Get ready to join the country’s first run and rock concert for a cause – The ROCK and RUN!—with the country’s hottest bands powering you through the race route, among them The Dawn, Kjwan, Taken By Cars, Brigada, Techyromantics, Coffee Break Island and many more.
Experience the excitement of a rock concert with the challenge of a run in one event. Organized by the Junior Chamber International – Manila for the benefit of the children’s music NGO Republikha, Inc. Presented by Canon, The ROCK and RUN will happen at 5 pm on June 19th, Saturday, at Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.
More than 4,000 able-bodied runners are expected to rock and roll thru the 3-KM, 5-KM, and 10-KM events in this unique night run. Proceeds of the event will be for the benefit of the Republikha Inc, an NGO dedicated to producing educational children’s music, and the community development projects of JCI Manila. Veteran race organizer Rudy Biscocho will be the overall the race director.
The ROCK and RUN is presented by JCI Manila and Canon and powered by the following sponsors: Brooks, Red Bull, Crocs, Pocari Sweat, Gold’s Gym, RUNNR, Toby’s Sports, Bonifacio Global City, Polar Heart Rate Monitor, 2XU, JB Music, BB Tape, Hanabishi, Flying V, with special Media Partners MYX, MAGIC 89.9, Jam 88.3 and 103.5 Max FM, The Bull Runner and The Philippine Star.
Winners in each category will get cash prizes. There will also be a special “Best Rock Costume” category, with the winner getting P20,000 worth of prizes.
Registration is ongoing at RUNNR Bonifacio High Street and select Toby’s Sports outlets (Megamall, The Block, Trinoma, Alabang Town Center, Glorietta 4 & Mall of Asia). Fees are pegged at P450 (3k), P500 (5k) and P550 (10k) which includes race bib, route map, and a dri-fit Rock and Run singlet. Limited slots available! First 1,000 registrants get exclusive 10% discount coupons from Toby’s, RUNNR and Crocs.
So get your shoes ready and prepare for this landmark running event that is guaranteed to ROCK!
For more details, log on to www.rockandrun.com.ph or call (632) 496-5726.