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Registration opens for Bears 5K race

With a finish line located inside Soldier Field, the PNC Chicago Bears 5K will give participants the unique experience of running on Chicago's iconic lakefront path and then onto Soldier Field through the tunnels, like Bears players do on game day.

The finish line for the race, which will begin at 8 a.m. Saturday, June 25, will be broadcast on the video boards inside the stadium, allowing race participants to capture a special memory when completing the race.


The PNC Chicago Bears 5K will begin at 8 a.m. Saturday, June 25.

Registration for the event is now open on and includes entry into the PNC Chicago Bears 5K, a Nike Dri-FIT shirt, a custom-designed championship finisher medal and a Bears-branded race bib. Fans, friends and family of all ages are invited to cheer on participants from inside Soldier Field.

Following the race, runners and fans can gather in the Stadium Green area just outside Soldier Field for a tailgate-style party. Each registered participant (21 and over) can enjoy a Miller Lite while experiencing a gameday-like atmosphere with entertainment from the Bears Drumline, Staley Da Bear, the Monster Squad brought to you by Dunkin' Donuts and much more.

The post-race festivities, which are free and open to the public, will include live music, opportunities to win Bears tickets and merchandise, alumni autographs, giveaways, games and sponsor displays. Food, beverages and Bears Pro Shop merchandise will be available for purchase.

First half registration (April 15 – May 19) is $45 person and second half registration (May 20 –June 9) is $50 per person. After that time, registration is $55 per person (June 10 – June 21).

The PNC Chicago Bears 5K is a Run Mfg signature event brought to you by Dr Pepper Snapple Group and Miller Lite.

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