The South Bay coastline sets the stage for the LA Kings 5K/10K in Redondo Beach, the kick-off event for the 2019-20 LA Kings season.
Run, glide, skip or skate your way through downtown shops and restaurants, past beach homes and the sparkling ocean water to the start of training camp. LA Kings players, Bailey, Ice Crew and more will be there…not to mention the event's esteemed host, Daryl Evans!
Entry fees include a ticket to a 2019-20 LA Kings regular season home game, plus a race t-shirt and participant medal!
|1st Period Registration |
|2nd Period Registration |
6/2 - 8/15
|3rd Period Registration |
8/16 - Race Day
|Military, Student, Child||$35||$40||$45|
|*Season Ticket Member||$25||$30||$35|
|Military, Student, Child||$45||$50||$55|
|*Season Ticket Member||$35||$40||$45|
With proof of your LA Kings Season Ticket account number, members can opt out of receiving a regular season ticket with their 5K or 10K registration.
Please plan on arriving 60-90 minutes prior to your race's scheduled start time to give yourself plenty of time to park, get your LA Kings 5K/10K race swag, check-in if needed, and to get situated.
Start Time: 8:00am (both 5K and 10K)
Details to be confirmed shortly.
A $250 cash prize will be awarded the overall top male and female 1st place finishers, $150 to the 2nd place male and female finisher and $75 to the 3rd place male and female finishers.
All 5K and 10K participants will receive a race t-shirt and finishers medal.
There is limited parking available on residential streets as well as paid parking lots. Please arrive early and bring cash!
NO BAG CHECK
Please note that there is NO bag check. So leave your valuables in the car or take what you want with you!
Starts 1 hour before the race. There will be music, refreshments, vendors, giveaways and more!
There will be a water station on the course and at the finish line.
Please note we do not offer refunds. If you are unable to join us, you may transfer your registration
For additional information, please contact:
Kings Care Programs
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Last year, Americans threw away almost 9 million tons of glass. That could fill enough trucks to stretch from NYC to LA (and back)!