WIN a mini-break with the Rock ‘N’ Roll Dublin Half Marathon - Women's Running

WIN a mini-break with the Rock ‘N’ Roll Dublin Half Marathon

Author: Women's Running Magazine

Read Time:   |  June 29, 2015

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2015 sees Rock ‘n’ Roll Dublin Half Marathon return for its third consecutive year on Sunday 2nd August. However, this year it is bigger and better with a Family Fun Run, and plans for the ultimate Rock ‘n’ Roll weekend.

To celebrate the event, the Rock ‘n’ Roll Dublin Half Marathon is giving one lucky reader the chance to win a weekend for two in Dublin including return flights and accommodation*.

The weekend starts with a 2-day Health & Fitness EXPO in the RDS. This is where you can pick up your race number, sample products and talk to the experts.

The Rock ‘n’ Roll Dublin Half Marathon has altered its route for 2015. Runners will take in famous landmarks such as Ha’penny Bridge, Christchurch and Guinness Brewery. More than 30 live bands at 12 entertainment stage will also line the race route before concluding with a Finish Line Festival, headliner concert and a family fun run in Phoenix Park! The family fun run is a shorter distance but the same amount of fun, you will also receive an awesome finisher’s medal!

Rock ‘n’ Roll have also teamed up with some of the best music venues across the city, from Whelans to The Church, set to bring you the ultimate Rock ‘n’ Roll Festival Weekend. This is also alongside the famous Dame District Rock ‘n’ Roll Conference, giving everyone a taste of the Rock ‘n’ Roll lifestyle! This is a free public event celebrating everything from the 50’s and 60’s with music, autos, hair styles, fashion and much more.

Click here for your chance to WIN this fantastic prize

Sign up today at www.rocknrolldublin.com, follow on Facebook RnRDublin, Twitter @RnRDublinHalf.

*Prize includes flights and accommodation for two. Race entry not included. Competition closes 6th July 2015.

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