Get your tutus and super hero outfits ready to hit the streets of Downtown Los Angeles for the World’s Largest Halloween Half Marathon! We not only bring you live music on the course ... we take you past some of the best music hot spots in LA!
Originally built in 1931 by the city's oldest architecture firm, the Wiltern was originally designed as a vaudeville theater and has been saved from being demolished on two separate occasions. It's now
The course runs through Koreatown, one of the most diverse neighborhoods in Los Angeles, encompassing roughly 3 square miles and known for having one of the largest concentrations of nightclubs and 24-hour businesses and restaurants in the country.
The GRAMMY Museum is an interactive, educational museum devoted to the history and winners of the GRAMMY Awards that explores and celebrates the enduring legacies of all music types.
The Original Pantry Café
This iconic 24-hour restaurant, which opened in 1924, has a historic wall of fame with LA celebrities and icons and has NEVER closed except once in 2004 for a remodel. And waiting in line is part of the experience.
This nearly 16-mile stretch from Downtown Los Angeles to Ocean Avenue in Santa Monica is a kaleidoscope of California culture.
This "sports and entertainment center of the world" is home to the Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Kings, Los Angeles Clippers, and Los Angeles Sparks.
One of the premier entertainment venues in Los Angeles, hosting nearly 120 concerts and events per year.
- Scenic Course
- Live, Local Bands on Course
- Spirited Cheer Squads on Course
- Technical Participant T-Shirt
- Exclusive Finisher Medal
- Gear Bag
- Plentiful Course Support
- A Beer at the Finish Line Festival
- Admission to the Finish Line Festival and Post-Race Concert
- Admission to the Two-Day Health and Fitness Expo