJs lining the course.
Registration includes a race T-shirt, a finisher's medal and even a victory beer for those of age.
Meet Me in the Dark 5K and Music FestivalAug., 2018 — Miami, Fla. 5 of 7
This exciting new event begins at Florida International University, where the North Miami Athletic Stadium will be turned into an all-out glow festival for music-lovers and runners alike.
You'll find music all along the 5K course, but the real party comes after the race, where popular DJs and one major headliner (still to be announced) will throw an epic dance party.
Registration fees include your race entry, glow gear, a T-shirt, a finisher's medal and access to the post-race party.
Martini Madness 5K Party RunVarious Dates — Texas 6 of 7
This 5K course is jam-packed with entertainment and can feature anything from live mariachi bands and DJs to hula dancers and contortionists.
What will be at this year's race? You'll have to register to find out, since race organizers keep a tight lid on race-day surprises.
After the party, pick up your flight of three cocktails at the mini martini bar, sponsored by Deep Eddy Vodka. There will also be a DJ and dance party, as well as contests for best costume and best dance skills.