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Travis Barker’s Run Travis Run Kicks Off In LA Tomorrow

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Now that the Fourth of July has wrapped, it’s time to run full speed into the summer with the debut Run Travis Run event from founder and blink-182 drummer Travis Barker. Kicking off the inaugural event in Los Angeles, CA, on Saturday, July 6, your favorite alternative radio network, idobi Radio, will be broadcasting live from the 5K run. Representing idobi Radio will be our very own Jess Bowen and Bowie Jane of Babes Behind The Beats. Additionally, Fish of Gone Fishkin will be DJing the event to hype up the runners and crowd.

“idobi Radio is very excited to be a part of the inaugural Run Travis Run event in Los Angeles and playing a part in the New York one as well,” Fish shares. “Travis Barker has always been at the forefront of our scene, and seeing him doing this amazing charity event in Los Angeles and New York is super inspiring. Not only is the charitable aspect incredible but inspiring people to live a healthier lifestyle is truly amazing. It will be an honor to be at The Forum as a part of this alongside Travis.”

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Registration for the event is scheduled to open at 7 AM. The race is then scheduled to kick off at 9 AM. Following the conclusion of the race, the Wellness Experience is slated to last until 12 PM. Get ready to Run Travis Run!

You can find additional information on the upcoming Run Travis Run events at runtravisrun.com. To register for the Los Angeles, CA, event, visit here. To register for the Queens, NY, event, visit here.

Run Travis Run Events:

  • July 6—Los Angeles, CA @ Kia Forum
  • July 21—Queens, NY @ Citi Field
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