Save your Legs for the Rock ‘N’ Roll Marathon!

On Your Mark

Runners participating in any of the four Las Vegas Rock ‘N’ Roll Marathon races can save their legs for the race and ride the Monorail! The Las Vegas Boulevard may look like a sprint, but you’ll be covering some serious distance on race weekend. Consider this your official guide on getting to and from your race, making the most of the weekend, and saving your legs for the race!


Get Set

The Las Vegas Rock ‘N’ Roll Marathon is the only way to run the Strip at night! Runners must visit the Health and Fitness Expo at the Las Vegas Convention Center on Thursday, Friday, or Saturday to pick up their own bib number, t-shirt and gear check bag. Ride the Monorail from any of the other six stations to the Convention Center to make the trip fast and hassle-free! The Expo is also free and open to the public.

The Las Vegas Monorail is offering exclusive discounts for runners, family and friends until November 4th. Save 25% off Unlimited Ride Passes! Race days are full of excitement, purchase your Monorail tickets in advance to make the most of your Marathon weekend!

Buy Discounted Passes!


Check out the map above for a handy guide to the stations located nearest start lines, exits and the Expo.

5k: Saturday, 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM

10K: Sunday, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Marathon & 1/2 Marathon: Sunday, 4:30 PM – 10:00 PM

Run Thru Weddings: Sunday, 5:45 PM – 6:00 PM

Once you have your Monorail tickets, it’s time to enjoy the party!

Snoop Dogg will “Drop It Like It’s Hot” as the headliner at the the pre-race festival this year. The party starts at 3pm on Sunday at the Las Vegas Village, easily accessible from the SLS Las Vegas Station and conveniently located near the 5 and 10k starts.

Not running this year? Las Vegas Blvd. closures are set to begin at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 13, and end at 10:30 p.m. The Monorail is the best way to travel the Strip on race day. Don’t get caught in traffic and detours, the monorail can get you to your destination in minutes!

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