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Rock 'n' Roll Marathon


Runners hit the ground shortly after 7am on Nov 14, taking off from Start Line Village (S Alamo and E Market). As they wend their way past the Alamo, San Pedro Park, Southtown, the Missions, HemisFair, and over the Cherry St finish line behind the Alamodome plenty of musicians will help the marathoners and their fans keep the beat.

Opening night concert
Rick Springfield
8:30pm Friday, Nov 12
Lila Cockrell Theater
200 E Market St
(210) 207-8500

Finish line festival
Ryan Star, 4FTJ, Awards Ceremony
9am-1:45pm Sunday, Nov 14
Alamodome Parking Lot C
Cherry St behind Alamodome

Highlights along the course

Montana & Adams Freeway: Hilda Lamas and the Hilda Lamas Band

Cherry & Houston: Enzu

Alamo & 10th: Valeria Gonzales

Alamo Plaza: Network Young Artists

St. Mary’s & 9th: Louder Than Words

McCullough Park: Exit 314

San Pedro & Myrtle: Crossfire

N Main & Euclid: 2 Grand Back

St. Mary’s & Durango: Omega

St. Mary’s & Johnson: Bob Bass Band

St. Mary’s & Alamo: Eternal Flame

Mission Rd & Lone Star: Hodge Podge Blues Band

Mission Rd & Palo Blanco: Last of Our Kind

Mission Rd & Sayers: Vinyl 45s

Mission Rd & Southcross: Slick Dickens

Mission Rd: When Words Attack

8500 Mission Rd: Sax on da Beach

Mission Rd near Espada Dam: I Ching Gatos

Padre Drive & Napier: Jonathan Garcia Band

Steves & Mission Rd: D.C. Bloom

S Presa St: Melissa Ludwig Band

Durango & Indianola: Peacefield

Adams Freeway & Durango: The Lavens

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