If you find running without music to be an arduous task, you’re not alone.

But why contend with an earpiece when you can have music blasting all along your running route?

Happening on 21 April 2018, The Music Run is back again!

Image Credit: The Music Run Facebook

That’s not all, this will be the first year that The Music Run will include timed runs.

The Ultimate Running Event

There are 3 different categories in The Music Run that participants can choose from, with 2 timed courses and 1 for the casual runners.

The 5K Fun Run is best suited for those who prefer to run at their own pace and soak in the electric atmosphere of The Music Run.

If you’re looking for a bit of a challenge, go for the 5K or 10K courses. But with music blasting from speakers every metres to keep you going and the adrenaline pumping, you’ll finish the course before you know it!

So ditch those headphones and let the music fuel your beat!

Of course, that’s not all that The Music Run has to offer. After the run, head to the Main Stage where there will be a music festival for all participants to party through the night!

Last year’s Main Stage featured DJ Sam Withers and Nathan Hartono, rocking the crowd with their music.

Image Credit: The Music Run Facebook
Image Credit: The Music Run
Image Credit: The Music Run

Finally, what’s a run without the race pack? This year’s race pack includes The Music Run race t-shirt, a drawstring bag, stickers and temporary tattoos.

Image Credit: The Music Run

Whether you’re a first-timer, a casual runner, a fitness or competitive runner, The Music Run has something for everyone.

Ticket prices are $65, $70 and $75 for the 5K Fun Run, 5K Timed Run and 10K Timed Run respectively. Children under 5 years of age get to run for free!

Hurry and purchase your tickets from Hapz here!

The Music Run
Venue: Sentosa Island
Date: 21 Apr 2018
Price: $65 – $75*
Website

*Discounted prices available only on Hapz.

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