Headliner Act at the Toyota Rock 'n' Roll Concert Series

The Revivalists

This year’s Toyota Rock ‘n’ Roll Concert Series Headliner is The Revivalists, a New Orleans-based septet whose game-changing hit “Wish I Knew You,” from their third album, Men Amongst Mountains, broke the Billboard chart record for most single-week spins ever at Alternative radio and spent nine weeks in the Billboard Hot 100.

Plus, the band’s bassist, George Gekas, is running the half marathon to highlight Shatterproof, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to ending the devastation addiction causes families.

Register now, and don’t miss joining us for our best year yet, as we bring you more music and entertainment, more runner support and more ways to celebrate!

Schedule

2018 Schedule Coming Soon!

Entertainment on the Course

Music every mile makes up the heart and “sole” of this event. Live San Diego bands will be performing a variety of music from alternative to classic rock, punk, funk and blues to jazz it up. The bands will keep the course pulsating as runners rock their way from start to finish!

Be a Band on Course

Is your band ready to rock for thousands of athletes and spectators? We will be recruiting the best local bands from all genres to take the stage along the course. Apply today!

Click Here For 2018 Application

Spirit on the Course

Attention Cheer Teams and Dance Squads: We need you in 2018! High school and middle school cheer and dance teams are invited to compete in the Spirit on the Course competition. Cheer teams will line the course ready to encourage participants every step of the way. Costumes and themes are optional, smiles and enthusiasm are required. Join the Spirit on the Course Competition Today for the chance to win up to $1,000 for your team! For more information email:  rnrcheersd@gmail.com.

 

Thanks to all of the awesome 2017 cheer teams whose spirit ROCKED participants to the finish line, and congrats to the winners of this year’s cheer competition!

1st Place: Rancho Bernardo High School
2nd Place: Del Norte High School
Tie for 3rd Place: Chula Vista High School
Tie for 3rd Place: West Hills High School