With 26 bands at this year's Ukrop's Monument 10K, the music is sure to take your mind off that nagging knee, or maybe just ease your fans' boredom by mile 6.2. Representing one of the nation's best 10Ks, participation this year's event broke records, and was capped at 30,000. The big race starts Saturday at 8:30 a.m. and the First Market Mile Kid's Run kicks off at 8 a.m.
Glenroy & Company 10k start on Broad Street, near Harrison St.
Gathered by Grace Ukrop's store 500 W. Broad St. (parking lot)
Secret Sound Machine Broad St. at the Lombardy St. turn
Sloth Loves Chuck JEB Stuart Monument - Stuart Circle/Lombardy St. & Monument Avenue
Richmond Rock Exchange Robert E. Lee Monument/Monument & Boulevard
The Millicents Monument & N. Allison St.
Larry Rosen Experiment Jefferson Davis Monument/ Monument Ave. & Davis Ave.
Sugardaddy2dollarblues Mathew Fontaine Maury Monument/ Monument Ave. & N. Belmont
Ledfoot Monument & Tilden St.
Faith Covenant Drum Line Arthur Ashe Jr. Monument / Monument Ave. & Roseneath Rd.
The Illbillys Monument & Hamilton St.
Grendel Monument & Malvern Ave.
Andiband Monument & Shenandoah St.
Look to the Sky Monument & West Moreland St.
3rd Wave Monument & Chantilly
Buck Monument & N. Thompson St.
Yokefellows Monument & Roseneath Rd.
John Ivins Worship Band Monument & Boulevard
Catalytic Converter W. Franklin St. & Birch St.
Aparallax W. Franklin St. & Ryland St.
The Socials W. Franklin St. & Harrison St.
The Moogly Blues Band W. Franklin & Shafer St.
Plunky & Oneness Monroe Park, Main Stage, 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
Glenroy Monroe Park, Main Stage, 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Palominos Monroe Park, Second Stage, 8:30 - 10:30 a.m.
Blackbird Pond Monroe Park, Second, 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
If you're already scheming how to park as close to the finish line as possible, forget it. Broad Street between Belvidere and Lombardy along with Franklin and Monument will be closed to cars on race morning, so pull out your bike and beat the traffic the old fashion way. But if you're bent on driving, park east of Belvidere for best availability, either on the streets or in one of the lots.
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