Live bands, cheer squads and other supporters will line the streets in downtown St. Pete to cheer on thousands of walkers and runners in the Rock N' Roll Half Marathon on Sunday, Feb. 10. The event will feature a half marathon on Sunday, a new mini-marathon (5) and Health & Fitness Expo Friday and Saturday at Tropicana Field at 1 Tropicana Drive.
About the Health & Fitness Expo:
Everyone is invited to the free Health and Fitness Expo at Tropicana Field Friday from 12 - 6 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Participants can pick up race packets and buy race day parking passes at the expo. Expo parking is available at Tropicana Field, with primary access from Third Ave. S. and 10th St. and will cost $15 per vehicle per day.
According to the Rock N' Roll Half Marathon's website, people can still register at the expo.
Race Day info:
Participants and spectators planning to park at Tropicana Field on race day are encouraged to purchase parking in advance at the expo. Those with prepaid
parking may access lots at Tropicana Field prior to 6:45 a.m. on Sunday.
Those without pre-paid Tropicana parking may park on-site, if space is available,
for $15 cash (does not include shuttle ride from finish line) or in the
BayWalk garage, located at 117 Second St. N., for $5.
Late arrivals should also park in the BayWalk garage.
At the finish, both runners and spectators will be shuttled back to Tropicana Field and their vehicles (included with prepaid parking or a $5 wristband sold separately, purchased in advance).
Parking and shuttle tickets will be sold during the Expo while supplies last.
Shuttle tickets will be sold in North Shore Park for $5 cash on Sunday.
Everyone is encouraged to plan their trip to arrive prior to Sunday's road
Celebrate at the Finish Line:
A free finish line festival from 7:30 a.m. to noon and headlined by
singer-songwriter Sean Kingston will entertain crowds in North Shore Park as
they await runners at the finish line.
For more information check out the Rock N' Roll Half Marathon Series website.
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