The Rock ‘n’ Roll Nashville Marathon, originally scheduled for April 24-25, has been postponed until later this fall due to concerns around the pandemic.
A statement from organizers states the Rock ‘n’ Roll Nashville “cannot take place as originally scheduled on April 24-25 in the interest of both our participants and host community’s health and well-being. While this is a disappointing way to start the year, officials from Rock ‘n’ Roll and the City of Nashville feel confident the event will be better positioned for a strong return in the fall of 2021.”
Based on Rock ‘n’ Roll Nashville utilizing Nissan Stadium as a key venue for the event, the new fall 2021 race date is dependent on the Tennessee Titans home schedule and will be confirmed after the NFL schedule is available. The event team will continue to work to develop operational plans in a manner consistent with local community objectives and within the guidelines set by public health entities relating to COVID-19. The Rock ‘n’ Roll Safe Return to Running guidelines will be updated as policies are refined and registered participants will receive an email with more information.
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