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Seventy-Five Couples Say ‘I Do’ at Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon at Monte Carlo Resort and Casino in Las Vegas

Seventy-Five Couples Say 'I Do' at Rock 'n' Roll Marathon at Monte Carlo Resort and Casino in Las Vegas
Las Vegas’ Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon
was filled with festivities today as Monte Carlo Resort and Casino’s BLVD Plaza hosted the event’s annual Run-Thru Wedding, along with a post-race Recovery Zone (Pictured: A bride races to the alter – Photo credit: Monte Carlo Resort and Casino)

A couple embraces at Rock 'n' Roll Marathon Run-Thru Wedding
A couple embraces at Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Run-Thru Wedding

Photo credit: Monte Carlo Resort and Casino.

Seventy-five couples exchanged “I do’s” at the Run-Thru Wedding – comprised of both passionate newlyweds and romantic vow renewals – including, for the first time in Las Vegas’ Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon history, same-sex couples. Brides and grooms from around the world, including the UK, Canada, Germany and Brazil, gathered to exchange nuptials at BLVD Plaza on The Strip. Following their declaration of love, the couples were sent off to finish the race by Monte Carlo’s resident Blue Man Group in their quirky comedic style, complete with streamers.

Family and friends celebrate at Run-Thru Wedding at Monte Carlo Resort and Casino
Family and friends celebrate at Run-Thru Wedding at Monte Carlo Resort and Casino

Photo credit: Monte Carlo Resort and Casino.

Following the 2014 Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon in Las Vegas, Monte Carlo hosted a Recovery Zone, where runners were invited to enjoy complimentary massages at Massage Central; refuel at the Electrolyte Lounge; and recharge at Monte Carlo’s food and beverage venues with two-for-one specials at Double Barrel Roadhouse, 800 Degrees Neapolitan Pizzeria, Yusho Japanese Grill & Noodle House, BLVD Creamery, Diablo’s Cantina and Sambalatte. Additionally, a DJ played music for guests to enjoy and celebrate overlooking the iconic Las Vegas Strip.