How Do I register for Carrera del Los Muertos?
You can register online at ACTIVE.COM!
Click Here for Los Angeles
Click Here for San Diego
PACKET PICK UP
Los Angeles –
Where: Olvera Street 845 N Alameda St, Los Angeles, CA 90012
When: Saturday, October 21, 11:00am – 3:00pm
Parking: There are public parking lots around Olvera Street, as well as street parking. Mind those parking signs!!
San Diego –
Where: Road Runner Sports – 5553 Copley Dr, San Diego, CA 92111
When: Saturday, october 28 from 12:30 – 4:00pm
What do I need to bring with me to pick up my race packet?
For Packet Pick Up, you must present the confirmation email and one form of acceptable photo ID. Your confirmation email is sent to you when you register. You can also log into: https://myevents.active.com/login.jsf to reprint your confirmation information.
If you are picking up a packet for a friend or family member, be sure to have a photo of their ID on your phone or a hard copy along with their confirmation email. Their online registration waiver must also be signed!
When will my Virtual Run packet be mailed?
If you signed up for the virtual run, your package will be mailed at the end of October. Please allow 5-10 business days for it to arrive at your home.
THE RACE & COURSE
Can I transfer my registration to another event or person?
You can transfer your race registration to another event (Virtual or to another city), category, or person for a $5.00 fee until October 17th. After the 17th, the fee increases to $15.00 until October 24th. No changes can be made to your registration after October 24th. Click here to update your registration status.
Can I still purchase merchandise after I registered?
You may purchase race merchandise until October 28th. Click here to add merchandise to your order.
Can I walk or do I have to run the entire distance?
You can walk, run, moon walk or skip. Just come out and have some fun with us!
Can I run even though I chose not to purchase a timing chip?
Yes, you can run without a timing chip. The timing chip basically gives you an official time and also allows you to race against other age group participants.
What if I want to get a timing chip?
If you didn’t purchase the timing chip there will be limited quantity of timing chips available to purchase race morning. Please allow time to pick up your bib and purchase the chip.
Are there age/division awards?
YES! The top 3 in each age division will receive awards. In order to qualify for the age group division awards you must purchase a timing chip.
Are strollers allowed on the course?
YES! Carrera de los Muertos and Dia de los Muertos is all about family.
Are dogs allowed on the course?
NO! While we love pets, we ask everyone to leave their animal family members at home.
Are there restrooms at the event?
YES! There are plenty of restrooms located at the start and finish areas at each event.
Is there a place to put my belongings while I race?
YES! There is a dedicated ‘bag-drop area’, but it is not supervised and we do not recommend leaving valuables in this area.
Can I ride my scooter, skateboard or bike?
NO. For safety reasons, please keep these items off the course.
Can I volunteer?
YES! Please contact us at 310.821.7898 or send an email to [email protected]!
What if I registered and have suddenly changed my mind or I’m unable to attend the race, can I get a refund?
Unfortunately, a Carrera de los Muertos race entry is non-refundable and there are no refunds for canceled entries. We do not authorize refunds at any time, NO EXCEPTIONS.
If you are unable to attend the event and/or do not show up for the event, your entry spot and race items will be released and sold to event day registrants. Included registration items such as medals, t-shirts, and hats will not be mailed to participants who do not participate in the event they signed up for.
Race Conduct – We will not tolerate any inappropriate behavior to any of our volunteers or staff. If you have a complaint please direct these to Brennan Lindner at [email protected] Failure to follow this guideline will result in disqualification from the event and possibly being banned from future events. Seriously. We’re all out here for some fun, so let’s have some!
Natural Disaster Policy – If an Act of God/Terrorism/Community Disaster occurs, what happens?
1. We make decisions based on safety first.
2. The municipality will also make a decision.
3. Race courses and race date will be altered as seen fit by race management and City departments.
4. Athletes in a postponed race will be transferred to the rescheduled date at no charge.
5. Generic Events cannot accept the risk of a disaster for everyone. Each athlete needs to accept the risk of his or her entry fee. There will be NO REFUNDS. The money you paid is spent developing that race.
Why? We do not save any money if the race is postponed or you choose not run. We have paid for every supply and service needed for that race. We pay for all race supplies or services associated with that race, regardless of the outcome. These include paying for permits, our staff, offices, administration costs all year. It’s not ideal, and nobody likes wasting money, but we unfortunately cannot predict what will happen on race day.