Raleigh, N.C. — The Rock 'n' Roll Marathon and Half-Marathon set for April 13 in Raleigh is officially sold out.
The race made the announcement via their website and Facebook page on Monday.
About 12,500 runners, many from outside the Triangle, are expected to compete in this race, which sets itself apart from other races with its concert-like atmosphere.
The marathon is presented by WRAL and the race's official charity partner The V Foundation. Runners already registered for the marathon can sign up to join Team V. In addition to being fully reimbursed the race entry fee, you can also raise money toward cancer research and enjoy some VIP perks.
And if you didn't get a spot in this year's race, don't despair. There are limited entries available through The V Foundation.
This race is being held in Raleigh the next two years as well.
Not a runner? There are ways to enjoy the race without running it. Besides the music along the route, there will be a festival at the finish line and concerts downtown. You can also check out the event's two-day Health and Fitness Expo at the Raleigh Convention Center.
The race is also looking for volunteers. You can sign up to help on the race website.